Weekend giveaway — Win a Kit-Cat clock!

Kit Kat ClockUpdate 2:30 p.m. Tuesday: We have a winner. Janet’s number came up — and she responded immediately. So she’s the winner of the cute Kit-Cat clock. Thanks for playing, everyone. More fun giveaways surely on their way soon!

Spring is springing — and to celebrate all the sunshine, lollipops, rainbows, and unicorns that come with this season of renewal, we’re doing a fun pop-up giveaway this weekend. You can win a classic piece of Americana — A Kit Cat clock — contributed by our friends at Kit-Cat Clocks, who have been making these clocks in the U.S. of A. since 1932. Continue on for the rules and the deadline…

How to enter to win a Kit Cat clock:

  1. To win, you must be a subscriber to our newsletter — enter here –> Sign up for newsletter (Yes, this is “what’s in it for the blog” – you can opt out at any time after the contest ends)
  2. To enter, use the Comment field on this post below and tell us… where you’d hang your Kit Cat clock… or why just looking at this invention just brings out a smile… or just say hey.
  3. One entry per person. Note: All comments are going into moderation and are being approved when we get to them.
  4. U.S. and Canada delivery addresses only.
  5. Entries close on Monday, March 23, around 10 a.m. Eastern— that is, I will lock down the Comments field at that time.
  6. Prize: A classic black Kit-Cat clock like the one shown here. It will be mailed to you by Kit-Cats.
  7. I will choose the winner via the Random Number Generator at random.org.  I will email that person. [Tip: Be sure you enter your email address correctly in the email field of the Comment form.] They will have 5 business days to respond. If I do not hear from them, I will choose the next person who commented. Lather, rinse, repeat. I will post the winner’s name as soon as all is confirmed.
  8. Terms of use apply.

Many thanks to Kit-Cat for contributing the prize for this giveaway — check out all their designs on their website here. 

Note: This is NOT a paid or sponsored post. Pam just got the itch for a happydoodle giveaway, reached out to Kit-Cat, and meow, here we are. Good luck to one and all!kit-cat

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Comments

  1. Haley says

    I’d hang this gorgeous thing in my office and I’d use it as my official time keeper when giving a free and confidential HIV test

  2. says

    I collect shafford black cats and think he would look great with them and my Mom gave me a red kit cat, one with eyelashes and pearls 10 years ago she needs a mate.

  3. says

    I would hang it in the kitchen. My grandma had one when I was a kid and I’ve alway loved the kitschy-ness of this classic.

  4. Melanie Monroe says

    I would hang this with my collection of clocks. It would make a nice addition.

  5. Jenn S. says

    OHHH! I’d hang this in the kitchen so I know when to stop drinking my coffee and get my butt out of the door 😉 Also, it might be a good first step in convincing my husband to let me embrace the retro-ness of our new house! 🙂

  6. Karen says

    My big sister had a Kit Kat Clock in her room when we were growing up. I thought it was the cooooooolest thing ever back then….and I still do! I would be tempted to hang it where its moving tail would torment my real live cats. 🙂

  7. Cheri says

    I’d love to wake up each morning to see Kit-Cat presiding over mid-renovation chaos of my 1950’s ranch!

  8. Mona Roberts says

    I would hang it in my kitchen. It’s completely decorated with black, white and red accents. Everything is 1940 – 1955. It would remind me of the one my grandmother had hanging in her kitchen when I was little. I grew up with them in 1957. Since I have a tuxedo cat that loves to watch things move, this would be a perfect accent to my 1950’s kitchen. Thanks for all the memories of my childhood!

    Mona

  9. Eileen says

    I’d hang this in my kitchen above the cat food bowls so my cats come to dinner on time for once! (Not early as usual!)

  10. says

    Definitely would put his clock in our retro kitchen in our 1960s brick colonial!! It would be a perfect fit!! Meow!