Gordon Gives | Third Annual Bicycle Giveaway for Christmas
Posted On August 20, 2014
Author: Gordon McKernan
Gordon Gives Third Annual 94 Free Bicycle Give Away for Christmas GORDON GIVES 94 BICYCLES AWAY ~ ENTER FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN! LOUISIANA RESIDENTS ONLY As Christmas time comes this is a great opportunity to give back to our community. GIVING is just what we’re going to do. Our Third annual Gordon Gives FREE 94 BICYCLE GIVEAWAY 2014 is about to begin! Click here to watch the video for highlights from last year’s giveaway.
This year we will be giving away the following types of bicycles.
- 11 – 16″ boy bikes
- 11 – 16″ girl bikes
- 36 – 20″ boy bikes
- 36 – 20″ girl bikes
The winners will be chosen randomly from contests that will be held on 94.1FM as well as other contests on Facebook. Spread the word! “LIKE” Us on Facebook for an additional entry and chance to win! The contest will begin on Wednesday, November 19, 2014, at 12:01 a.m. and will end Wednesday, December 17, 2014, at 11:59 p.m.Winners must be available on December 19, 2014, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. to pick up their new bikes at Gordon McKernan Injury Attorneys, 5630 Bankers Avenue, Baton Rouge, LA. Please note that delivery and/or shipping are not available. Santa Claus will be at the giveaway! We will be offering free photos with Santa and a goodie bag for all children who see Santa. All are welcome to attend! SPECIAL REMINDER: Tipsy Taxi is back! Free taxi ride to/from your celebration destination. Dates are: December 24, 25, 31 and January 1 – From 9 pm – 5 am. All you have to do is call 225-888-8888, and I will pay for you to get
I will pay for you to get home – Baton Rouge area residents only. https://www.youtube.com/embed/a6JYjsyyTnA?list=PLAF2B9C1BFCBC60D2 Please drink responsibly. Get Gordon! Get it Done!
Gordon McKernan graduated with his law degree from Loyola University in New Orleans, Louisiana, in 1992. Shortly thereafter, he joined McKernan Law Firm and has been practicing law ever since. He is the owner of the firm, and his primary area of practice is representing ‘ordinary people’ who have been injured because of another’s disregard.