Thursday, May 30, 2013

Dollar General Honors Military as Every Day Heroes in June‏ - Giveaway

My dad, both grandfather's, and several of my uncles have all served our country in different branches of the military.  My dad was stationed in Germany in the early 70's.  

In celebration of our nation’s brave soldiers who have returned from service and are making a difference in their communities, Procter & Gamble® has teamed up with Dollar General to honor our military as Every Day Heroes in June. Just as our military families have made a commitment to our country, Dollar General is committed to delivering valuable savings on America’s favorite brands every day.

To celebrate and honor military service, Dollar General chose Sparky Edwards as its Every Day Hero for June 2013. Sparky exemplifies the Every Day Hero. He is a retired, decorated military veteran who served in South Korea and in Iraq. Once an at-risk teenager, Sparky turned his life around with the help of a National Guard youth academy. The fresh start helped him earn his GED and enter the military. Today he is a successful business owner, pursuing his PhD and paying it forward by volunteering to mentor at-risk teenagers. 


Did you know that you can use yourr P&G brandSAVER coupons at Dollar General for even more savings on everyone’s favorite brands, like Tide, Gain, Downy and Febreze? Be sure to pick up the June P&G brandSAVER® in your local paper on Sunday, June 2.

Win It


One of Being Frugal and Making It Work’s Readers will win a
 Dollar General / P&G Prize Pack that includes:

Gain Fireworks- In-Wash Scent Booster for your Laundry
Gain Bar – Dryer Bar Lasts up to 3 Months
Febreze Car Clip – Eliminates Odors and Releases a Fresh Scent
$10 Dollar General Gift Card


This giveaway will end June 21st at Midnight EST.

*Mandatory entry must be completed before other entries will count*

The giveaway is open to US residents only, 18 years old or older.  The winner will be chosen at random via Rafflecopter, and the winner will be notified by e-mail. Make sure to leave your e-mail, or have your contact available on your blogger profile. The winner will have 48 hours to respond, and if there is no response another winner will be chosen.

Disclaimer: I received a complimentary prize pack and gift card for the purpose of writing a review and hosting a giveaway.  Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and/or believe will be a good fit for my readers.  The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely my own.  Results may vary. No monetary compensation was received.

32 comments:

Mami2jcn said...

My husband is my everyday hero.

Name on rafflecopter: Mary Happymommy

Joy N. said...

I asked the six year old; she said superman :)

Heather! said...

One of my heroes is my late grandfather. He was an amazing man...grew up very, very poor, but worked so very hard all his life, and he accomplished so much! He was a minister, so he had strong conviction and principles, but he was very well-educated and he saw all angles of a situation before making a judgment about it. He was a righteous and loving man, and also an incorrigible prankster, and I miss him so much!

suburban prep said...

My mother and my father

CindyWindy2003 said...

hero is my boyfriend he is so great always does the right thing, treats me great, good with people and animals, carawling(at)hotmail(Dot)com

MamaStace said...

My grandparents are my everyday hero. They're great people

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Randi said...

My husband...not only because he's a Marine, but because he's a wonderful man and father to our son! :)

Nancy said...

Oh, I have more than 1 hero: firefighters, police, hospital personnel, and the military are all my heroes.

Nancy
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Nancy said...

I entered the Simply 7 giveaway.

Nancy
allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

Laura said...

My hero is my husband! His patience, dependability, and love knows no bounds. He's so special to me!

Kathy said...

Everyone who is in public service!

janetfaye said...

My son is my hero.

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Angela said...

My mom is my hero.

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Seyma Bennett Shabbir said...

Both my parents, dad for serving 20+ years in Army and my mom!
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steve weber said...

my 2 sisters.

Tracy R said...

My hero is my late boyfriend. He was such a wonderful person. When I find myself in a moral dilema I often ask myself how he would handle it, and that gives me the answer on what I should do.

Jeanine B said...

My husband, a Viet Nam vet who was diagnosed with lung cancer. He was given a year to live last June after his cancer metastasized to his brain. We just got news from the doctor and his scan just came back clean- praise the Lord!

Courtnie Miller said...

My boyfriend is my hero

Cheryl said...

My grandmother who was widowed at 30 in 1933 and kept her three kids together and raised them on a dime.

Rebecca Shockley said...

My dad, he has always been there for me and he's the best grandfather a kid could want!!!

Carmen said...

My Mom is my hero. She has been through so much in her life and still has a amazing attitude :)

Peggy Damon said...

my kids are my hero, they are everything I want them to be and more!

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Susan C said...

My sister is my hero

Carmen Van Deursen said...

My sister is my hero.

Cassandra Eastman said...

My husband is my hero!

Marti Parks said...

My hero is my fiancee Jorge. He is the hardest working person that I've ever met in my life and he will easily sacrifice for his loved ones.

RealtorSD said...

My mom :)
Sarah at realtorsd.com

latanya t said...

my husband

Roscoe Ramblings said...

My husband is my hero!

Courtney B said...

my mom is my hero :)

Barb Price said...

I don't use "hero" often but I think our local first responders are heros.

Heather R said...

My father is my hero

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