12 September 2013

Win a Charleston Pocket Filofax Personal Organiser.

So hopefully by now you have read the review from yesterday...

Now is your chance to win the review sample of the Charleston in Pocket size.

Please answer all of the following questions
  1. Who was the composer of 'The Charleston' which featured in the 1923 Broadway musical 'Runnin' Wild'
  2. In which state is the City of Charleston located? 
  3. What size rings are fitted to the Charleston pocket reviewed. 
Please send in your answers by email to steve at philofaxy dot com marking the Subject/Title of your email Charleston Competition. Please include your mailing address in your entry email. 

The closing date for answers is 12 noon (UK time) on Monday 16 September 2013.

You will find the answers in the review or the internet...  Please do not post the answers in the comments to this post! Good luck to everyone that takes part.

1. This competition is a world wide competition.
2. Only one entry per household will be permitted, duplicate entries and incorrect entries will be discarded. 
3. One entry chance per person.
4. No cash alternatives will be allowed.
5. Answers received after the closing date/time will not be entered.
6. The winner will be announced on Philofaxy on Tuesday 17 September 2013.
7. The judges decision is final.

This Competition is now closed, thank you for all your entries. 


  1. Just FYI, there are several Charlestons here in the US; I can think of three off the top of my head and suspect there are more. Do they all count for question 2 above?

    1. Wikipedia has a whole list of them! I was thinking of the 'main' one that centres around the music and this era. But I am open to being flexible

    2. Also I do say 'City' so that does reduce the list a little I presume?

    3. Just being obtuse; although two of them I'm thinking of both would qualify as cities. Interesting anyway, is the dance called the Charleston named after the (a) city called Charleston?

    4. According to wikipedia the Charleston is named after a certain coastal city... Anyway, the Charleston in question is certainly more romantic than the others.

  2. I vote for just sending it to Josh!