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Recession? What recession? Here, it's just another day, another chance to win free jeans. If you've been keeping up with all of the contests you've probably won about ten pairs of jeans already this Summer.

The latest company to host a giveaway is none other than New York City staple OMG. OMG has made the leap into e-commerce and one of the ways they are celebrating is to offer a pair of jeans to three winners.

All you have to do is like the OMG Facebook page and leave a comment with your email address on the contest blog post at OMGnME.com.  

16 thoughts on “Another Day, Another Giveaway. OMG Stores is Giving Away Jeans”

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  2. The Minister of Works public, Francisco Rodrguez Arges, pledged yesterday to restore the center’s projects Cazoay cvico of subterranean passage Dvila General, Rift Platinum:http://www.playerassist.com/rift/ announced two infrastructures makes I and paralyzed so far by the poor relations who kept the City Council and the regional government the last legislature. Arges also announced the construction of 347 social housing Peacastillo, After four years without the Executive to promote any in Santander,, Rift Platinum, record the mayor,dragon nest gold:http://www.playerassist.com/dragonnest/ igo de la Serna. All these actions tendrn budget in the regional accounts next year, according Arges, and irn running along the legislature.