Feb. 27, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- At Valpak, we love to save consumers money, and we want to know what they love! Seizing upon the theme of love and of
, Valpak asked Facebook fans what they love and asked them to share.
Since the "Show Us What You Love" Sweepstakes started last month, Valpak has had an overwhelming response. Photographs of adorable babies, furry puppies and sunny beaches filled with families – have been sent in through the
Consumers have a chance to share the places, people, and things that give them the warm fuzzies, for a chance to win cash in the first ever Facebook promotion featured on the front of the Valpak envelope.
The promotion continues through
and will award two
grand prize winners
each to spend on what they love. In addition, 50 entrants will instantly win
during the sweepstakes period.
This is Valpak's first ever envelope promotion that drives consumers to Facebook to enter to win. Fans submit photos as part of their entry and they could be featured on the Valpak Facebook page and on Valpak.com as the fan photo of the week.
Winners of Valpak's "Show Us What You Love" say:
- "Thank you so much Valpak for my instant win. I'm so excited and happy. I have been saving $ to take my little girl to Disney this summer and this will help. Thanks again to all your staff. - Michelle B.
- THANK YOU- THANK YOU and THANK YOU for my $50 instant win!! What a great way to start a Monday morning!!! - Lori R.
- Yeah for ME!!! I WON $50.00 at the instant game!!! Thanks sooooo much Valpak!!!!!!!!!! - Kathy H.
- I just won $50 in for entering the Show Us What You Love! Can you believe it? - Robert H.
"At Valpak, we really do love to save consumers money -- it's all that we think about," said
, vice president of marketing at Valpak. "Through our Facebook platform, we really get to know our audience as we get to have conversations with them every day."
"We want to deliver values and talk to more consumers on wherever they are including Facebook, and learn about the things that they love so that we can better serve them," said Sullivan.