Land O'Frost launches contest for women

by Meat&Poultry staff
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LANSING, Ill. — Starting on April 27 and ending May 7, Land O'Frost is calling for all women to submit the best advice they ever received from their mothers or other moms for a chance to win a luxurious spa weekend for themselves and a friend. Women can enter by visiting www.LandOMoms.com and sharing their favorite piece of advice they've been given over the years.

Land O'Frost will choose six winners and send them and a friend off for an all-expenses paid, three-day/two-night getaway at the nationally renowned Kohler Waters Spa in Kohler, Wis. Winners will also be invited to share their thoughts on several of the company's products and what is important to them in the grocery aisle in an exclusive idea exchange with the company.

"Mom's opinion is vitally important to what we do at Land O'Frost, and it is why we created LandOMoms.com," said Stephan Williams, vice president of marketing. "As a family-run company, we've been reaching families across the country with our products for over 50 years, so this is a tremendous chance for us to tap into great advice from our consumers, while honoring all moms this Mother's Day. We look forward to reading some of the advice and connecting further with moms across America."

Land O'Frost will also donate $5 for every piece of "mom advice" submitted to New Moms Inc., a charity focused on helping young, single mothers get on their feet and provide for themselves and their children. New Moms Inc. offers programs to moms and their children, such as job training, cooperative living, support groups and childhood development.

For more details, visit www.LandOMoms.com.

Land O'Frost processes sliced packaged luncheon meats (beef, chicken, turkey, and ham), and is the largest family-owned brand of packaged deli meat in the U.S.

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