With the holiday hustle bustle and winter break behind us, the kids are heading back to school! It’s time to stock up the pantry with lunch box staples and ingredients for cozy weeknight family dinners and unexpected snow days.
When you’re restocking your cupboards, remember to pick up plenty of General Mills® products so that you can clip and donate the Box Tops to your child’s school. I have an envelope taped to the side of my fridge so that it’s easy to drop my Box Tops inside as I open products. When the envelope is full, I send it in to the school and start collecting them again.
So many of your favorite foods are part of the Box Tops for Education program, and you might not even realize it. I’ll bet you have Betty Crocker® cake mix and frosting or those delicious Betty Crocker® Potatoes and Hamburger Helper® on hand.
You probably even buy Mott’s® Apple Sauce and Betty Crocker® Fruit Roll-ups and Fruit Shapes for your children’s lunch boxes. Box Tops are on so many General Mills® products!
And now you can earn even more Box Tops at Food Lion® during the week of 1/7/15-1/13/15, plus be entered for the chance to win 100,000 Bonus Box Tops!
Offer: Get 20 Bonus Box Tops ($2.00 value to BTFE eligible school) when you buy ANY 5 participating General Mills products in a single shopping visit using your personal MVP card between 1/7/15 – 1/13/15 AND be automatically entered for a chance to win 100,000 Bonus Box Tops ($10,000 value to BTFE eligible school).
How the Box Tops for Education program works:
Find Box Tops on hundreds of General Mills® products.
Clip Box Tops from each package.
Send the Box Tops to your school of choice.
Each Box Top is worth 10 cents for the school.
Don’t miss your chance to start the new year with even more Box Tops! Be sure to visit Food Lion® between 1/7/15 – 1/13/15 to take advantage of the exclusive Bonus Box Tops for Education offer at Food Lion!
Enter to win a $50 Food Lion gift card!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Food Lion® via Burst Media. The opinions and text are mine.