Does your family typically go through many of boxes of cereal each week? Have you been wanting to start your own grocery stockpile? Then this could be the perfect sweepstakes for you! Enter the “Raisin the Stakes” Sweepstakes, and you could win a tower of Honey Bunches of Oats cereal.
Cereal is a wonderful breakfast food. It doesn’t require you to cook it or heat it up before you eat it like many other breakfast foods do. This gives you some extra time in the morning to do something else, (like hit the snooze button an extra time or two). Most people like to eat their cereal with some milk added to the bowl. You can, however, eat cereal straight from the box if you want to. It is fairly common for toddlers to eat pieces of cereal individually, no milk or bowl required.
If you have a large family, and everyone likes to eat cereal for breakfast, then you might be going through a whole lot of boxes of cereal each week, (and buying replacement boxes). Maybe you recently watched the “Extreme Couponing” TV show, and this has inspired you to begin your own stockpile of groceries. Either way, you are going to need a bunch of boxes of cereal.
The “Raisin the Stakes” Sweepstakes might be just the thing you have been looking for. You could win a tower of Honey Bunches of Oats cereal. To enter, start by clicking “like” on the Facebook page that talks about the sweepstakes.
First prize winners are randomly selected each day in July, 2011. First prize winners will receive a Honey Bunches of Oats t-shirt (in an adult large size). There will be one Grand Prize winner. The Grand Prize will be up to 100 boxes of Honey Bunches of Oats Raisin Medley cereal.
The actual number of boxes the winner will get depends on how many people enter the sweepstakes. One box will be awarded for every 300 entries to the sweepstakes. The minimum Grand Prize will be a total of twelve boxes of cereal. As I am typing this blog, the Facebook page says that right now, the total number of boxes of cereal included in the Grand Prize is 39. This could increase as the month goes on. What would you do with so much cereal?
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