Sakuraco April 2021 Giveaway Winners Announced!

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Thanks to everyone who joined our April giveaway!

Hi Sakuraco family!

Now that April has come to an end, it’s time to announce the winners of our April Giveaway! Are you excited?! Well, let’s take a look at the list below 🎉:

Drumroll, please…

  • Jacob A
  • Mariann H
  • Bre E
  • Hoda T
  • Kristina Y
  • Amber
  • Sarah K
  • Sam D
  • Andrea R
  • Kevin G

Each month, we also pick 5 lucky subscribers who have left reviews on Facebook, TrustPilot, Sitejabber, and Reviews.io! Here are the winners for the Sakuraco April 2021 Reviewer Contest:

  • William G
  • Stephanie R
  • Mitzell R
  • Fiona R
  • Hannah P

Congratulations to all of our winners! 🎉
Our team will get in touch with your ASAP, so please check your emails (for the Giveaway winners) and your Facebook messages/email/Sitejabber messages (for the Reviewer Contest winners) regularly! 👀

If you didn’t win this time, please don’t give up! We’ll be having another Giveaway and Reviewer contest soon. Don’t forget to keep an eye on our social media accounts, and if you’ve subscribed to Sakuraco, don’t forget to leave a review. Best of luck, everyone! 🌸

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2 Responses

  1. Good afternoon! I am one of the winners in this April Giveaway (Kristina Y). I’m not sure if there is an error with my e-mail address, since I subscribed the newsletter, but I did not receive any emails (include about the winning). I’m worried that you’ll be not able to contact me 🙁
    And congratulations for another winners!

    1. Hi Kristina!

      Congratulations! We’ll be in contact with you shortly to make sure we can deliver your prize!

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