11.21.2011

Giveaway : Sending Cheer with Cheerios!

How about spreading a little Cheer this holiday season?

That is exactly what Cheerios needs your help with!

Now through November, 2011 at your local grocer, specially-marked boxes of Cheerios cereal will feature Cheer postcards on the front of the box.  Cut out the postcard from the Cheerios logo, write a message of thanks on the back, add a stamp and mail the pre-addressed card to the USO. The USO will deliver the Cheer card to military families across the country. For each postcard received through November 2012, Cheerios will make a $1 donation to the USO to help fund programs that support military families.

Cheerios has already donated $150,000 to the USO and will donate up to an additional $100,000 based upon the number of postcards received from specially marked boxes now through November 30th, 2012. I think it is the least we could do to tell our troops how much we appreciate them, right?

Cash Cowan and Cheerios have teamed up to offer a prize pack which includes:
  • 1 Cheerios cereal bowl 
  • 1 Cheerios cereal spoon 
  • 1 Cereal dispenser 
  • 1 “Cheer” box of Cheerios



Want to win? Here's How:






Disclosure: Cheerios cereal, information, and giveaway have been provided by General Mills through MyBlogSpark

16 comments:

  1. Great giveaway!
    I woudl tell them thank You!

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  2. that cereal dispencer is a cool way to serve my Cherios

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  3. What a cute giveaway! This would make a great gift for the holidays

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  4. As a mom to a soldier, I love that Cheerios is offering to help! This is great cause

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  5. Who doesn't love cheerios?!? Love the bowl and dispenser! :)

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  6. I would tell them how much we love them and appreciate all that they have done and continue to do for us.

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  7. Thanks for all you do and sacrifice for our freedom.

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  8. I love that Cheerios is donating to USO, military families give up so much and it is nice for Cheerios to give back.

    Rachel

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  9. That although we don't always fully express our gratitude, we are back here praying for their safety and appreciate the time they have given up with their own families.

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  10. I'd write a letter of gratitude. :)

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  11. I would tell them thank you for everything and that I'm wishing the best for them...and maybe add a joke or two from my classroom to make them smile!

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  12. I would tell them: Thank you for your service. Happy Holidays!

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  13. I've been looking for these special boxes every time I shop. It's a great program. Cheerios are my husband's favorite cereal.

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  14. I would thank them for all there hard work and bravery

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  15. Keep up the good work, we miss you, and come home soon ヅ *Thanks* for the giveaway!

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  16. I would say, Thank you for every minute you spend away from your family and friends. (cnfc800@gmail.com)

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