Sunday, August 8, 2010

Nature Valley National Parks Project Review & Giveaway

Nature Valley has recently teamed up with the National Park Project to help preserve our natural parks.  Every wrapper that someone sends in to them will be recycled and they will also donate $0.10 for every wrapper to the conservation on the national parks.

If you would like to send your Nature Valley wrappers to help the National Park Projects, here is the address:
National Parks Project
PO Box 450328
El Paso, TX 88545-0328
If you would like to learn more about how you can help the National Park Project, check out their website at Preservetheparks.com.  You can also follow Nature Valley on facebook and twitter to follow their conservation efforts.

 MyBlogSpark gave me the opportunity to try some Nature Valley granola bars myself.  They sent me a gift pack including Nature Valley Oats & Honey granola bars (as you can tell, I ate one before I took the picture), a mini backpack, a military grade compass, a solar-powered flashlight keychain, a water bottle, and a copy of Patricia Shultz's 1,000 Places to See Before You Die.  
The Nature Valley granola bars were absolutely delicious.  They were a little too crunchy for my liking, but the flavor was very tasty.  They didn't taste artificial at all.  These bars are great to throw in your bag for a quick treat on the run.  
*Giveaway*
MyBlogSpark and Nature Valley are also offering a prize pack up to one of my lucky readers.
Mandatory entry: Share which National Park your family would most like to visit and why.

Extra Entries:
- Be a follower of Wife on a Budget.
- Follow Bride on a Budget on twitter.
- Tweet about the giveaway.  Please include @brideonbudget & #myblogspark in your tweet.
- Write a blog post about your favorite national park experience & include a link to the giveaway.
- Send your Nature Valley wrappers to be recycled.

The giveaway will end on Friday, August 13th at 5pm EST.  This giveaway is open to US residents only.  Please make sure I have a way to contact you, whether you leave your email in your comment or it's on your blogger profile page.

MyBlogSpark & Nature Valley provided me with a gift pack to review and are also providing the one to giveaway.

5 comments:

  1. I've wanted to visit Yellowstone since I was a a child

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  3. Definitely Yellowstone! I've heard so many great things about taking a camper there and having a nice family vacation!

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  5. I would most like to visit the Tongass National Forest. It's so pretty and unique.

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