The Mayans predicted that today – 12/21/12 – would be earth’s final day. JELL-O isn’t ready to accept that fate for anyone, so, in an attempt to appease the Mayan Gods, they’ve launched their Fun to the Rescue campaign in order to save the earth. Take a look…
JELLO wants to send 2 Blogfully readers a coupon for FREE JELL-O pudding
THE FINE PRINT:
~ (should the world continue to turn) This GIVEAWAY ENDS ON 01/01/13 (@ 11:59 PM CST)
~ TWO (2) Blogfully readers will be drawn using Giveaway Tools & will be announced using the same
~ Winners will be contacted via email after giveaway has ended and he/she will have just 48 hours to reply to their winning notification or winner forfeits the prize and another winner will be drawn.
~ This giveaway is opened to US residents 18 years old or older
~ For more information on how contests are run, please read Blogfully’s Rules.
~ Entering this giveaway means that you accept both my rules & disclosure.
~ Also, Please add barb @ blogfully.net to your safe senders list to ensure delivery of your winning notification.
Thank you and good luck!!!
Disclosure: Nothing was provided for this post – all thoughts are my own – I love JELLO and this was a super fun “attempt” to save the earth so I wanted to do this giveaway! Happy 12/21/12 everyone! May we see 12/22/12 and beyond
As part of their mission to “fun things up,” other elements launching today include:
A partnership with Someecards to offer end-of-the-world-inspired, electronic greeting cards. http://some.ly/Y2uDpk
To understand Americans’ perceptions about the Mayan apocalypse JELL-O commissioned a national survey…
Full survey statistics*:
96% of Americans agree with JELL-O that the world won’t end
82% of Americans would “party like there’s no tomorrow” if the Mayan prediction were in fact true. Just 18% would “hide under their bed.”
If the world were to end, Americans would be most excited about never having to pay taxes again (52%), followed by 24% never counting calories again.
*According to a JELL-O survey conducted by Wakefield Research among 1,000 nationally representative U.S. adults, ages 18 and older, on November 28 – December 4, 2012.