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Grab Bag Contest for the book: “Health Care Reform: What It Is, Why It’s Necessary, How It Works”

The Institute Grab Bag Contest!

Periodically, we receive sample products from our partners and stakeholders in the field, and so we will begin offering Grab Bag contests, and share these products with you! We will also do the same with some of our products!

Our first Grab Bag contest is for the book: “Health Care Reform: What It Is, Why It’s Necessary, How It Works” [Paperback] by Jonathan Gruber. A link to our review of the book HERE.

“This long overdue book is highly recommended and will hopefully contribute to more reasoned and informed discussion about the future of health care in America.”

-Review by Simone Fary

In order to win all you have to do is, EITHER:

  • Follow us on Twitter AND re-tweet this contest: (@DanyaInst First Grab Bag contest for the book: “Health Care Reform: What It Is…” #Contest #RT  goo.gl/s9t1I  )
  • “Like Us” on Facebook AND leave a 1 comment on how you think Health Reform will affect you and your family (Facebook.com/TheDanyaInstitute)

**All current Facebook and Twitter followers are automatically entered**

This contest closes September 20th and we’ll announce the winner on Facebook shortly thereafter! The winner will have 3 days to respond to the announcement in order to claim their prize, or a new winner will be selected. Good luck to all who enter!

Institute Grab Bags are open only to individuals who are legal residents of the fifty (50) United States (including the District of Columbia) and are 18 years of age or older. Employees of The Danya Institute, Inc, volunteers or others involved in the production, development, implementation or handling of a Giveaway, affiliates, licensees, service providers, prize suppliers any other person or entity associated with Giveaway and/or the immediate family (spouse, parents, siblings and children) and household members (whether related or not) of each such employee, are not eligible. Subject to all federal, state and local laws and regulations. Void in Puerto Rico and where prohibited by law.