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December 19th, 2014

Busted Halo’s 2014 Advent Surprise Calendar

 
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Advent Calendar

Our digital twist on the traditional Advent calendar brings a sense of surprise by showing you the whole calendar, but not letting you “open” each day and find out what’s behind the picture until that day comes along. Each day, the link will lead you to a special Advent-themed Daily Jolt and MicroChallenge.



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Advent Contest

Enter our Advent Contest every day and be placed in a random drawing to win the contest’s grand prize — an iPad Mini! Visit a day in the calendar to find a form to enter. An added bonus: If you share the contest with your friends through Facebook, and they enter the contest, you receive more chances to win. Click here for the rules.



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InstaAdvent

Celebrate Advent using Busted Halo’s InstaAdvent Photo Challenge. Click here for more details and a complete listing of our Advent photo-a-day ideas. Post a photo every day during Advent and stay connected to the hope, joy, and occasional peppermint mocha that make this time of year so special!



Photo Credits
Dec. 1: CNS photo/Disney
Dec. 4: A woman holds a portrait of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. at the dedication of a memorial to Rev. King in Washington, D.C. (CNS photo/Yuri Gripas, Reuters)
Dec. 10: “STAR WARS Holiday Special poster — Princess Leia & her Rebel Wreath” image courtesy of Clinton Lugert of THEY-design.com produced for the Annual Star Wars Holiday Special screening for Toys For Tots!
Dec. 23: Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta at the Vatican. (CNS photo/L’Osservatore Romano)

 
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