Thursday, December 20, 2012

Tell us your idea of a romantic date in Andersonville and win a $50 gift certificate to Tulip!

UPDATE: Congratulations to Margaret Lind Davis for winning our drawing! Dinners, drinks, flowers, romantic walks - you all had some great ideas. Thanks for participating and supporting Andersonville!
Today's contest features Tulip, Andersonville's adult toy gallery, and brings out the romance in Andersonville! According to the website, "Through its boutique retail locations and MYTULIP.com (caution: probably not safe for work), Tulip aims to provide a comfortable, educational,  boutique environment for both men and women to purchase toys and erotica." As a women-owned business, their motto is, "We don't sell anything we wouldn't put into our bodies." You can find intimate apparel, 100% medically-safe toys, books, accessories, and more; as well as advice, information, and in-store "how to" workshops at their storefront at 1480 W. Berwyn.

So, on to the contest: What is your idea of a romantic date in Andersonville? Leave a comment with your answer and you will be entered to win!

How to enter:
  1. All entries must be posted by 10:00am CST on Friday, December 21.
  2. Required entry:  Leave a comment below answering the following question: What is your idea of a romantic date in Andersonville?
  3. Additional entry: “Like” Tulip on Facebook and leave a separate comment letting us know you did. 
  4. When you comment, you must use some sort of username that we can identify you with (first name, last initial; etc.). We can't pick you if you comment as "unknown!"
You could win...
  • a $50 gift certificate to Tulip Toy Gallery
Winning:
  • One winning entry will be chosen at random by the Andersonville Chamber of Commerce staff.
  • We will update this post with the winners. If you are chosen as a winner, you must contact us with a valid email address so that we can arrange to get you your prize (we can't see the email addresses of commenters). If you do not contact us by Wednesday, Jan 2, we will re-draw a new winner.
Good luck!

14 comments:

  1. My wife and I like to take a trip to Women and Children First to browse books, maybe stop into Alley Cat Comics because we're geeks, and browsing art in any of the amazing galleries along Clark, before dinner at Lady Gregory's (we always end with Irish coffee and an order of sticky toffee pudding) before walking down Berwyn for coffee at Kitchen Sink.

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  2. Also, just liked Tulip on fb. If I'd known they had one I'd have done it looooong ago.

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  3. Hey, folks - we can't draw your name if you comment as "unknown." We need at least a first name, last initial or some other username to identify you with. Thanks!

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  4. Dinner around the fire at Lady Gregory's, a walk around the neighborhood to look at the lights (since it is christmas season after all) and a late night drink at Joie De Vine

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  5. Dinner at Acre, including some nice cocktails, then browsing around Presence, since I know my girl loves the store, and finally a closing drink at T's to end the night.

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  6. I'd greet my date with flowers from Marguerite Gardens, and then we'd grab dinner at Ombra. We'd then peruse some of the local galleries (Las Manos, SHE Art), and stop for a nightcap at Marty's.

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  7. I just liked Tulip on Facebook.

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  8. dinner at Great Lake, dessert at First Slice, drinks at Hopleaf

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  9. This is for Margaret Lind Davis, who commented on Facebook: We would have dinner at Vincent after wandering around the shops. I like Roost, the new City Olive, Galleria, and the many furniture and home accessory stores. Afterward, a martini at Marty's.

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