Men’s Wearhouse $100 Gift Card Giveaway

It’s that time of year again, time to get out the fancy dresses, corsages, tuxedos, limos and all the other things that go along with prom time and making it a night that is unforgettable for years to come.  To help with the pocketbook expenses this year Men’s Wearhouse has offered one Jabbering Jessi reader a $100 gift card.

Not only are they giving one of my readers a gift card but Men’s Wearhouse is getting into the Prom spirit by offering teens a chance to text, tweet and talk their way to a free tux, $100 Visa Gift card, and even a Camaro Coupe when they participate in the Men’s Wearhouse Prom Rep campaign.

The program offers deep discounts and free tuxes to students who sign up to be a prom rep and recruit other students to rent their tuxes from Men’s Wearhouse. Reps who recruit ten friends to rent a tux from Men’s Wearhouse receive a free tux rental, and female prom reps who earn a free tux rental can give it to a friend or opt for a $100 Visa gift card.

Head to http://www.menswearhouse.com/prom for all the details and to check out the selection of tuxes.

~WIN IT~
As I said Men’s Wearhouse is giving one of my readers $100 gift card.

~TO ENTER~
Tell me your Favorite Prom Memory, if you did not attend prom then tell me your favorite Prom Movie Memory.

~BONUS ENTRIES~
Please make sure to leave seperate entries for each thing, if it says you get 5 entries please leave 5 comments.

  • Follow Jabbering Jessi using Google Friend {1 Entry}
  • Blog about this giveaway and link it back here to Jabbering Jessi and to Men’s Wearhouse {2 Entries}
  • Subscribe to Jabbering Jessi{ 1 Entry}
  • Grab my button and put it on your blog, leave me a link to where it is{1 Entry}
  • Grab my Mothers Day Event Button and put it on your blog, leave me a link to where it is {1 Entry}
  • Follow me on Twitter and Tweet this giveaway, you can tweet daily for 1 entry per day
    You can use the retweet button for easy tweeting

This giveaway is open US only.
Ends May 8, 2010 @ 11:59 PM EST
(Winners will have 24 hours to respond to my email before I choose a new winner)

Thank you to Men’s Wearhouse for this awesome giveaway.
The prize was provided by Men’s Wearhouse, but Men’s Wearhouse is not a sponsor or administrator of this giveaway.

I Disclose

Comments

  1. Laura E says:

    my favorite prom memory was when my best friend and I were getting ready and she dropped her earing down the sink. Then tried to get it with a spork. It was verry funny

  2. Laura E says:

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  3. Diane Baum says:

    My fave prom memory was a nightmare-being wthere with the wrong guy.

  4. Diane Baum says:

    Just signed up using my e-mail

  5. Diane Baum says:

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  6. Stephanie V. says:

    went to prom but not good. date ended up passing out and I left him to hang out with another guy and went home in the limo and left my date at the hotel. so best memory was probably going home!
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  7. Sarah Osborne says:

    Well, Prom is when I got my first kiss. He was a football player and I had the biggest crush on him. And I instantly fell out of love with him when he kissed me, haha 🙂

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    I tried to add your mom button…it didn’t work. I saw that you’re trying to work out the glitches though.

  15. Jaque says:

    I think my favorite Prom memory was of my mother and I going shopping for my dress, having lunch and laughing together.

    Thank you. 🙂

  16. Melanie says:

    My favorite memory was going shopping for my dress with my Mom, we had so much fun and we found the dress of my dreams!!!

  17. Melanie says:

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  18. Melanie says:

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  19. Peggy Gorman says:

    My favorite prom memory is from my daughter’s prom!! I loved getting her ready ,took pictures at the beauty salon ,to getting dressed and took plenty of pictures of the happy couple . I have her wedding shower today!! They are getting married!! (5 years later)
    Thanks
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    • Jessi says:

      That is amazing congratulations to them, I married my high school sweetheart as well and we are still together 11 years, 4 kids later (married for 7)

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  23. Kim says:

    I went with a waiter I worked with – he was hispanic and TORE UP the dance floor. He was also 30. 🙂

  24. Kim says:

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  26. david solomon says:

    great prize

  27. barb solomon says:

    super prize

  28. Amanda Starr says:

    It wasn’t actually wasn’t prom (didn’t go) but homecoming my boyfriend asked me to marry him that night on the middle of the dance floor when I was 15. Didn’t get married right than of course but will be celebrating 10 years of marriage this year 🙂

    • Jessi says:

      Awww that is sweet I love hearing stories like this.

      • Amanda Starr says:

        Hehe yay for all the high school sweethearts like us 😛 This has made me all nostalgic and remembering our first kiss on my 13th birthday so thanks for the giveaway and bringing back memories too!

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  32. polly k. says:

    my favorite memory was just the fun of trying on all the different dresses and then being able to pick my dream dress!
    polly
    pkeintz@gmail.com

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  35. carol says:

    I didn’t enjoy my prom, but my memory is I wore a red and white dress and my date wore a white tux with red and he looked like a human candy cane!

  36. carol says:

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  40. Laura says:

    I hated prom, actually. Which is quite odd. I had no terrible experiences, no embarrassments, nothing of the sort. It was just painfully boring and awkward in my opinion. BUT! My dress and date were smokin’, so I will say that’s my favorite memory 🙂

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  41. Laura says:

    I follow with GFC

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  42. Laura says:

    I’m an email subscriber

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  43. Trisha Lynn says:

    My favorite part of prom was before prom and the nervous feeling and the beautiful dress and watching myself in the mirror for like an hour!!! All of us met up at a friends house and we took like a million pictures and it was my first ride in a limo which was amazing the whole night was magical! Goodness I wish I could relive that night again!!

  44. Trisha Lynn says:

    I follow on google friend!

  45. Trisha Lynn says:

    I subscribe by email!

  46. Trisha Lynn says:

    I follow on twitter and tweeted!
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  47. Sarah Hirsch says:

    best prom movie moment – Pretty in Pink.

  48. Sarah Hirsch says:

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  49. clenna says:

    My favorite memory is that i broke up with my boyfriend a week before the Prom. So I went with a guy friend and had a great time. No pressure!

    clenna at aol dot com

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