Military Spouse or Mother Pampering Giveaway {Closed}


Giving moms a chance to win a makeover is a super fun thing we do here on the blog. In honor of Veteran’s Day, we are doing a special pampering giveaway in honor of the many military spouses, mothers, and service members in Vermont!

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The BVTMB team holds military members and their spouses very close to their hearts. Tasha, BVTMB co-owner, is a military spouse herself. She knows first hand that when a member of the military serves, the entire family serves alongside them.

We can’t thank our Veterans enough and no words will ever express our gratitude.

We can however show how much we appreciate the sacrifice of being a military family can be! The following amazing businesses have pitched in to to give to one lucky military spouse, mother, or military member a pampering prize pack that will make you feel relaxed just reading about it!

We see you, mommas. We know your sacrifice and we say THANK YOU and RELAX ON US!

indigo salon

Enjoy a fresh new look just in time for the holidays! The team at Indigo Salon have generously offered a cut and color to be redeemed at your convenience.

mini spa vt

Get those fingers and toes sparking with a manicure and pedicure with the lovely staff at Mini Spa VT!

Skinny Pancake

Once you are gussied up, you’re gonna want to go out! Enjoy a meal out compliments of Skinny Pancake.

Body Soul Massage

Nothing says relax like a massage! Sherry from Body Soul Healing Center in Saint Albans will treat you to a full sixty minute massage.

It’s not nearly enough, but we hope this little bit of love shows our military members and their families how much we care!

How to enter: Enter by following the instructions in the Rafflecopter below. Giveaway ends Wednesday, November 15th at midnight. All prizes must be redeemed before December 31, 2015.

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  1. My husband served 4 years as a Recon Marine with two deployments. In Dec of 2009 he deployed for a year with the VT Army National Guard to Afghanistan as a Medic. Three months later I went to the hospital to give birth to our child, Five days later he was at the Hospital meeting his son for the first time. That was the best, worst year of my life. I form bonds with the greatest women that I have even meet, became a mom, and learn how great the sacrifices are for our men and women, and their families.

    I couldn’t be more proud of my husband and all the ones I have met on this great journey.

  2. My husband is in the Air National Guard but was active duty prior for 12 years. My Dad was in the Air Force. My brother is currently in the Alr Force.

  3. Nick began his journey with the Air Guard 2 and a half years ago. We are so proud of him – as a member of the CE team he is not only making sure that we are safe; but is also making sure that his 3 year old son’s future is secure. We love you babe! xo

  4. My husband has been in the Air Guard for 10 years and was deployed 3 years ago to Afghanistan. We recently welcomed our first son into the world. He is our hero!

  5. My fiancé is a United States Marine Corps. Vet and is currently serving in the Vermont Air National Gaurd. As a new mom of 2 I would die for a pamper day. I almost cried when I read the 60 minute massage!

  6. My husband is an active duty Soldier in the Army ( now full time in the guard). He served a 16 month tour in Iraq. He has been serving for 14 years! My three kids (and myself) are so proud of his dedication and commitment! Our military life has helped us learn that “family” extends into our community!

  7. My husband was in the Army for 5 years and is now active duty at the VT Air National Guard. He spent a year in South Korea while in the Army and did a tour in Afghanistan. I’m so proud of him and all our veterans!

  8. My husband has served in the military for 8 years with one tour in Afghanistan under his belt. He is now a recruiter working active duty!

  9. My husband of almost 7 years has been active duty Army, active national guard and is currently in the VT Army National Guard. At most, we have moved 5 times in 28 months and are PROUD to call VT our final HOME. We love VT and BVTMoms Blog for all of the suport you give to the community. Thank you!

  10. My husband is a solider in the US Army, He deployed to Afghanistan in 2010, soon after he re-enlisted after a 20 yr break in service. He is an amazing husband father and solider, very dedicated to his service. He continues his committed support to his country and his family! This is a wonder opportunity for any Military Spouse and very much appreciated! Thank You

  11. My husband, Misha was in the US Army until this past February when he was medically retired due to injures he received on his second deployment to Afghanistan. He served for 9 years. He now is in school working towards becoming a PA and is staying home with our children on his time off from school. He is a great dad and husband and we are lucky to have him!!

  12. Thank you! What a wonderful treat for military spouses. My husband was active duty for 14 months last year. It was difficult for our family especially with a 9 month old. I’m thankful every day for the support of our family. The Air National Guard is so supportive and a wonderful family.


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