“This post is part of a sponsored campaign with Excedrin and MomSelect. All thoughts and opinions are my own.”
Going back to school can be exciting and stressful – for some, it can also be a bit of a headache! According to a recent survey by the makers of Excedrin®, more than one-third of parents* cite getting themselves (41%) and their children (43%) back on a schedule at the top of the list of things that might cause their headaches during the back to school season.
Back to school typically brings Mom lots of stress, figuring out school supplies, lunches, clothes, etc. Luckily, headaches are rare in our household, but they do pay a visit every so often – especially when preparing to go back to school.
For us, Excedrin is something we put on our shopping list, along with things like pencils, folders, crayons and markers. The good news is, with that purchase, you’re able to enter for a 1 in 5 chance to win $10,000 for your child’s school through the “Help Your School Excel with Excedrin” Sweepstakes! Simply visit Facebook.com/Excedrin to enter.
“Help Your School Excel with Excedrin”
Entering the “Help Your School Excel with Excedrin” sweepstakes is simple. Grab your chance to be one of five lucky winners, by visiting Facebook.com/Excedrin. Entry consists of some general information and entry of an Excedrin UPC code by September 15th, 2013.
NO PURCHASE OR PAYMENT OF ANY KIND IS NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. A PURCHASE WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING. Runs 8/15/13 at 9:00:00 AM CDT to 9/15/13 at 11:59:59 PM CDT. Must be 18+, a legal resident of the 50 U.S./D.C., & have a valid email address & Facebook account. See www.facebook.com/excedrin for rules. To enter for free, hand-print your full name, address, phone number, date of birth, email address, and name of school, and mail to: “Help Your School Excel With Excedrin® – Free to enter”, PO Box 11387 South Bend, IN 46634-0387, postmarked by 9/16/13 and received by 9/23/13. Void where prohibited. Sponsor: Novartis Consumer Health, Inc.
* Parents that can name at least one thing that might cause a headache during the back to school season.