Enter to Win a Premium Shirt from MB Stix!

September 07, 2016

Thank you, this contest is now closed.

 

 

 

We’ve teamed up with MB Stix to find two lucky winners!  Each winner will receive a shirt of their choosing!   To enter all you have to do is fill out the entry form with your email address by September 12th! That’s it! It’s easier than double unders!

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One male and one female will be chosen as winners.

 

 

RULES:
– You must enter by midnight, September 11th, 2016.
– Both winners will be chosen contacted on September 12, 2016.
– By entering the giveaway, you will be added to both the Break Parallel and MB Stix email lists. If you are already a member of one or the other email lists you will not get duplicate emails, so sign up anyway to make sure you are entered! You can opt out at any time.
– We can only ship to a U.S. address, but we still encourage everyone to sign up! (Sorry, we love our international fans and we know this is a bummer, but customs and international shipping are a huge pain. Thanks for understanding!)


About MB Stix:

MBStix is owned by two busy business professionals like you, making that daily max effort to beat the 9-5 struggle to get to the gym!

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