Kroger Pound for Pound Challenge + $30 Gift Card Giveaway
Do you watch The Biggest Loser on NBC? The contestants weight-loss achievements are so inspiring! Most people wait for the new year to try to lose weight, but I don’t believe that any date is better than another. Kroger and General Mills want you to put all your excuses aside, so they have teamed up with The Biggest Loser for the Pound for Pound Challenge!
The Pound for Pound Challenge is a way to encourage you to lose weight and feed your 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.
With a good exercise routine and healthy eating you can pledge to lose at least a few pounds, right? General Mills offers several healthy eating options like Yoplait Greek Yogurt, Total, and Multigrain Cheerios that you may have even seen featured on the show!
To encourage you to participate in the Pound for Pound Challenge, Kroger and General Mills are giving away a $30 Kroger Gift Card to one of my lucky readers!
The gift card can be used at any of the Kroger family of stores including Kroger, Fred Meyer, Ralph´s, King Soopers, City Market, Dillon’s, Smith´s, Fry´s, QFC, Baker´s, Owen´s, Jay C Food Stores, Hilander, Gerbes, Food4Less, Pay Less Super Markets and Scott´s Food & Pharmacy.
How to Win
1. Leave a comment on this post simply telling me how many pounds you pledge to lose for the challenge.
2. “Like” the Couponing 101 Facebook Page and leave a separate comment letting me know you have done so.
One of my lucky readers will win a $30 Kroger Gift Card!
This giveaway will end on Friday, June 4th, at 11:59 pm CST. I will use Random.org to select the winners and they will be contacted via email. The winners have 72 hours to respond to my email or I will pick a new winner. Kroger and General Mills through My Blog Spark provided me with a $30 Kroger gift card as well as one to give away. All opinions are 100% mine. You can read my disclosure policy here.