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We are HUGE Jason’s Deli fans in our family, and eat there 3-4 times a month. The boys love the kids’ meals, the muffins, and of course the ice cream. We love the food and the organic ingredients (and the fact that the boys eat well there), and how friendly everyone is at our local location.
When I heard about an opportunity to help promote their Sandwich Shuffle competition, I couldn’t pass that up. This is a fun contest where you design your own sandwich at SandwichShuffle.com and then enter to win. Win what, you ask?
Pretty good reason to play, right? Each week four $100 gift cards will be awarded to the contestants that have submitted their entry. There will also be a $5,000 grand prize winner (the sandwich that receives the most votes), a $2,000 prize & a $1,000 prize.
It’s really easy (and fun) to enter. Just build your dream sandwich, then share with friends and family and get them to vote for your creation!
I included Herbed Foccacia bread, meatballs, pepperoni, asiago & provolone cheeses, Roma tomatoes, and basil pesto on my sandwich – it sounds like something Brian would choose.
I was sent some fun t-shirts and some gift cards to help promote this contest – LOVE these shirts! I shared some of them to spread the word about the contest with friends at work:
Aren’t they fun? And guess what…
Three lucky readers will each win a prize – two winners will get one t-shirt each, and one winner will get $25 in gift cards to Jason’s Deli! This contest is open to all U.S. residents aged 18+. Entries will be accepted until the end of the day (midnight Central) Wednesday, July 11. By entering this giveaway you agree to the Official Rules.
Note: I received t-shirts and gift cards from Jason’s Deli, some of which I used and some which were given away. All opinions are honest and are my own.