Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Edible Arrangements Supports MS (and a giveaway)


Have you heard of Edible Arrangements?
If not you are missing out.  Working in a hospital I'm fortunate to sample these often (thanks to the generosity of  patients).
They are adorable and delicious!  I especially love when there is chocolate covered fruit in them.
The National MS Society has partnered with Edible Arrangements again this year.  During the month of March for every Orange Blossom that is purchased Edible Arrangements will donate $5 to the National MS Society!
Last year they donated $10,000 to the Greater New England Chapter!
 So you or someone you love gets a delicious fruit arrangement and the National MS Society gets a donation.  
Win, win!  By purchasing an Orange Blossom you do two nice things at once.  What could be better!?
 For the second year in a row Edible Arrangements has offered to give an Orange Blossom to one of my blog readers!  I'm so excited for one of you to win this. 
So you have a chance to win one for yourself or to send as a gift!
a Rafflecopter giveaway

If you can't wait go ahead and order one now by telephone at 1-877-DO-FRUIT or online at ediblearrangements.com


For those of you who may be new to my blog, I have a very personal connection to MS.  I was diagnosed in September 2008 and have committed myself to raising awareness and raising money for MS.

I do believe we will find a cure.  I'm so thankful to companies like Edible Arrangements who support MS research!

     

17 comments:

  1. This is very cool! I love Edible Arrangements, though I haven't had one in a loooong time.

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  2. I would love to have this at home for my kids!

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  3. I was dreaming this morning about what I'd do if I won the lottery, and which of my Walk MS & MS Challenge walk friend I'd surprise with a bigger than usual donation. (You're one of them.)

    Anyway, if I won the Edible Arrangement I'd probably bring it up to Peabody to share with my Mom. She's the reason I started fundraising for the National MS Society.

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  4. What's the last entry option mean? "Follow Jodi Bean's Blog via GFC"

    You're in my RSS reader, but I don't think that's what it means.

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  5. My parents.
    They have been through a lot health wise this past year (my mother had two open heart surgeries and then some bleeding issues and my father had a stroke and a few melanoma surgeries).

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  6. These arrangements look so pretty...and edible. I would like to win one

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  7. I think I'd enjoy it myself, lol. Really, I'd probably bring it in and put it out as a snack for my co-workers.

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  8. I'd send it to my mom! I know it would brighten her day and she LOVES edible arrangements!

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  9. It's so great that they're supporting such a great cause! I'd send it to my mother in law! :-)

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  10. Yay!! I'd totally keep this for me-- I've wanted to try one for SO long but never have.

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  11. HOW IS IT POSSIBLE THAT I VISIT YOUR BLOG REGULARLY AND WASN'T FOLLOWING YOU?! Sorry for the caps, I just am in shock. I'm sorry. I get used to visiting blogs and sometimes don't realize I wasn't already following :(

    Anyways, If I won I'd give this to my mom for her birthday :)

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  12. This is great! I can't say no to the chocolate-dipped pineapple :)

    Alyssa
    www.ruffleandcurl.com

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  13. What a wonderful giveaway! I tweeted about it to my followers xo

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  14. man i hear you, i am so sick of the snow! Looks like a great weekend, that food and table decor all look amazing!!

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