Share What You Treasure and WIN $100 Home Depot Card or $2500 Grand Prize! Sponsored by GAF Roofs
GAF Roofing: What Do You Treasure Most Under Your Roof?
If you would have told me just 5 years ago where I’d be today, I would have believed you. 5 years ago I was in the depths of fertility treatments, working full time, and living in an apartment. Today? Mom of two, homeowner, business owner. There is so much I treasure under my roof, but the important things – my husband, children, pets, and the house itself.
Share what you treasure most and be entered to win a weekly $100 Home Depot gift card! Grand prize winner will win a $2,500.00 Home Depot Shopping Spree!
Here’s how to enter the GAF “Share What You Treasure” campaign:
- Sign into www.sharewhatyoutreasure.com app in Facebook, start uploading photos and videos, and tell us what you treasure most about your home and family (your pets, your kids, your vintage car collection, etc.).
- Each user will have a personal page where other users can view their “Fan Collections.”
Let me know if you WIN anything!
Founded in 1886, GAF has become the largest roofing manufacturer in North America. The company’s products include a comprehensive portfolio of steep-slope and commercial roofing systems, which are supported by an extensive national network of factory-certified contractors. Its success is driven by its commitment to Advanced Quality, Industry Expertise, and Solutions Made Simple for contractors, specifiers, and property owners alike. In 2011, GAF was the first roofing manufacturer to offer a Lifetime limited warranty on all of its laminated shingles and, in 2012, it introduced the GAF Lifetime Roofing System.
With a focus on social responsibility, GAF has developed Advanced Protection® Shingle Technology, which provides superior durability and wind resistance while reducing the use of scarce natural resources. The company has also developed single-ply and asphaltic membranes with superior durability and high reflectivity to meet the most rigorous industry standards while helping commercial property owners and designers reduce energy consumption.