This article was originally posted on WomenLearnThai.com.
WINNERS to WLT’s FIRST week of the Thai Language Giveaway…
Chosen by Yuki and Miki, here are the winners:
From Yuki and Miki (PickupThai Podcast):Thank you everyone for participating in the Thai language giveaway contest. We are very happy that you are interested in our products.
It was very difficult for us to choose only 6 of you to give the prizes to but we’re happy to announce that the three lucky people who will receive 10 Creamy Coconut lessons are khun Diane N., khun Michael and khun Micky. And the two people we’ve selected to receive 15 lessons are khun Anna Measures and khun Roger. Finally, the grand prize which is the subscription to the full Creamy Coconut course (30 lessons) goes to “khun Jeff Netto.”
Congratulations to all six of you. We really hope that you’ll have fun learning Thai with PickupThai Podcast and appreciate our lessons as our fans do.
For those who didn’t win any prize, you are welcome to come visit our website for regularly updated free & fun lessons www.pickup-thai.com ( ^ n ^ )/*
Thank you again, everyone, for participating! We wish you all success in learning Thai.”
Yuki Tachaya & Miki Chidchaya from PickupThai
Winners, please email PickupThai Podcast at [email protected] And please note that if you do not reach out by next Wednesday, your prize will be given to the winner/s in waiting.
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I would like to thank Yuki and Miki for sponsoring this contest. I just love your stuff to bits! My thanks also goes to those who left comments. And pssst, even if you’ve already won you can keep on winning. Good luck all!
To get a complete list of the prizes and schedule, read the first post in the series, Vote THAI and WIN! | SEVEN Weeks of FREE Thai Giveaways.
Let’s help SET!…
The SET Foundation needs our help. Did you know that…
In addition to its primary aims of awarding scholarships and grants, SET has sponsored many educational activities, including social development projects by scholarship students in remote villages and schools, drugs awareness camps for students, sponsorship of an orphanage, sponsorship of a monastic school for novice monks, sponsorship of native-speakers to teach English, and many other projects.
If you can, please donate to The SET Foundation by filling out the Paypal button at the top right of their site. Ta 🙂