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Please enter the current Sweepstakes instead of this expired one. Support education and nominate your school for Tyson Project A+™ so they have a chance to win $1,000 in Tyson Project A+™ labels. Entering your school in this contest is as easy as clicking on “Nominate a School” and sharing why your school deserves a head start on collecting labels. Share your school’s nomination with your friends on Facebook because the top five schools will each win $1,000 worth of extra labels. That’s a valuable prize that any school would be able to use! This contest runs thru September 6 so you’ve got plenty of time to drum up support for your school by sharing on your social media pages.
And while we’re talking about sharing, I’d love to share my back to school recipe with you for Tyson® Fun Nuggets with Quinoa Volcanoes & Broccoli Trees. It’s a conversation-starter for sure, but quick to prepare! Go print my recipe so you can make it too!
My youngest son is entering 3rd grade this year and he’s hungry to learn new things. He helped me shop at Walmart for Tyson® Fun Nuggets so I could make dinner. I’m nominating his Elementary School to win $1,000 in Tyson Project A+™ labels because his school can use the money for buying library books, playground equipment and computers. It’s really a win-win when I go shopping and buy delicious Tyson® products that have the Tyson Project A+™ labels on the package. Here’s what the label looks like:
Remember to clip those labels because they are worth cash to your school! If your school is not already participating, click on “Enroll Now” at Tyson Project A+™. It’s also easy to “Look Up Your School” by zipcode, school phone number or state to see if they are participating. Even if you don’t have kids in school, please consider sending your labels to a local school. Every label can help make a difference!
— Freebies 4 Mom (@Freebies4Mom) August 26, 2015
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