This week’s assignment from the League: Hake’s shopping spree

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Hake’s Americana and Collectibles is a good friend of the site and they recently launched their latest auction, which is filled with amazing pop culture collectibles. This week’s challenge for the League…

You have very deep pockets but your shelves are bare. Go on a shopping spree at Hake’s to make your place a little more awesome.

Hake’s has given us permission to reuse their photos and descriptions in our responses to this week’s League challenge, just be sure to link back to their auction. But wait, there’s more! Hake’s has also kindly offered up an awesome incentive for the League–a random blog entry will be selected to receive $100 credit to spend at Hake’s! How great is that?! Now lift your pencils, and begin!

REMEMBER!: The League is always open to new members! Got a blog? Write a post in response to the weekly challenge, and you’ll be included. It’s that easy!

league logoOnce you put up a post on your site add a comment below with the URL. Next Monday, I will put up a post here on Cool & Collected with a list of all the contributing blogs. Once that list is posted, if you haven’t already done so, try to incorporate at least three of your fellow League members’ links (but more would be great!) into the article you wrote on your site.

By cross-posting like this, we will help each other out by sending new readers to each other’s sites. Have fun!

(Wondering what the heck this is all about? We’re recruiting for this loose-knit, rag tag crew! Here are the details for contributing to The League.)

 

Comments

  1. Jon says

    Just for clarity’s sake, do we have to purchase items in order to post? Or can it be a virtual shopping spree, if you will?

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