Have any of you heard about the My Coke Rewards Program?
I would guess that the majority of you have at least heard of it, but if you’re like me, you’ve yet to hear about the My Coke rewards for schools program. It is new to me, but it is such a worthwhile program that I felt the need to share it with all of you.
With this program you can donate points to your school to earn things like books, arts supplies, and sports equipment. It seems like lately that all of the extra curricular activates are being cut from school programs due to budget restraints, this is an amazing way to get them back! Once you sign up, you can start donating points immediately.
And from July 13th-September 30th (Parker’s birthday!) Sprite is giving away 25 playgrounds, worth $25,000, to schools, and are giving consumers who purchase and enter a code from any package of Sprite/Sprite Zero an entry into the sweepstakes to help their school win. Every ne school registered get a chance to win! Plus, every 3 points entered in from each school will enter in that particular school with additional entries.
Here’s how it works:
You purchase your favorite Coca-Cola product, enter it in on the MyCokeRewards website, and choose your school! Then you can pick the number of points to donate.
if your school isn’t registered,identify a school manager to manage your school’s account. Then go to mycokerewards.com/schools and click on “Register Today” to find your school and complete the registration process.
From there, spread the word!
This is an amazing program, I can not encourage you enough to take part in it!
I urge you to register your child’s school, or encourage your school board to do so!
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