Sunday, June 6, 2010
The Kroger Co. Family of Stores, General Mills, NBC's hit TV Show “The Biggest Loser” and other key sponsors are partnering to donate up to $1,080,000 to Feeding America this year.
I am a huge fan of "The Biggest Loser" and Kroger! The timing could not be any more perfect with swimsuit season upon us. I have made a pledge to lose 10 pounds!
Here is how you can help!
* Visit http://www.pfpchallenge.com/Kroger to make your pledge to lose weight and to get more information and to find tools to change your life for the better. It is free, easy and only takes a minute to make a change that can help you and help the hungry in your local community.
* Through June 30, 2010, for every pound you pledge to lose, the Pound For Pound Challenge will donate 14¢ to Feeding America® — enough to deliver one pound of groceries to a local food bank.
As the official supplier of the Biggest Loser Ranch and partner of the Pound for Pound Challenge, the Kroger Family of Stores wants to help you achieve your goals. If you’re a fan of the Biggest Loser, you may have seen several great General Mills products featured on the show. These products, including Yoplait Greek yogurt, Total, and Multigrain Cheerios, are available at your local Kroger Family of Stores and can help you stick to your weight management plan.
One reader will receive a $30 Gift Certificate that can be used at any Kroger Family store!
How to enter!
Just go to the Pound for Pound Challenge and make a pledge and let me know in a comment. If you do not need to lose any weight, just check out the Challenge and let me know something you learned.
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This giveaway will end on June 14th at 10:00 p.m. Central time and will be chosen via a Random Number Generator. The winner will have 48 hours to respond.
Kroger Family of Stores gift card, information, and giveaway were all provided by the Kroger Family of Stores and General Mills through MyBlogSpark. All opinions expressed are my own.
Posted by Annette Doggett at 3:01 PM