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Prairie Farms host a new Holidays at Home sweepstakes


The holidays are upon us again and even though they look a little different this year, Prairie Farms invites holiday revelers to celebrate by entering their Holidays at Home sweepstakes for a chance to win weekly dairy prize packages! This is a great opportunity to spread some cheer during this unusual year while also celebrating dairy farmers.

From now through the end of the year, five weekly Grand Prize Winners will receive $100 in dairy prize packages consisting of $100 in Prairie Farms Gift Coupons good towards the purchase of Prairie Farms and or North Star branded products.

As a bonus, Prairie Farms is also giving back to charities enrolled in its charitable giving program, Our Caps,Your Cause. Vote now for your favorite ‘Our Caps Your Cause’ charity and each week the top 31 charities, determined by the highest number of votes from contest entries, will receive 1,000 bonus cap credits —
that’s $50 for each charity.

Celebrating the season at home is easy with Prairie Farm’s coupons that can also be found on the ‘Holidays at Home’ page. Use those savings to bake something great for the holidays. Follow along as Corporate Chef, Rob Lagerlof, demonstrates in a variety of videos and recipes how to make some classic
holiday favorites using Prairie Farms products like sour cream, chocolate custard, and cottage cheese.

“Our Holidays at Home Sweepstakes are about celebrating the holiday season with smaller groups of family and friends this year while also recognizing there’s still room for fun,” said Rebecca Leinenbach, Vice President of Marketing and Communications for Prairie Farms Dairy. “It’s a great way to celebrate the season while
supporting local dairy farmers and charities.”

Full details of the promotion can be found on their sweepstakes webpage

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