Create Unforgettable Moments with GigSalad! Join the #GigSaladParty Twitter Party on November 15

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Create Unforgettable Moments with GigSalad!


What is GigSalad?


GigSalad is the fast and easy way to browse, contact, and hire the entertainers and services you need to make any event a success.

It all began back in 2007 when GigSalad co-founders Mark Steiner and Steve Tetrault set out to create a way for party hosts to find the perfect entertainment for their unique events. What started as a simple online directory is now a revolutionary booking marketplace and a leading source of gigs for performers and event service providers across the U.S. and Canada.

What Can you Do with GigSalad?

  • Book all kinds of children’s entertainment, like princesses, superheroes, sci-fi characters, cartoon characters, clowns, face painters, magicians, petting zoos, balloon twisters, and jugglers.


  • Booking your event through GigSalad gives you extra protection you can’t get anywhere else. Our Worry-Free Guarantee comes with high-level security for your payments, no-hassle refunds, and a team who’s there to support you every step of the way.
  • You can also find event services like photographers, caterers, bartenders or waitstaff.
  • Find holiday entertainment for the upcoming holidays: Santa Claus and Christmas Carolers


To help you get to know GigSalad- we are having a TWITTER PARTY!!

Twitter Party Details

When: Tuesday, November 15th
Time: 8:00 – 9:00pm EST (5:00 – 6:00pm PST)

Topic: Create Unforgettable Moments with GigSalad party services!
Hashtag: #GigSaladParty

The Prizes:

RSVP prize– Gift Basket with Chocolate and Coffee!


#1 $25 GC to Party City
#2 $30 GC to Party City
#3 $40 GC to Amazon
#4 $50 GC to Amazon
#5 $60 Coupon good toward a booking on
#6 $75 Coupon good toward a booking on


Be sure to follow our Sponsor and Co-hosts!


Follow @GigSalad

Our Co-Hosts:

Follow @pamelamaynard

Follow @itsfreeatlast

Follow @thisladyblogs



When you RSVP for the party, you will be entered to win this Chocolate and Coffee Gift Basket!

Be sure to enter on the Rafflecopter below!

The giveaway ends 11/15 at 800p est, the winner will be announced at the party!

The giveaway is open to US only, 18+

Be sure to come back daily for more chances to win.

a Rafflecopter giveaway
How To Enter, RSVP, Participate in this Twitter Party   Share about this Twitter party on Twitter and Facebook or any other social media where you are active Here is an easy retweet:

The winners will be randomly selected via use of Hashtag #GigSaladParty & the RSVPs. Make sure you the party’s hashtag #GigSaladParty to every tweet of yours and Go Zonkers tweeting!

Join in the party on November 15th by following the hashtag #GigSaladParty

  • Use any apps that allow us to participate in a Twitter party. We found that it’s easy with TweetDeck to follow, tweet and participate in any Twitter Party Or
  • Place a party’s hashtag #GigSaladParty into the Twitter Search box to follow the whole conversation (you need to be logged into your Twitter account to fully participate in the party’s conversation!)

Need help learning how to attend a twitter party?  Read this post HERE!!

Enter your Twitter Handle in the Linky below, so we do know who is coming & would love to be drawn for prizes! The more, the merrier! RSVP & Be Entered to win the RSVP prizes! Be sure to put your twitter handle in the name section and the link to your twitter in the link section.


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  1. Party City is the best store for finding party accessories. I love that store.

  2. Gail Williams says:

    The hardest thing for parties is planning enough foods with the variety for various dietary restrictions.

  3. amy guillaume linderman says:

    going to the grocery store with a huge list…

  4. Lisa Coomer Queen says:

    Planning the food and making sure I have enough. Thanks!

  5. Making sure I know who can eat what types of foods… ie: glute free.non-pork etc… Gotta please everyone! 😉

  6. the hardestpart for me is the food. i’m usually pretty good about games, but the food is always a bit off.

  7. the hardest part for me is the food. i’m always pretty good at coming up with games and fun, but the food is difficult

  8. Karen Adams says:

    The hardest part is playing on whether or not I will host and what they theme will be

  9. Melissa Crisp says:

    I have no idea if I rsvped right but it said link already exists so I think I did.

  10. Trying to get everything done in a timely manner has always been the hardest part of planning for me – and not forgetting anything!!

  11. Hoping I have gotten enough supplies to cover everything.

  12. marthalynn says:

    For me, the hardest part about the planning is the timetable! I always feel like I’m doing so many things at the last minute and during the party. I would love to figure out how to get it all done in advance and be able to enjoy the event. I also always seem to have way too much food leftover after the event!

  13. Nicole Carter (Weasley) says:

    The hardest thing is planning enough food and if it fits in my budget.

  14. Timing of the party so noone feels rushed.

  15. Meredith Miller says:

    Invitations are my hardest thing to handle.

  16. Kathy Ross says:

    I have no idea how to be in a party on Twitter. No one has ever showed or told me how. I’m not the brightest bulk in the pack when it comes to the pc. And that’s around the time I make dinner. So, I don’t think I’ll be there.

  17. Audrey Stewart says:

    I think the hardest part about party planning is the food. People have so many allergies now days.

  18. Wendy Browne says:

    Fitting a party into the budget is the hardest.

  19. Sarah Arellano says:

    I would have to say the stress of it all, and thinking about the mess afterwards!

  20. Prepping foods and decorating would the hardest part

  21. Patricia Parsons says:

    the hardest part of a party is making sure you have enough food and beverages and there is something for everyone

  22. Love twitter parties they’re fun and you meet new people .

  23. Megan Cromes says:

    picking a theme is hardest thing ty

  24. LeAnn Harbert says:

    It’s hard to find a time when everyone can come.

  25. Tina Alexander says:

    The hardest part is making sure there is adequate seating etc. in case there are unexpected guest.

  26. The hardest part is coming up with a theme that everyone will enjoy.

  27. Katrina Angele says:

    I get too caught up in trying to do too much. I like to go big or go home.

  28. Julie Ikeda says:

    The hardest part is the stress of throwing a junk party.

  29. David Fisher says:

    The hardest thing is to ensure the food and drink lasts until the end of the party.

  30. The hardest part is getting people to show up.

  31. Holly Robinson says:

    The hardest part imho is making my mind up. I have all kinds of fantastic ideas but can never choose which to use.

  32. Knowing how much food to have and a timetable to fit everything and still have fun

  33. Cheryl Chervitz says:

    Getting everyone together for a certain date is the hardest for me. Its almost impossible to set a date!

  34. The hardest thing for me is coming up with a theme.

  35. Erin Will says:

    Hardest part of planning parties for me is making my list of chores to get my house ready! I have to make sure my house is always the cleanliest minutes before people come over.

  36. Michelle Proper says:

    Deciding on foods to serve…so many choices!

  37. Crystal Cox says:

    Time management , making sure everything is hot and ready to go at the same time, ugh!

  38. Gretchen Luper says:

    the hardest part for me is shopping for the groceries and not forgetting anything.

  39. Rebecca Holt says:

    Satisfying a picky eater, with food allergies, & sensory issues.

  40. Cindy Kuykendall says:

    The hardest part is pulling it all together and having it ready at a certain time.

  41. Robin Abrams says:

    Who to invite and not to invite. I hate upsetting anyone by not inviting them

  42. Barbara T Dunaway says:

    the hardest thing for me is planing the menu

  43. Buying enough snacks and treats for everyone Sometimes it is hard to choose and people have allergies too.

  44. Angela Saver says:

    The hardest part of planning a party is deciding how much food we will need for the amount of guests!

  45. sherry butcher says:

    Who to invite and who well make it.

  46. The hardest part for me is to make everyone happy.

  47. Seyma Shabbir says:

    The hardest is planning space! Whether to have the event at home or reserve space.

  48. Hardest part for me is deciding who to invite.
    Thanks for the contest.

  49. Hollie Jahnke says:

    Trying to figure out how much of everything I will need.

  50. The hardest thing for me is planning how much food for how many people.

  51. So hard to coordinate with people’s schedules, know the right amount of food to make, and deciding what to make to appease everyone!

  52. I think the hardest part is getting the right amount of food and getting the extra seating.

  53. time management!

  54. Stephanie Phelps says:

    The hardest part to me is trying to make sure that it fits the majorities schedule and the food!

  55. Dotty J Boucher says:

    I think for me is making sure I have everything right , not so much to my liking but more so to the person or people
    I am having the party for..

  56. I always forget something at the last minute and I’m like “shoot”… I’m also not very creative.. I’d rather someone else host!

  57. Corey Olomon says:

    Trying to guess how many people will come.

  58. Dana Rodriguez says:

    The hardest part for me is preparing a menu that will make everyone happy.

  59. Planning surprise Birthday parties and the hardest part for me is keeping it a secret!

  60. who to invite

  61. Susan Thevenard says:

    The hardest part of planning a party is making sure we have all the food and space!

  62. The hardest part for me is picking a theme if it’s not a holiday party.

  63. The hardest party of party planing is the stress of forgetting things!


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