Thursday, April 01, 2010

Hershey's Basket Blog Hop

Easter baskets = bunnies and chocolate. Hershey's Chocolate has partnered with Children's Miracle Network to sponsor Hershey's Better Basket Blog Hop. For every participating blog post, Hershey's will donate $10 to Children's Miracle Network. Their goal is to reach $5000.

Since my house is home to some of the cutest bunnies, Easter or not, I wanted to share.


•Copy and paste these rules to your blog post.
•Create a blog post giving a virtual Easter Basket to another blogger – you can give as many Virtual Baskets as you want.
•Link back to person who gave you an Easter Basket.
•Let each person you are giving a Virtual Easter Basket know you have given them a Basket.
•Leave your link at comment section. You can also find the official rules of this #betterbasket blog hop, and more information about Better Basket with Hershey’s there.
•Hershey’s is donating $10 per each blog participating to the Better Basket Blog Hop to Children’s Miracle Network (up to total of $5,000 by blog posts written by April 4th, 2010).
•Please note that only one blog post by each blog url will count towards the donation.

No Fooling: I am passing on a virtual Easter baskets to all the parent- bloggers I know in hopes that you will take a few minutes to participate in this Blog Hop as well and help support Children’s Miracle Network. (And if you don't want the ears to that chocolate rabbit, I'll be happy to help you out. It's a dirty job, but someone has to eat it. Er, do it.)

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Blogger Royal Ranch said...

Hi Daisy,
I linked to this! Thanks for doing it and for the idea. You are a real peach! Judy

4/02/2010 7:19 AM  

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