WhileTheMenWatch Partners with Carole Tanenbaum Vintage Collection for a $600 Necklace Giveaway
WhileTheMenWatch, the first sports talk show of its kind where girl talk is truly a sport, has partnered with the renowned Carole Tanenbaum Vintage Collection for an unprecedented giveaway. Starting on May 11, WhileTheMenWatch will launch the giveaway of the Eisenberg Necklace valued at $600 retail.
Eastern/National (PRUnderground) May 11th, 2011
WhileTheMenWatch, the first sports talk show of its kind where girl talk is truly a sport, has partnered with the renowned Carole Tanenbaum Vintage Collection (http://www.caroletanenbaum.com) for an unprecedented giveaway. Starting on May 9, WhileTheMenWatch will launch the giveaway of the Eisenberg Necklace valued at $600 retail.
Carole Tanenbaum’s collection has been worn by countless celebrities and among her more famous celebrity clients are Gwyneth Paltrow, First Lady Michelle Obama, Natalie Portman and Sarah Jessica Parker who owns over 400 of the one-of-a-kind masterpieces. One lucky person will win a breathtaking, abstract enamel pendant designed by Eisenberg, circa 1973.
Entries must be received by 12:00 a.m. EST on June 1, 2011. Winner will be announced between June 1 – June 17 during a WhileTheMenWatch broadcast. To enter you must tweet the phrase “Score with the girls @whilemenwatch”. If you aren’t on Twitter, then enter by subscribing to the WhileTheMenWatch blog or liking on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/WhileTheMenWatch. Entries must be received by 12:00am EST on June 1st 2011. Winner will be announced between June 1st –June17th 2011 during a WhileTheMenWatch broadcast. Stay tuned for updates. Visit WhileTheMenWatch.com for complete contest rules.
WhileTheMenWatch covers major sports games throughout the year, offering live, commentary and hysterical play by play– making watching sports for women everywhere not only tolerable, but utterly entertaining. During each webcast, they also engage their audience via social media and in their own WhileTheMenWatch chat room. Listeners are also given chances to win great prizes and this partnership with Carole Tanenbaum represents the biggest prize by far to date.
Billed as “Sex and The City Meets ESPN”, the show has become an overnight sensation and its first “official” broadcast during this year’s Superbowl attracted over 2000 listeners. Co-hosts Lena Sutherland and Julie Mancuso are both married to sports-addicted husbands and created the show to help women everywhere survive the sports season. For more information and broadcast schedule, please go to http://www.whilethemenwatch.com.