Sherwin-Williams Company #MyColorResolution Sweepstakes 1/31/14 10PPD18+

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Simply share your color resolution, plus a pic of your inspiration or space with #MyColorResolution for the chance to win two gallons of Emerald Interior or Exterior Paint and a Sherwin-Williams Painting Supplies Kit. Share on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

Sweeps Rating: Okay

Eligibility: US, DC, 18 and older, or age of majority in your state

Entry Dates: January 1, 2014 and ends at 11:59:59 PM ET on January 31, 2014

Facebook Entry | Official Rules

How to Enter:

Follow Sherwin Williams on Twitter (@SherwinWilliams) or Instagram (@SherwinWilliams)

Share via Twitter or Instagram a short written description of your color resolution and a photograph of the item or space that inspired you to add color to your life using the hashtag #MyColorResolution. Entries need to be publicly viewable on Twitter or Instagram to be considered eligible Entries.

Entry Limit: ten (10) entries per person per day, regardless of the method of entry. Entries that are not selected in a daily drawing will NOT be carried forward to subsequent daily drawings.

Thirty-one (31) Daily Prizes (one per day): will each receive a prize package consisting of a voucher for two free gallons of Emerald Interior or Exterior paint (type of paint and choice of color at winner’s discretion) and a painting supplies kit consisting of a 2-1/2″ Purdy ClearCut Brush, 9″ x 1/2″ Purdy White Dove Roller Cover, Bercom Tray with liners, 3M ScotchBlue 2090 Painter’s Tape, Poly-America 9′ x 12′ 1 mil drop cloths (two), and Zero Waste wiping cloths (ARV of prize package: $75.00 USD)

Prize Limit: one prize per person during the Sweepstakes.

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  1. I won this today. I have been meaning to paint a few things in my house so this is perfect. Thanks!!

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