163 days ago

Father’s Day - Raffle

Issa from Regalo by KIM

Today is the last day so you have to be in it to win it! We will post the winner tomorrow. Keep tagging!

Happy August!

It’s raffle time!

We have a customized hamper up for grabs in preparation for Father’s Day coming up on Sunday 6th September.

All you have to do is
1. Follow us on Instagram @regalobykim
2. Like this post on Instagram - www.instagram.com...
3. Tag a friend - the more you tag, the more entries you get

1. Like our Facebook page @regalobykim
2. Like this post on Facebook - www.facebook.com...
3. Tag a friend - the more you tag, the more entries you get

Winner will be announced on Sunday 16th August.

(Competition open to NZ Residents only)


#RegaloByKIM #regalo #gift #gifthamper


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