Monday, December 19, 2011

Cheerios Holiday Cheer ** GIVEAWAY **




When our troops are called to serve, their families must rise to meet the challenges of service as well. To thank them, Cheerios® and the USO have partnered in a postcard campaign that spreads Cheer directly to these honorable military families and supports USO programs.

Here’s how it works:
  • Now through November, 2011 at your local grocer, specially-marked boxes of Cheerios cereal will feature Cheer postcards on the front of the box. Consumers can simply 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.

  • To kick off the campaign, 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.
Sending a “Cheer” postcard is a simple way to say thanks and lift the spirits of our country’s military families. So, take a moment out of your day to spread some Cheer and send a message of thanks!


Enter now to win:


  • 1 Cheerios cereal bowl
  • 1 Cheerios cereal spoon
  • 1 cereal dispenser
  • 1 “Cheer” box of Cheerios
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Disclosure: Cheerios cereal, information, and giveaway have been provided by General Mills through MyBlogSpark.

13 comments:

April G said...

I would write: thank you so much for your service and sacrifice. It does not go unnoticed.

latanya said...

Thank you for all that you do! May God Bless you.

Diddlepoyner said...

I would write about the great job that the troops are doing and thank them for the sacrifice they are doing.

Hallie said...

Being a military wife, I am so touched that a company would do this! I would write that I am praying for them and thankyou for all the sacrifices they make for us every single day!

Amdierm said...

Thank you for all that you do and know that our thoughts and prayers are with you every day. You do what the rest of us aren't strong enough to do, and we thank you every day.

Angie said...

I would tell them thanks for all they've done and I hope they get to come home to their families soon

Angie B.

Janet Boyanton said...

I would tell them how much we appreciate their service to the country.
jboyanto at swbell dot net

eclairre said...

I would write a letter of appreciation. Not sure exactly what it'd say. I want to be very grateful.

Jo said...

I would write something like your sacrifice is much appriciated and not taken for granted.

Chica said...

Thank you for your service and dedication. May God bless you and your family.

saavylistener said...

I would write them a holiday poem something that rhymes to cheer them up ! A little something to raise their spirits if they're away from their families and to let them know they are appreciated not forgotten.

Andrea Skoog said...

As an Army Veteran and a Active Marine wife I would Thank them for serving 24/7 even when our Country doesnt support them or threatens not to pay them. Their service doesnt go un-noticed and their strength and bravery shines through their Pride!

Andrea Skoog said...

As an Army Veteran and a Active Marine wife I would Thank them for serving 24/7 even when our Country doesnt support them or threatens not to pay them. Their service doesnt go un-noticed and their strength and bravery shines through their Pride!