Coxs Honey Group Giveaway
Who doesn't love a giveaway? Who doesn't love honey? I for one LOVE honey. I have been around beekeeping my whole life and have just this year gotten back into it. Here is your chance to win some tasty clover honey from Cox's Honey. I am so glad to be able to be a part of this giveaway.
Honey is great for eating, but there are lots of uses for this golden nectar. I wish you luck.
Today we are hosting another Cox's Honey Group Giveaway so our readers will have a chance to win some raw, unfiltered, pure honey. Cox's honey is sponsoring this giveaway today and we want to thank them for giving us this opportunity. Coxs honey is raw and unfiltered honey. The company was started back in 1880 in Orderville, Utah by Delaun Mills Cox. Mr. Cox produced enough sweet honey for the entire city before moving the operations to Shelley, Idaho. Delaun kept his beehives going more like a hobby. But after World War I he began making more money as a hobbyist than his previous holdings. During the following years honey prices became depressed and in 1925 his son, Orville S. Cox took over his bee business. Orville made the bee business his tool of trade for his livelihood and raising his family. He produced, packaged and sold clover honey.
This Cox's Honey Giveaway is open to any resident who is 18 years of age or older who lives in one of the 48 US Contiguous States. This giveaway starts on Wednesday, Oct. 1st at 5:00 am (MDT) and ends on Monday, Oct. 6th at 5:00 pm (MDT). The winner will be notified by email and will have 24 hours to respond. If we do not hear back from said winner in the designated time period of 24 hours we will choose another winner and they will have 24 hours to respond from the time the notification email is sent. Please check your SPAM email folders. Good luck to everyone! Let's be prepared for the unexpected!
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