Monday, August 30th, 2010

Enter Now to Win one of 25 Rhodia Academic Weekly Notebooks!

Stephanie

Would you like to win one of 25 Rhodia Weekly Notebooks in academic form? (Academic planners run August 10 to July 11) Winners get their choice of small or large, orange or black. Simply fill out the form below for your chance to win – one entry per person please. The contest will remain open until Tuesday, September 7th (midnight EST) and the winners will be announced here on the blog on Thursday, September 9th.

Large 6 ¼ ” x 9 ½ ” ( 16 x 24 cm ) Details

Week on left, Rhodia’s famous grid for notes on right, 7am to 8pm schedule
12 months, August to July (Academic Year)
A-Z attached address book
Crisp two color print – gray and orange
Black or orange cover with elastic closure
Extra white, super smooth paper 90g, acid-free paper
Tear-off corner opens to week in progress
Inner pocket for notes, cards
Soft cover, sewn binding, lays flat when open

Small 4″ x 6″ ( 10 x 15 cm )

Same as above except: 64g, acid-free paper

If you have subscribed to Rhodia Drive via e-mail,
you may need to visit the Rhodia Drive blog directly to access the contest entry form.


8 thoughts on “Enter Now to Win one of 25 Rhodia Academic Weekly Notebooks!

  1. I’m not entering as this seems to be one for the northern hemisphere students (school year is January to December down here in the south).

    Just wanted to wish all good luck with the competition and northern students with their new school year.

  2. I’m not entering as this seems to be one for the northern hemisphere students (school year is January to December down here in the south).

    Just wanted to wish all good luck with the competition and northern students with their new school year.

  3. This would be wonderful to win! I think this is one of the first years that I didn’t actually have a planner to work from. And my poor studio/desk is certainly showing the effects of working from scrap pieces of paper.

  4. This would be wonderful to win! I think this is one of the first years that I didn’t actually have a planner to work from. And my poor studio/desk is certainly showing the effects of working from scrap pieces of paper.

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