BK (Burger King) CROWN Program plus Giveaway #myblogspark

Life gets hectic. I don't need any evidence to prove that statement. There's work, school and play. Each has to fit neatly– or not so neatly– into a small window of opportunity. If a family is lucky enough they may actually be able to see each other for more than five minutes of any given day. And I call 'jackpot' if a family has the time to sit down to enjoy a meal together. Trust me, guilt can run rampant in a busy household. It's time to let it go!

Burger King has found a way for a family to enjoy food AND inspire a child's imagination while promoting charity, with their new BK CROWNTM/MC Program.
With the BK CROWNTM/MC Program, Burger King Corporation invites kids to tell BURGER KING® what matters to them most. BKC has established a fund to help support the Wildlife Conservation Society, National Parks Conservation Association, DonorsChoose.org and Have It Your Way™ Foundation. By visiting BKCrown.com, kids learn how BKC’s charitable partners make a difference. Upon entering BK CROWNTM/MC Codes and clicking on their favorite cause, each kid’s vote helps BK® choose which charity to give back to.
Whenever I am given the opportunity to donate or support a cause, I jump at the chance. Not matter the size of the donation, I find it rewarding to be able to give back to the community. With this program, Kaden can also learn the importance of helping others out. As the site says, "You're never too small to make a difference." We chose to support DonorsChoose.org . We have given to them in the past to help with education efforts.

There is also fun involved. We were sent a BK Crown box (as well as a gift card) to try out. It comes with a code redeemable on www.bkcrown.com to support a cause, fun activities on the box, and a ring toss game. Kaden and his cousin were occupied by the game for a few minutes. I even got in on the fun, but found out quickly that I wasn't so great. I mean, what does one expect from a game made of cardboard? Oh well, it was something to do.

Of course you have to visit Burger King to get your hands on one of these boxes. While you're there, you may want to take advantage of the “BK™ Family Bundle”.
For just $9.99 your family can enjoy the “BK™ Family Bundle” which includes a WHOPPER® sandwich, WHOPPER JR.® sandwich., two small fries, two small soft drinks and a Kids Meal. Now that’s a deal worth getting together for! Limited time only. Price and participation vary. Prices higher in HI. 
Gasp! Fast food. My goodness.

Yeah. It gets like that sometimes. Remember what I said at the beginning about the whole hectic thing? Convenience often plays a heavy role in some of my choices for a family meal. To each his own, and this is how we role. Besides, you can't beat this deal. And if this is not what you want to feed your family...then don't. Thank goodness for choices!

If the BK™ Family Bundle or the BK CROWNTM/MC Program sound like something you would be interested in trying, I have just the giveaway for you.

Thanks to My Blog Spark, I am able to offer (1) reader (1) $25 BURGER KING® Crown Card to purchase a kids meal featuring the BK CROWNTM/MC Program.

(1) $25 BURGER KING® Crown Card

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{giveaway rules}Giveaway ends 12/11/2011 at 11:59 PM EST. Must be US Resident, 18+. Must perform required entry before additional entries can be counted. Please leave a valid email address or other method of contact. Winner will be chosen using Random.org and have 48 hours to respond to confirmation email. Another winner will be chosen if there is no response.

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The BK CROWNTM/MC Program prize pack, information and coupon have been provided by Burger King Corporation through MyBlogSpark. All opinions and views are my own.

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