| May 30, 2014


Mountain & Sackett Tie Giveaway


It’s back! It’s been a while since we’ve done a Mountain & Sackett tie giveaway, but it’s time for another go round. I love Mountain & Sackett ties. They’re a family-owned business that’s been making ties right here in the U.S. of A since 1957. And the quality of their ties can’t be beat. While other companies use machines to pump out hundreds of ties an hour, the skilled craftsmen at Mountain & Sackett stitch their ties by hand, making only 5 an hour and carefully checking each piece for quality.

What’s Up For Grabs

The winner of the giveaway will get to choose any one of Mountain & Sackett’s ties (with the exception of the Autism Speaks collection) as their prize. Need a knit, straight tie in your collection? How about a solid wool tie? And of course don’t forget the ties that Mountain and Sackett are famous for: their regimentals. Mountain and Sackett’s regimental ties are the world’s only 100% handmade ties. No machine touches these beauties. Cruise through Mountain and Sackett’s collection and pick one out for yourself. Or pick out one to give dad for Father’s Day!

How to Enter

Entering is easy. Just follow these two simple steps:

1. Visit the Mountain & Sackett website and pick out the style and color you would like for your tie if you’re lucky enough to be selected as the winner.

2. Share your selection with us in the comments section. You don’t have to post the link — just the name/color of the tie. (Posting the link may cause your comment to be filtered as spam.)

Everyone who enters the contest will be emailed a code for a 20% discount on Mountain and Sackett ties at the conclusion of the contest!

A winner will be drawn randomly from the entries and this post will be updated with his name. The deadline for entry into the contest is Friday, June 6, 2014 at 10 PM CDT.

What are you waiting for? Enter today!

PS — If you’re looking for new ways to tie a tie, check out our videos on how to tie a tie.

Update: Our winner was David K. from Henderson, NV. He chose the Sumner Stripe in Eggplant.

Last updated: June 11, 2014

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