Whenever I tell people that I am a Laughing Cow community leader they always say, “I love Laughing Cow cheese.” That exact reason is why I am an such an enthusiastic ambassador. I’m thrilled today to be able to share a giveaway with all of you that is being sponsored by Laughing Cow and is going to potentially get you a $2 off coupon! Laughing Cow is celebrating the back-to-school season with the launch of the “Back-To-School” smiles gallery!
- Take a picture of your favorite student with their lunch box or simply take a picture of yourself with your lunch!
- Visit The Laughing Cow facebook fan page
- Follow the directions to upload a photo BEFORE 9/30/11
- You’ll need to enter your information and an organization or school if you want
- Click invite friends to win a snack break!
That is it! You are all done. Now, just wait and watch the amount of money grow in the piggy bank. The more photo uploads, the biggest the coupon!
Now here is the cool part… The organization or school that uploads the most photos will win a delicious snack break. If you’re a teacher, get your classroom or coworkers involved! If your in an organization like the Junior League, send this out to your fellow league ladies! Get your whole sports team to even join in on the fun. The organization (school, sports team, office, etc.) with the most photo entries wins a snack break for up to 100 participants! Winner will be notified by October 14th.
Speaking of Laughing Cow, today my newest blog post is being featured. It’s one of my favorites in a long time. Here is an excerpt:
Gym memberships can be pricey but are well worth it. Investing in your health in the long run will actually save you money! In 2008, the estimated cost of obesity was said to be $147 billion. Paying for medical tests and monthly medications is no doubt more costly than a gym membership. Now that you have decided to join, find out how you can make the most out of your gym membership:
There are many options when it comes to choosing the right gym. Some health insurance companies will give you money for joining! Check to see if your insurance provider will reimburse you part of the costs for being a member. Before April 1st, ask your gym for a copy of your contract – if you did not save it – and a receipt of your monthly payments. Send both into your insurance company for a check that may range from $150 to $500! Also, check online to see if your health care provider has secured a reduced cost for its members at a nearby gym.
Read the rest of the article here.