Hey Guys! I hope everyone’s enjoying Memorial weekend :) General Mills is having a $1,500 grocery giveaway sweepstakes for one lucky winner, and they’ve also given us a $25 Grocery gift card to give away here too! If you’re around the interwebs today here’s your chance to win…
The main goal of Eat Better America is to have people take an active role in living a healthier lifestyle. There are tons of healthy tips and recipes, and even more information can be found on Eat Better America Facebook Page and on Twitter @eatbetter.
From the looks of it you actually CAN eat healthier on budget! I’m probably too lazy to do it myself (haha…) but if you’re looking for new ways to stay on track and be better about it you should def. check out the site. Maybe a recipe or two will stand out? And whoever wins can put their new skills to work w/ a free $25.00!
You have two ways to enter the $25 Grocery card giveaway:
- Follow/friend Eat Better America on twitter or facebook and then let me know so in the comments.
- OR, leave a food tip or budget-friendly recipe here in the comments so we can all learn from you! Especially people like me ;)
That’s it! We’ll random.org a winner on Wednesday, June 2nd at 10pm, and it’s open to U.S. residents only. GOOD LUCK! Can’t wait to give you $25!
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Congrats to Beth – You’re the big winner!!! I shall be contacting you shortly my friend :) Thanks to everyone else who entered! Will be doing another giveaway here shortly…
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