Wednesday, March 3, 2010

~Wake Up with Kroger, General Mills and Box Tops Giveaway~

Do you have a Kroger near you?

Do you have children in school?

I do...

Our school like most schools participates in the Box Top for Education program.

My son's school is very small and they can use all the help they can get...

So if you don't have school age children and you want to send all your Box Tops to his school, let me know... I will be happy to give you some information.

If you don't know what Box Tops are, they are the little pink box on all General Mills products.
For each one the school collects they get 10 cents.
I know you are thinking that "That is not much and not worth the time" but ever little bit helps.
You would really be surprised at how quckly they add up.

Now you can earn even more money for the school of your choice because from now through March 18, the Kroger Family of Stores is giving you the chance to get even more Bonus Box Tops.

General Mills and Kroger have teamed up and are giving one lucky reader of Cjcmommy's Stuff a $25.00 gift card to Kroger.

Just tell me in a comment if:

1. You ever noticed the Box Tops for Education logo?

2. Do you clip the Box Tops?

3. How much is each Box Top worth?

Leave a comment for each entry above.

Make sure you leave me a valid email address so I can contact the winner!
This giveaway will end Sunday, March 7, 2010 at 9:00pm.

Click on one of the images above to learn more about Box Tops For Education!

The Kroger Family of Stores gift card, information, and giveaway were all provided by:

General Mills through MyBlogSpark.
(I also received a Kroger Family of Stores gift card)

Winner will be contacted by email and have 48 hours to respond
Prize will be shipped directly from the sponsor
I bare no responsibility for the delivery of this prize, I will however try my best to see that the winner receives her/his prize


Pixie said...

Yes I almost always notice the box tops for education! They're usually on the top or sides of a box!


Pixie said...

I used to clip the box tops when my kids were younger, but now that my youngest is a senior this year not so much.


Pixie said...

each box top I believe is worth 10 cents :)