Okay, I had a few days to get back down to earth after an amazing time at the Box Top University in Minneapolis. I’ve shared a bunch of posts the last few weeks, be sure to check them all out.
While I was at the Box Top University, I had the pleasure of getting to know some wonderful people that are working in the Box Top Team at General Mills.
Sara Weis of Marketing at General Mills on Box Tops for Education was just wonderful and full of knowledge; I loved that she also is a mom and involved herself in the Box Top program with her children’s school; not only is she part of marketing but she also does what she preaches Love it.
A fellow blogger, who is a sweetheart – Carolina Mama- who attended Box Top University with me created a little video and she allowed me to share it with my readers, that way you can see how sweet Sara is and how much she loves the Box Top program. Thanks to Carolina Mama for allowing me to use her video.
I also found out that Box Top supports Home School programs, I had a lot of readers ask me of how it would work. You have to be part of a Homeschool group, which most Home Schoolers are, if your group has 15 or more start collecting those Box Tops and turn them in for your Homeschool group, that’s that simple.
General Mills has an entire page on their Box Top website telling you how Box Tops work and what you can and can not do, be sure to check it out HERE.
Such a wonderful program and I think EVERY school should be part of it, it’s FREE money to your school with little involvement and also no money out of your pocket, all you have to do is keep the Box Tops from the many General Mills products that you already buy anyways, turn them in to your school or donate them to a school of your choice and that’s it. Your good deed has been done
I was provided a trip to the Box Top University 2011 courtesy of General Mills, all opinions are 100% my own and I was not asked to write this post