Mega Giveaway Day 73 – ZB Freestyle Board

Mega Giveaway Day 73 – ZB Freestyle Board

Have you ever wondered how skateboarders do those cool flips and tricks? They practice, that’s how! Our Day 73 prize is a ZB Freestyle Board from Tucker Toys designed specifically to learn some of those tricks!

First featured in our guide to outdoor activities, we are happy that Tucker Toys has offered an additional one for a lucky SahmReviews reader! As with our other giveaways, there are daily opportunities to increase your chances to win so set a reminder to stop back each day!

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100+ Days of Giveaways – Day 73 – ZB Freestyle Board

Nicole Brady

About Nicole Brady

Founder and owner of, Nicole has been involved in social media marketing since 2007. She has partnered with a number of major corporations who utilized her skills to improve their social media outreach and online presence. Nicole has worked closely with brands such as Netflix, Nintendo, Domino's and Disney, has been featured in McDonald's videos as well as Maria Bailey's book "Power Moms". Always a SAHM (stay-at-home-mom) and mother of two amazing daughters, if you can't find Nicole, she is probably somewhere being an advocate for playing board games.

19 comments on «Mega Giveaway Day 73 – ZB Freestyle Board»

  1. June S. says:

    I am not good on a skate board at all, not that graceful. My grown sons would do better then I could.

  2. rachael debates says:

    not falling off of it lol

  3. Darlene Owen says:

    I do not skateboard yet.

  4. Kim Davis says:

    Staying on.

  5. Sue E says:

    I haven’t been on a skateboard in years and I’ve never been on anything as fancy as a ZB Freestyle Board!

  6. Josh Willhite says:

    Standing on it.

  7. Elizabeth Tarlow says:

    The first time I tried riding a skateboard, I fell off and skinned the top of my foot:( That was the last time I tried to ride one 🙂

  8. Regina Elliott says:

    A flip off a ramp and broke my arm

  9. Julie Waldron says:

    I don’t have any skateboard “tricks” because I don’t recall ever being on one. But when I was a kid, I wanted one. But I never did get it, it’s probably just as well.

  10. Victoria Scott says:

    Ha! I’m not coordinated enough, but I’ve seen others do some cool tricks 🙂

  11. william gossage says:

    It been 40 years since i use a skate board

  12. Nicole Lancaster says:

    I have never accomplished any fancy trick on a Skateboard. I always hurt myself on them.

  13. Liz M says:

    The fanciest trick I ever did on a skateboard… well you see, I grew up in the country off a gravel road. So there wasn’t a lot of sidewalk to go around. In fact there was just one 3′ x 3′ square of it for miles, which is not enough to do, well, anything on. So I took my skateboard up onto the deck thinking YEAH! Now we’re cooking with gas. Oh yeah, one more thing. I didn’t have skater shoes, just cowboy boots, and I decided that I wanted to go barefoot so that I could “feel” the board move under me. As it turns out, “feeling” the board move under me meant feeling the abrupt stop when it hit the barely warped board on the deck, and I kept going, getting an eight inch sliver, I learned that cooking with gas sure felt a lot like having your foot on fire. Especially when your mom dumps rubbing alcohol on it after unceremoniously yanking it out. But I lived. and I had a screaming good time. Ahh, skateboarding back in the good ole days.

  14. Daniel Scott says:

    Standing on it and going down hill without breaking any bones.

  15. Gabrielly says:

    I do not skateboard yet.

  16. rosemary says:

    wow-fun fun fun

  17. elizabeth miller says:

    My fanciest trick ever on a skateboard was when I went off the driveway over the curb at the bottom and didn’t fall. My 11 year old daughter on the other hand is pretty decent on one.

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