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Win tickets to the Southern Women's Show!

Posted April 1, 2011
Updated April 4, 2011

The Southern Women's Show, that mega-event featuring fashion, food, gifts and much more, will take over part of the N.C. State Fairgrounds next Friday through Sunday and I have five pairs of tickets to give away!

These tickets come thanks to Your Baby Can, the early childhood development system that includes Your Baby Can Read!, Your Baby Can Learn! and Your Baby Can Speak! At the show next weekend, the company will be part of The Balance Your Life Tour, which was created by the producer of "The Balancing Act," a show on Lifetime Television. The tour includes a variety of speakers offering their advice on food, fashion, healthy, beauty and lifestyle. Among them is Karen Farmer for Your Baby Can, who will speak at 12:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 1 p.m. Sunday. Click here to learn more about the tour.

Of course, there's much more, including WRAL Smart Shopper Faye Prosser, who is getting ready for several presentations during the event on both the Celebrity Cooking stage and the I'm Loving It Stage. And even I will be there from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, hanging out with Faye right next to the WRAL-TV booth. So come see me!

So let's get to business. How can you enter to win one of these pairs of tickets? Two ways:

1. You'll be in the running to win one of four pairs if you like the new WRAL Go Ask Mom Facebook page between 2 p.m. April 1 and noon April 4. The winners will be picked randomly from all people who like the page during that time. Facebook winners will be announced on Go Ask Mom's Facebook page by 5 p.m. April 4.

2. And because I know lots of you have already liked our Facebook page (thank you!!), you can also be in the running to win a pair of tickets by answering this question in the comments by noon April 4. The winner will be picked at random from all entries and the user name will be posted here by 5 p.m. April 4. Here's the question: Do you consider yourself a Southern woman?

The winners must respond by noon April 5 or runner-ups will be selected. Good luck! 

Congratulations to yomamasenoj, who was the randomly picked winner among the entries here on Go Ask Mom. Check our Facebook page for the names of our Facebook winners.


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  • newssaavy72 Apr 4, 2011

    Yes! I was born and raised here with traditional values of hospitality,family, and being genuine. A lot of that is being lost with this fast-paced society that we live in today!

  • blhug Apr 4, 2011

    I have been a Southern woman for 67 years (bless my heart!)

  • josee Apr 4, 2011

    I am not a southern woman at all having just moved from Canada 3 years ago. I am enjoying learning about the southern traditions though. It's all still very new to me.

  • djjam30 Apr 4, 2011

    I consider myself a Southern Woman because I have that good ol' Southern charm and I like grits.

  • 2thebeach Apr 3, 2011

    I do consider myself a Southern woman and I embrace the subtleties and strengths required to be one.

  • heidione40 Apr 3, 2011

    I am a Southern woman through and through. I have a beautiful drawl to prove it!

  • tmorris331 Apr 3, 2011

    I am a Southern man! And I am married to a wonderful Southern woman!

  • uncpir8 Apr 3, 2011

    I am absolutely a Southern woman! Johnston County born and raised, now living in Wake County, but both the accent and the attitude are still there!

  • jnr10622 Apr 3, 2011

    Absolutely. I was born in the South, will only live in the South, and will die in the South.

  • North Raleigh Dad Apr 3, 2011

    No but my Wife and Daughter are. These two transplanted yankees have mastered everything southern from Fried Chicken and Sweet Tea to Nana Puddin. They are true Southern Bells!!