Friday, June 18, 2010

Giveaway- Glee Gum!

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Winner:
#45 Lillian

I heart gum! When I heard about Glee Gum and how their gum is ALL NATURAL I just knew I had to try it out. They sent our family several flavors to try out: Cinnamon, Spearmint, Tangerine, Bubble Gum and Triple Berry!

When it arrived my brother and his family happened to be over so I love to share the love! Everyone grabbed a few pieces of gum, which kind of reminded me of Chiclets in appearance. We all put on our test-taster caps and thoughtfully chewed the gum.



Everyone agreed that the gum has a nice smooth chew to it. It isn't chunky or grainy like some gum can be. And as with things that are natural (not containing harsh preservatives) the flavor is subtle. The chew of the gum makes up for it! I really enjoyed every single flavor, too. The gum disappeared incredibly fast and is going to be my new favorite stocking stuffer come Christmas!


Glee Gum also has make-your-own kits as well as a slideshow on how they make their gum from trees! Don't forget to use their store-locater to find their gum near you!

Here is MORE wonderful information on Glee Gum!

Glee Gum is all-natural, gluten-free chewing gum with no artificial coloring, flavoring, sweeteners nor preservatives. Glee Gum is the only gum in North America made the old-fashioned way, with chicle! Chicle is a natural tree sap harvested sustainably from the rainforests of Central America. Once all chewing gum was made with chicle, but today most gum is made entirely from synthetic stuff. Not Glee Gum! Glee Gum uses chicle because it is an eco-friendly way to help conserve the rainforest. Chicle is also what gives the gum such great, long-lasting chewing texture! Glee Gum is a “green” gum right down to the packaging, which is made from biodegradable, recycled cardboard. So chew with Glee, naturally!

And here's a brief description of our Candy Kits:
Available in Make Your Own Chocolate, Make Your Own Chewing Gum, and Make Your Own Gummies, these activity kits are all-natural, educational, and eco-friendly. With pre-packaged ingredients and easy-to-follow instructions, everyone aged 8 and up gets a real kick out of making candy from scratch. Focusing on the history behind and the origin of these candies, each kit is designed to captivate your interest, connect you to the global community, and create something yummy to eat in the process! 

This is one gum I don't mind giving to [older] children. It doesn't contain aspartame or preservatives, is low calorie and helps stave on the munchies (obesity is just way too prevalent right now!) So whether you've had Glee Gum or you're never heard of it before FIVE people are going to get some gum to try out!

WIN IT:
One winner is going to receive multiple packs of Glee Gum!

To Enter:

MANDATORY:
Visit Glee Gum and tell me something about the company!  (one comment only)!

For 1 extra entry per item below 
(please leave a NEW comment for each one):
-If you follow Girly Girl Giveaways publicly via Google Friend Connect. If you say you follow but I can't find this blog on your 'following list' all of your entries are disqualified.
-If you follow @girlygiveaways on Twitter
-If you are a Girly Girl Giveaways fan on Facebook
-If you follow on Networked Blogs (right sidebar)
-If you follow Glee Gum on Twitter
-If you follow Glee Gum on Facebook



You may gain 5 additional entries for either of the following 
(please leave five comments for each one):
-If you have my Girly Girl Giveaways button on your blog (please provide link)

CONTINENTAL USA ONLY!


It will end at 6/25
A winner will be chosen at random and will have 48 hours to respond.
Please make sure you have a way for me to contact you (email in profile or in comments).

All opinions expressed herein are entirely my own; I was not compensated for them. Thank you Glee Gum for this opportunity!

60 comments:

  1. i like that glee gum also makes chocolate and gummies!

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  6. There is NO aspartame in Glee gum :)

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  12. You can get make your own candy kits, how fun!!

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  15. i learned there is no aspartame in Glee gum, which is important since family members have allergies to it!

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  18. I learned that they sell the Glee Gum Dispenser too

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  34. I like that you can make your own candy kits!

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  35. The main natural flavoring components in Glee Bubblegum Flavor Gum are lemon, orange, vanilla, and cinnamon. Surprising, huh?

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