Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Giveaway Tuesday #1!

OK, friends, here's the deal. Uncle Lynn, The Pop'r King, has given me permission to inaugurate Our First Ever Giveaway Tuesday. Here's how Giveaway Tuesday #1 will work.

If you're interested in winning 2 Free Jars of Pop'rs (you pick the flavors!), you need to follow these Five Easy Steps:
  1. If you'd like to enter the contest, please e-mail us at sales@poprs.com . Please write the title of the contest (Giveaway Tuesday #1) in the subject line of your e-mail. In the body of the e-mail, please write your Name, Address, E-Mail, Blog Title (if you're a Blogger--you don't have to be a Blogger to enter!) & Phone Number (we FedEx in the summer, so the product arrives fresh and tasty at your doorstep!).
  2. Then, please write a short post in the comment box for today's post, Giveaway Tuesday #1, explaining the food your kids or another member of your family dislikes the most and What Flavor of Pop'rs you would use to jazz it up to make it more appealing.
  3. After you post on our blog, please post the same comment, with a reference & a link to Eat Your Veggies! on your blog. The way we see it, The More the Merrier!
  4. Comments must be made on this post and your info sent to sales@poprs.com by Sunday, June 29! Uncle Lynn, The Pop'r King, says he'll send 2 Pop'rs Flavors of Your Choice to 10 contestants, selected at random.
  5. When you win (yes, we believe that the glass is always half-full) & receive your Free Pop'rs, we'd be mighty pleased if you'd agree to try our product on several different foods, & Blog All About It.

Dear Readers: We Believe in Our Product & in Our Blogging Buddies! So, please, Put Your Thinking Caps On! Everyone knows there's No Free Lunch. But there are Free Pop'rs, & they're oh-so-easy to win!

23 comments:

Megan & Ryan Reed (see our blog too!) said...

We thought we were in the clear with Jospeh (3) being such a great eater. He'll really eat ANYTHING. Then came Thomas(2), who won't touch anything green and even turns down many fruits. I'm interested in trying this new product, Popr's to flavor up those fruits & veggies. The cheddar would be great on veggies and the cinnamon on fruits.

Gina said...

My daughter doesn't like asparagus. Wonder if she'd eat it with Pop'rs?
However, I'd choose Cocoa and Cinnamon if we win!
We love the flavors that we already have! My girls beg for them!

Erinstopheles said...

I absolutely dislike green peas with a pation. Very few people in my family will eat them. I'm not sure if there is any way to make them better, but maybe the buffalo or taco would help them out.

Andrew said...

I'm up for anything! But in every family there are some who need an extra motivation to try their peas and carrots. My niece is a picky eater and I think the butter flavor would help her eat her veggies and the taco might help with meats and whatnot. (and the berry flavors would be great on cake or ice cream!!)

Melissa B. said...

Hmmmm...Let's see...One gal doesn't like peas and the other--no, wait a minute--they both HATE peas! The butter seasoning might be nice. What would happen if you put Color Burst on PEAS? I'd like to find out!

Genny said...

Not sure if I'll have time to do this on my blog, but wanted to comment and say great idea! My son doesn't like just about any veggie, and I could see how this would help!

Half-Pat Kissin' Time said...

This is a fun idea; I hope your brother gets the break he's looking for. I'm sure I won't have time to enter the contest this week (I'm still on vacation in California), but I'll be rooting for him! :)

kamewh said...

My children are not big veggie eaters in general but I would say what they dislike most is probably broccoli or brussel sprouts. I think the Buffalo or Butter would be great on those foods!

blueviolet said...

My daughter hates carrots and celery and I can't figure out why. She'll tolerate them raw if there's some kind of flavor covering up their true taste but she hates them cooked. She adores the flavor of cinnamon so I think that would be a great flavor cover up for her. My son hates the taste of squash and lima beans. He loves spicy flavors so I'm sure the taco and buffalo would be a great hit with him.

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Gillian said...

My daughter Megan has always been a poor eater. She eats like a bird most of the time and she has always hated eating her veggies. I even have to bribe her to eat fruit! I think the cocoa would be the perfect flavour for her to get her to eat her fruit and the cheese to get her to eat those dreaded veggies that she picks at. It would make me life a LOT easier.

holly K said...

When my kids were babies, they would eat anything and everything. My son now won't eat any vegetables, and my daughter will only eat broccoli. My son likes seasoned food, so this would be perfect for us. I think the taco flavor would suit him for any veg. I would love to try this! I also would love it if he would eat veggies!!

John Deere Mom said...

My kids don't like many cooked veggies, but they do love BUTTER! So I think I would try the butter flavor! :)

Sean Hogan said...

My sisters hate most veggies. I'm sure if I put some cocoa on them, they'd love veggies.

Or if not, more cocoa-covered veggies for me!

Lane Boyz Mom said...

If I could get my youngest one to eat ANYTHING other than chocolate or sugar coated stuff, I'd be living large, I tell you!! SO if I have to disguise the good stuff IN with something, hey...I'm game!

I'd love to try the cocoa and color burst flavors!!

Brandy said...

Anything green is usually snubbed at my house. I think a lil' sprinkle of that buffalo or taco pop'r may convince them to give broccoli or spinah a try. After all they love buffalo wings and tacos! LOL!!

Thanks for stopping by!

Brandy
http://imnotyouraveragesoccermom.blogspot.com

Rhea said...

Neat giveaway!

Deanna said...

I just blogged about trying to hide squash in food to try to get them to eat it. Maybe some butter or taco flavoring would entice them take more and more bites! What a great idea. And like my blog posting says... maybe it will encourage my husband to eat green beans?

http://ldgermany.blogspot.com/2008/06/you-think-my-husband-will-eat-green.html

Judy said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog! These look awesome - and such a variety of flavors! I'm on my way to remote-living for a while, so I won't be able to post about it, but man, it looks like a great idea! Good luck!

Lynda said...

Thanks for stopping by - the Popr's seem like a really interesting idea. Wonder if they'd work on my 16 year old?? I sure would like to find out!

Marla said...

tomoatoes.

Ever since I got prego the first time I can't stand them. My baby isn't a big fan of the veggies either

Sherri said...

Yeah!! I posted and emailed you! Thanks for visiting my blog!

Jena said...

My 5 y/o dd will only eat fruits and keeps telling me she'll like veggies when she "gets older!"-lol!! I'm thinking the chedder and taco would be the best bet to help her eat more veggies!!!

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