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Saturday Giveaway : Traditional Medicinals Prize Package


By Stephanie Ciccarelli

October 18, 2008

Comments (25)

Traditional Medicinals

Is your voice in need of some tender loving care?

This week, we're giving away a rocking package featuring some products from Traditional Medicinals.

Leave a comment and let me know that you'd like to win!

Traditional Medicinals

I've heard many people say recently that they are coming down with the flu, head colds and other nasty bugs and thought that it was the perfect time to spread some warm tea and pastilles :)

This package will include the products you see in the image above, including a Throat Coat tea sampler, some soothing pastilles, and some stress relief ordered just for you by Voices.com from the good people at Traditional Medicinals.

How Do You Enter For a Chance to Win?

All you need to do is comment on this article and let me know that you'd like to win some fab products from Traditional Medicinals!

Each week, there will be something different, so be sure to subscribe to VOX Daily to get the Saturday Giveaway notices as well as other voice acting articles throughout the week.

The giveaways will include voice acting:

  • Books
  • DVDs
  • Coaching Sessions
  • Recording Equipment
  • Gift certificates
  • Workshop / Conference Passes
  • Unique Promotional Opportunities

When is the Winner Chosen?

Winners will be drawn randomly from the comments left on the blog and announced the following Saturday. Those who win will be notified by email at which time we'll confirm their shipping address. On the following Saturday, the winner will be announced and another opportunity to win a Saturday Giveaway will present itself.

I'd like to say congratulations to last week's contest winner, Pete Gold, who will be receiving Julie Williams' Proven Voice-Over Techniques.

Comment Now for an Opportunity to Win Traditional Medicinals from Voices.com!

Looking forward to hearing from you!

Don't forget to comment for your chance to win :)

Best wishes,


Related Topics: pastilles, saturday giveaway, throat, throat coat, Traditional Medicinals, Voices.com


    Wow this would be perfect for my family to win. We got all need relief! Stress, cold sores and more!

    Posted by:
    • Carla Pullum
    • October 19, 2008 1:33 AM

      OHH Yeah what great timing on this. I woke up with Laryngitis Wed the mornng of My demo and had to postpone it until this Saturday Afternoon, but all went well today although I am still battling a cold. I could sure use this package!!

      Posted by:

        These have always been my favorite teas. I never used the over the counter drugs. I use Traditional Medicinals!

        Posted by:
        • Lynn Osborne-Simmons
        • October 19, 2008 10:34 AM

          Hey Stephanie!
          This woud be great to win! I always have a couple of boxes of "Throat Coat" Tea on hand!...They have great products!



          Posted by:

            Love these little giveaways.

            Posted by:
            • Arlene Kahn
            • October 19, 2008 10:54 AM

              Oh yes, my voice needs some TLC!
              ~Lisa Foster, Seattle

              Posted by:

                Funny... I just caught my mom's cold yesterday.

                Posted by:
                • Crystal Porter
                • October 19, 2008 12:07 PM

                  I'd love to win those! My throat can always use extra care.

                  Posted by:

                    I'm sporting a cold right now. I can always use good advice here. I'm in.


                    Posted by:

                      I would love to try these!!!

                      Posted by:
                      • Kam A
                      • October 19, 2008 6:21 PM

                        Always nice to get free VO goodies! I'm in!

                        TJ Jones

                        Posted by:
                        • TJ Jones
                        • October 19, 2008 9:31 PM

                          Would love to be entered - definitely can't afford to get sick!

                          Posted by:

                            May Canadians enter?


                            Hi Ikkinlala,

                            Certainly :) This is an international contest so you could be from anywhere. Nice to hear from a fellow Canuck!



                            ~ To All:

                            You may have noticed that I rarely if ever reply to comments on giveaways (this is an exception). I've replied within this comment as Voices.com staff cannot win these prizes and didn't want to generate a new comment to throw off the numbers for the drawing. Keep the comments coming as this is a great prize, especially if you're thinking of trying a new tea or throat remedy.

                            Posted by:
                            • ikkinlala
                            • October 20, 2008 1:16 AM

                              Thanks for a great giveaway! I hope I'm the lucky winner!!

                              Posted by:
                              • reeva
                              • October 20, 2008 1:31 AM

                                Hi Stephanie,

                                I would love to try the Throat Coat Herbal Pastilles! I've never used them and would be happy to give you a review.



                                Posted by:
                                • Marti Krane
                                • October 20, 2008 9:39 AM

                                  I am up for these! I needed them last week!


                                  Posted by:
                                  • Jessie Gilman
                                  • October 20, 2008 10:49 AM

                                    My wife is always telling me to take care of my skin, with creams and lotions... you know how it is... AHH ELEPHANT SKIN... DON'T TOUCH ME!!!.. Well she's right (of course dear, YOU ARE ALWAYS RIGHT!!! As a voice talent, I also need to start taking care of my voice (so I can seduce her vocally !!!)

                                    I would love to try your product!!

                                    PJ ADAM
                                    Voice Talent

                                    Posted by:
                                    • PJ Adam
                                    • October 20, 2008 10:21 PM

                                      I love Throat Coat - It has been a 'gig saver' for me many times! Love the blog, too.....

                                      Posted by:
                                      • Diana Jaffee
                                      • October 21, 2008 5:58 PM

                                        Sounds great---count me in! :)

                                        Posted by:
                                        • Brian Whitaker
                                        • October 21, 2008 11:17 PM

                                          I have a list of remedies that I have been meaning to find and try: Vocalzone, meloids, Thayer's, Singer's, Herbal licorice, and THROAT COAT! So yes, I'm most interested!

                                          But I have to say, sometimes when I wake up without my normal voice, but instead a gravelly, sick voice, I use that opportunity to record some character text for which the sound is perfect! The only trouble is regaining that voice when the client wants a rerecord a few days later (and I am all better)!!!!


                                          Posted by:

                                            I'm a singer, as well as a voice actor, and as Christmas caroling season approaches, I will stock up on everything I can to keep my systems humming! Thanks for the treat!


                                            Posted by:
                                            • Barbara Passolt
                                            • October 23, 2008 10:30 AM

                                              The changing season plays havoc with my sinuses. I am always looking for a remedy to keep my voice in good condition. I like the ideal that Traditional Medicinals use fair traded herbals too. I would love to try some soothing teas.

                                              Kathleen Sheridan

                                              Posted by:
                                              • Kathleen Sheridan
                                              • October 27, 2008 9:39 AM

                                                Love your contests. Looking forward to the new look.

                                                Thanks Stephanie!

                                                Posted by:

                                                  Good Afternoon:

                                                  My name Paul Bethel and I think that this Traditional Medicinals package is a great give away for someone. Taking care of the voice and especially the body during this upcoming season is very important for endurance and stability. Thanks for the information of this package.

                                                  Paul Bethel

                                                  Posted by:
                                                  • Paul Bethel
                                                  • October 29, 2008 4:24 PM

                                                    I'm in!

                                                    Posted by:
                                                    • Kai Kirk
                                                    • October 30, 2008 10:53 PM

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