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$10K College Scholarship Sweepstakes from Parent's Choice

This post brought to you by PBM Products. All opinions are 100% mine.

Want to win $10,000 to add to your kiddo's college fund?  Then head over to Parent’s Choice Infant Formula Savings Sweepstakes to enter for a chance to win $10k in the form of a College Savings 529 plan.  Entries are open now until August 1st, 2011.

I think it is really neat that Parent's Choice is partnering up with PBM Products to create this sweepstakes (no purchase necessary of course).  I have been using Parent's Choice formula for Ms. V, and according to the Savings Calculator on the Parent's Choice web-site, I am saving over $400 a year by using Parent's Choice over Similac.  That is a big savings!  Think of how many diapers that will buy.

You can purchase Parent's Choice formula at your local Wal-mart.  If you want to try Parent's Formula for free, head on over to their site and fill out the sample request form.  Since they have been creating/selling their formula for the past 13 years, you can have confidence that it is just as 'good' as the name brand.  Ms. V is doing fantastic on Parent's Choice Sensitivity formula, after switching from the Similac version about two months ago.   - "Remember to consult your pediatrician on your infant formula choices and issues with switching baby formulas." from Parent's Choice site. -

Since I am hoping both Ms. V and Ms. E will want to go onto college I am definitely entering this sweepstakes/giveaway.  Hope you take the time to enter too, and good luck {but my finger are crossed that I win, LOL}.


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