Ten Free Subscriptions to Flo Multizine

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Posted June 1, 2005 by Rachelle Owen

The folks at Flo asked us to help them give away ten subscriptions to their awesome multizine, and we’re glad to oblige. What’s Flo you ask? In their own words, “Flo puts sports and music lifestyle like nothing ever done before. It’s the world’s first FREE MULTIZINE SERIES, a limited edition CD, DVD, and print magazine all packaged together.”
So here’s the deal, the first ten people to e-mail me at with their full mailing address will get a subscription to Flo absolutely free. That’s all there is to it. Even if you don’t win, you can subscribe to Flo for a small shipping and handling fee, or, you can pick up the latest issue in a shop near you.
Other Free Stuff
We’re giving away some hot Paint It Black merch, including a skate deck, copies of the albums CVA and Paradise on CD, a Paint It Black T-shirt, and a sticker/button/poster pack. Register for your chance to win and read peta2’s interview with Dan Yemin of PIB. I was a huge fan of Kid Dynamite during their hay day, so this whole thing is pretty exciting for me.

Special Event in Atlanta Featuring Ingrid Newkirk
All you kids in ATL, listen up: Ingrid Newkirk, president of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, will be talking about, reading from, and signing copies of her new book, Making Kind Choices: Everyday Ways to Enhance Your Life Through Earth- and Animal-Friendly Living at Borders Books in Atlanta, located at 3637 Peachtree Rd. NE, at 7 p.m. on Friday, June 3. Plan on being there, and bring a friend too!
Ingrid is the cofounder and president of PETA, and author of You Can Save the Animals, Kids Can Save the Animals!, Free the Animals, The Compassionate Cook, and 250 Things You Can Do to Make Your Cat Adore You. She has been featured in The Washington Post, USA Today, Forbes magazine, The New Yorker, and other national publications.
Her latest book offers eco- and animal-friendly alternatives to make you feel better about yourself, your relationships, and how you treat others. With sections on home and garden, fashion and beauty, food and entertaining, and more, it’s filled with helpful tips, recipes, inspirational stories, and life-affirming sayings. Making Kind Choices is a book for anyone who cares about the Earth and its inhabitants.
-Noah Cooper
peta2 Campaign Coordinator

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