I came across “Tell It On The Mountain” earlier this year on Facebook. I cannot remember who, but someone posted a picture of a box filled with what I thought were books at the time, and said that they were finally here. After a little Google-Fu, I realized that these were not books, but instead, they were movies. At that time, I believe that the movies were available for preorder, however, I did not preorder one at that time.
Surprisingly enough, I have been reading books on the PCT lately (as opposed to books on the AT). I started out with the book “Wild” by Cheryl Strayed, but to be honest, I never finished reading it. I then started reading a book my wife got me for Christmas: “A Blistered Kind of Love“ by Angela & Duffy Ballard, which IMO, was a great book. At the moment, I am about to finish up the book “The Last Englishman” by Keith Foskett (AKA: “Fozzie”) which also, IMO, has been a great book. (I am actually looking forward to his new book coming out…. “Balancing on Blue” which is a book on the AT!)
Anyway, this post is not necessarily about those books, but more so to tell you that I have been quite interested in reading about the PCT lately. So, a little while back, I found myself back at the Tell It On The Mountain website, and ordering Shaun’s new DVD of the same title. Then today, it showed up in my mailbox! But, the coolest part is that not just one copy showed up, but 2! As soon as I pulled them out of the shipping sleeve, I knew that I was going to have to give the 2nd copy away here on my blog… and that is what this post is all about!
Now, before I get to the details on how to win the 2nd copy, I have got to say, I have not yet seen this movie (although, I plan to do so soon!). However, after listening to the latest Trail Show podcast (Episode # 10) while driving to my last hike, they did review it on the show, and they had some really great things to say about it, so I feel pretty confident in this movie…
So, on with it…
If you would like to win this brand new, still in the shrink-wrap “Tell It On The Mountain DVD” then you have got to have a Facebook page. Sorry, but that is how this one is rolling. In order to win:
- Like the Tell It On The Mountain Facebook page.
- Like my blogs Facebook page.
- Then post here on this blog post “I wanna win it!”
# 3 is very important. Feel free to post comments on either the Tell It On The Mountain Facebook page, or my blog’s Facebook page, however, the only names going into the pot to win this movie will be the ones that are found in the comments section below this original post on my blog. (This will make it easier for me to keep up with everyone.)
UPDATE: Shaun has decided to up the ante! He has offered to throw in 2 digital downloads of the movie, plus extras! So, that now means that there will be a total of 3 winners!
Also, I am making this contest quick, so this Sunday (4/21) is the last day to enter. I will collect all the names (under this post only) at 5 pm (CST), drop them in a pot and let my beautiful daughter draw out a name on camera. The first name she draws out will win the DVD that was sent to me as an extra, the next 2 names that she draws from the pot will each win the digital downloads.
So, how about the fine print:
- The DVD will only be prized to those in the lower 48 (due to shipping cost), however, the digital download prizes are open to anyone, anywhere. If the first name drawn is out of the lower 48, then they will receive the digital download and the DVD will go to the second place and so on.
- The winner will have 24 hours to claim the prize. After that, we will redraw.
- I will ship the DVD via USPS standard mail as soon as I receive the winners shipping address.
As far as the DVD, I would like to say thanks to Shaun for surprising me and sending a 2nd DVD, I appreciate it. As well, thanks for up’ing the ante and throwing in the digital downloads too!
Thanks everyone and good luck!
Disclaimer: I purchased a single copy of the “Tell It On The Mountain” DVD with my own money. The 2nd copy was sent free (without my knowledge). I am not affiliated with anyone from the Tell It On The Mountain cast or crew and have no obligation to promote this DVD. I am simply passing on the kindness that was passed on to me.