This is a sponsored post by Buddig but the content and opinions expressed are my own.
Today, I’ve got something really special to share! I’m partnering with Buddig to celebrate their 75th anniversary of feeding families! And because meal making is not just about making sandwiches, Buddig would also like to celebrate thank the ‘meal makers’ in our lives with a special video contest!
I’m sure you’re familiar with Buddig, the company known for offering the best thin-sliced lunchmeats. You can find their premium deli meats in the cold cuts section in the grocery stores throughout the US. But did you know that Carl Buddig and Company is based in Homewood, Illinois and is a owned and run by third generation Buddig family members with the fourth generation recently joining the organization?! Not many companies can say that, so that’s pretty impressive in today’s business market.
Buddig ‘Meal Makers’ Giveaway
To celebrate their 75 years of feeding family traditions, Buddig would also like to celebrate the ‘meal makers’ in our lives by giving away up to $75,000 in prizes! All you have to do is create a one-minute video thanking the ‘meal maker’ in your life. Then, submit your video to the Buddig website, under the “Share Your Story’ tab. Each submission will be eligible to win up to $25,000!
- Grand Prize Winner -One (1) winner will be awarded $25,000 and will receive a product prize pack with a value of $125.
- First Prize – Four (4) candidates will receive $7,500.
- Second Prize – Twenty (20) candidates will receive $750.
- Additional Prizes – Throughout the 13-week promotion, five (5) candidates will be selected to receive $75 each week.
Candidates must be 18 years or older to submit an entry. The promotion is open to all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Limited to one submission per household. Deadline to submit videos is August 31, 2018 at 11:59 p.m. CST. To upload your video and for more information, visit the Buddig website.
Thank the ‘Meal Makers’ Video – Thank You Grandma
For me, my special ‘meal maker’ was my grandmother, who made me breakfast every morning throughout my entire childhood. I recently loss her last year, and I miss her dearly. However, I always smile when I think of her because some of my best childhood memories are those early mornings just hanging out at her house, watching early morning cartoons, and eating scrambled eggs and French toast (one of my favorites). What made those early mornings even more special was that I was the only grandchild that had one on one time with her during the weekdays. I loved it! I mean, who doesn’t love grandma taking care of you and being fed home cooked breakfasts?! So for that and so much more, I thank my grandmother for being my ‘meal maker’. Watch my thank you video below ⇓⇓
So what are you waiting for?! Make a video and thank the ‘meal makers’ that have impacted your life, fed your belly, and brought your family closer together.