If you already drop an applesauce pouch into your child’s lunch every day, this sweepstake is too good to pass up. But if a year’s supply of applesauce and apple juice sounds like a lot, maybe checking out Mott’s recipe collection will change your mind. The recipes range from roasted pork to mustard glaze to carrot cake. It seems there are plenty of ways to get creative in the kitchen with apples!
To register, just post a photo to Twitter or Instagram now through Aug. 30 that includes your child alone performing, demonstrating or participating in an activity or hobby that they consider their passion, and include a brief description. Be sure your post is public, that you follow Mott’s on Twitter and/or Instagram, tag @Motts and use the hashtags #ClearPassion and #Sweepstakes.
A random drawing will be conducted on or about Sept. 10, Motts says. Odds of winning will depend on the total number of eligible entries received, but the entries will not be judged, so the content of the entry will not increase or decrease your chances of winning a prize.
There is a limit of two entries per person — including multiple Twitter or Instagram accounts — per household and per email address, and a limit of one entry per entry method.
By posting, you will be entered to win free products for a year. Five lucky winners will also have the opportunity to have their child’s passion amplified with exciting prizes specific to his or her personal interests, the company says.
One grand prize winner will receive a $1,000 “passion prize” of the winner’s choice that is related to the passion activity or hobby included in the entry, plus a one-year supply of Mott’s products, awarded in the form of coupons good toward the purchase of any of their products. The total estimated retail value of the grand prize is $1,500.
Four $500 passion prizes will also be given away, and just like the grand prize, they’ll be related to the passion activity or hobby included in the entry at the sponsor’s sole discretion.
You can read the official rules for the #clearpassion sweepstakes by visiting Mott’s website.
What is your child’s passion?