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The Community Comment that Caught our Eyes & Won the Prize!

Community feedback has always been important to us when it comes to making design decisions, improving our products, and providing a great customer experience. Over a year ago, we launched our community voting app to make it even easier for our community to share their questions, comments and suggestions with us. In that time, we’ve added some great products to our assortment. So, we decided to say thanks for helping us pick winning goods with the chance to win some!

Eight lucky voters were chosen at random to take home each of the products up for voting during our contest week. We congratulate those who shared their votes and are now among the first to own these uncommon designs!

One winner also took home a $50 UncommonGoods gift certificate for having the best comment, as chosen by our buyers. But before we announce the winning quote, we’re pleased to share a few other comments that made us smile.

Jessica proved that she is quite design-savvy, with several comments that our buyers found helpful (and poetic).

She praised the craftsmanship in the Teardrop Serving Board and may have helped some members of our voting community see the Petal Necklace in a new way.

We also loved this comment from Pam, who told us exactly what she loves about the Glass Fish Straws.

Chantal voted thumbs down, but we still chose her comment as one of our favorites. We appreciate honest, constructive feedback and hers was just that!

And that brings us to the comment that our buyers picked to win the prize. Amy’s thumbs up let us know she liked the Chalkboard Tablet, but her comment provided some truly useful advice.

We thank Amy for her thoughtful suggestion, and congratulate her on winning the $50 gift certificate!

Remember, we add new items to our community voting app each week, so don’t forget to stop by and tell us what you think of the latest uncommon designs!

Written by Cassie

Cassie spends most of her time at work writing things. She loves books (including comics), sketch comedy, and sci-fi. She's inspired by art and science. As a former Minnesotan, she longs for an afternoon on a lake, Grain Belt in hand. The New Yorker in her is happy spending that afternoon at the American Museum of Natural History instead.

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