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EXCLUSIVE GIVEAWAY: Get Your Geltfiend Chanukah Sweater This Holiday Season

Don’t miss out on the chance to win a holiday sweater that’s actually not ugly!

By: Ashley Baylen

Published: November 26th, 2012 in Culture » Society » News

EXCLUSIVE GIVEAWAY: Get Your Geltfiend Chanukah Sweater This Holiday Season

Everyone is familiar with the popular “ugly Christmas sweater”. Some people wear them with holiday pride not realizing how ridiculous they appear, while others adorn the garments ironically, with full knowledge of their ludicrousness.

But whether you’re part of the joke or not, these ugly sweaters are exclusive to Christmas… what about the other holidays at this time of year?

Let us introduce you to Geltfiend, the first line of Chanukah sweaters that are not only Jew-friendly, but surprisingly not ugly. Geltfiend Chanukah sweaters are available in five designs, featuring Hebrew characters, menorahs, dreidels, and a wonderfully adorable Orthodox snow family.

Are you wondering how you can get your mitts on a Geltfiend sweater for the holiday season? Well, you can visit geltfiend.com and purchase one, or you can enter Shalom Life’s Chanukah contest!

Here's how to enter:

Twitter: Tweet @ShalomLife telling us why you deserve one of these Chanukah sweaters over your fellow contestants. For an extra entry, include the hashtag #ChanukahSweaters.

Facebook: Tell us why you deserve one of these Chanukah sweaters over your fellow Jews in the comments section. For an extra entry, Like the giveaway.

Winners will be announced on December 3rd, 2012.

TWO winners will get to select from one of the following 5 designs! Good luck and happy holidays!

1. BOROUGH PARK

2. CROWN HEIGHTS

3. GELT DIGGER

4. SPINMASTER

5. SPINNER


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