DKOldies Valentine's Day Contest!

Feb. 12th, 2016

Hey, do you like free stuff and have opinions? Congratulations! You qualify to enter our very first Blog Contest!

See, because February 14th is just around the corner, we want to ask all you gamers out there one simple question:

Who was The Best Couple in Gaming History?
Answer this and win a Fabulous Prize!

This is all you have to do:

-In the comments section of this blog, name your favorite gaming couple, along with the reasons why you think they are the best.
-Be sure to also include the following information in your post: The social Media platform through which you learned about this contest, and the handle you use on it. You will not be eligible to win the contest without this information, as we will have no means to contact you.
-That's it. Any game. Any couple. Any system. Go nuts!

Simple, right? In one week, we will review all of the nominees, and the DKOldies Crew will select our favorite answer. So give it your best shot, keep it clean, and have fun! If you can win over our hearts, your post will be shared across our various social media outlets for all the world to see! But more importantly, you'll walk away with our awesome prize!

What's the Prize?
Speaking of which, you're probably wondering what awesomely amorous award awaits our lucky winner. Well, today you will be competing for this vintage Mario "Puppet Kooler!"


If you have no idea what you're looking at, that's because its a rare collectible. Created for Bloomingdale's of New York City in 1989, Puppet Koolers  were a line of freezable can coolers, that could be worn like a messanger bag, and doubled as, well, puppets. The line featured tons of 80s icons like Michael Jackson, Hulk Hogan, and even Mario! However, beyond that little is known about these mysterious pop culture relics.

Our Mario Puppet Kooler will be shipped to you loose, as pictured. And, as an added bonus we'll fill his drink storage compartment with an assortment of other Nintendo goodies.

Good luck!

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