No matter what your personal definition consists of, Dollar General's Every Day Heroes program has been honoring community heroes all throughout the year. From firemen to veterans to caregivers, this campaign has put the spotlight on groups of people that deserve plenty of thanks and recognition.
Considering how important they are to our lives, I couldn't have been happier to hear that throughout the month of September, Dollar General has teamed up with Procter & Gamble to celebrate schools and honor those that are near and dear to us right now: teachers.
While we all appreciate the importance of the schools in our communities, Dollar General has taken things further and is offering the opportunity show support by winning money for your school through its Write to Win Essay Contest.
At the same time, you can enter to win a prize for yourself, as your purchase of participating P&G products or Back to School Supplies just might win you a $500 gift card!
So, what makes your child's school special? Or his/her teacher a hero? Let Dollar General know and you might end up doing more than simply making them proud — you might win them a cash prize that they'll gladly put to use! But hurry, this contest ends on September 23rd, so don't miss your opportunity to show just how much your school means to you.
Thanks to the generosity of Procter & Gamble, one person will get to enjoy a sampling of products that help with school and every day life, because...
One lucky person will win a Dollar General P&G Prize Pack*!
*Prize Pack contains a Dollar General cosmetic bag with samples of Tide PODS, Cascade Action Pacs, Ultra Downy, Prilosec OTC and Scope Outlast mouthwash, as well as a Dollar General reusable sandwich container
(Enter with the Rafflecopter form below. If you have any questions or problems entering, there is a video tutorial found here that can help.)
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A big thank you to Procter & Gamble for providing Dollar General P&G Prize Pack for me as well as for one lucky giveaway winner. The opinions shared are my own and honest and if you really need to see more, click here to see how I roll.