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12-day contest for Legends Outlets Facebook fans

Updated: 2013-11-26T03:58:35Z

By JOYCE SMITH

The Kansas City Star

Legends Outlets Kansas City is bringing back its 12-Day Holiday Giveaway for the second year.

Its Facebook fans will be able to win more than $1,600 in gift cards to a selection of its more than 75 designer outlets and retail destinations.

It’s another way to draw in consumers in the ever-competitive holiday shopping season. It’s also a way for Legends Outlets to draw customers to its Facebook page, which now has more than 26,000 fans.

The contest will launch on Dec. 1 and run through Dec. 12. On Dec.12, the grand prize — a $500 Legends Outlets gift card — will be given away.

Legends Outlets Facebook fans can enter to win each daily prize once a day during the first 12 days of December by visiting the 12-Day Holiday Giveaway contest tab on www.facebook.com/LegendsOutlets.

Each contest will start at 9 a.m. and end 24 hours later at 9 a.m. the following day.

12-Day Holiday Giveaway Prize Schedule

Sunday, Dec. 1, $100 White House | Black Market Outlet gift card.

Monday, Dec. 2, $100 Oshkosh B’gosh gift card.

Tuesday, Dec.3, $100 Cole Haan gift card.

Wednesday, Dec. 4, $100 Clarks Bostonian Outlet gift card.

Thursday, Dec. 5, $100 Tommy Hilfiger gift card.

Friday, Dec. 6, $100 Yard House gift card.

Saturday, Dec. 7, $100 Polo Ralph Lauren Factory Store gift card.

Sunday, Dec. 8, $100 Brooks Brothers gift card.

Monday, Dec. 9, $100 Helzberg Diamonds Outlet gift card.

Tuesday, Dec. 10, $100 Gymboree Outlet gift card.

Wednesday, Dec. 11, $100 Christopher & Banks | CJ Banks Outlet gift card.

Thursday, Dec. 12, $500 Legends Outlets gift card.

To reach Joyce Smith, call 816-234-4692 or send email to jsmith@kcstar.com. Follow her on Facebook and Twitter at JoyceKC

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