Wednesday, October 8, 2014

{Country Living Fair Ticket Giveaway}

Today's post is sponsored by Explore Gwinnett, the official tourism office for Gwinnett County, GA. 
Hey, y'all!  I am so excited about today's post.  I have been a subscriber to Country Living Magazine for years now, and every year I see advertisements for the Country Living Fair in Georgia, and every year I want to go SO BADLY!  This year, I'm FINALLY going!  And guess what?  Explore Gwinnett is giving away two weekend passes to the fair so that one lucky reader and a guest can go too.
Country Living's Fair page reads, "Join us at the Country Living Fair in Atlanta, Georgia, at Stone Mountain Park October 24-26, 2014, from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. daily. We promise great shopping, antique appraisals, seminars and demonstrations, delicious food, and a chance to meet our editors!"  
Tickets start at $13.  You can find more info about the fair {HERE}.  If you live out of town and plan on staying overnight, you can find info about local hotels {HERE}.  All this info is from the Explore Gwinnett website, which is full of things to see and do, hotels, and discount coupons for the Atlanta area.  Also, Explore Gwinnett will have a booth at the Country Living Fair this year, and the first 100 people to sign up for their e-newsletter each day of the event will receive a free jumbo shopping bag!  You can enter the giveaway, which is open from 12am October 8th through 12am October 15th, using Rafflecopter below.  
Whether you win the giveaway or not, I hope you get a chance to visit the fair.  I'm actually going to meet my blog friend Kirsten from Sweet Tea & Saving Grace for the very first time in real life the weekend of the fair, and I am stoked!  I'd love to meet you as well!


  1. Hi Bethany, you should plan to come to Austin either the first weekend of April or the first weekend of October and I'll take you to the Round Top antique and flea market. It HUGE and free (of course, you would need to stay at my house to cut travel cost ). Country Living used to write articles on the antique show several years ago which is how I learned about it. It is a ton of walking, but it is so much fun. I've been wanting to go back for some time now, so if you get a wild hair, can get away from teaching and want to come to Texas in April, let me know! Have fun at this fair.

  2. The Country Living Fair is amazing! I've been once in Texas. I know you will have a great time! Enjoy!


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