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Referral Contest! Win a mini bamboo tea roaster and more! 

November 06, 2014

Spread the word about our Indiegogo campaign and win free tea stuff! 
It’s easy: 
1. Sign up for Indiegogo 
2. Sign in and copy your unique sharing link located directly below our video. 
3. Share your unique link with friends via email, Facebook, Twitter, your blog, etc. 
4. When people click your unique link, their visit to our page will count as your referral. 
5. Monday Nov. 10th, the person with the most referrals wins! You can check your referrals on your Indiegogo profile page. We have prizes for two runner ups and ten 3rd place finishers too! 
Click here to get started! 
What you win: 
1st Place: A Personal Bamboo Tea Roaster 
2nd Place (2 winners): Hand-made clay tea ‘refresher’ Roaster 
3rd Place (10 winners): 20% discount code for www.eco-cha.com 






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