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It’s All About the Love Contest #CDNChickenLuv-Canadian Chicken Farmers

May 29, 2013

I love Chicken – it is such a versatile meat, full of great protein and nutrients, can be used in so many different recipes, and is also naturally gluten free. I also love that it has both white and dark meat, as not everyone prefers just the one!   Are you as crazy about Chicken as I am?

Well, Chicken Farmers of Canada want to hear why you love  Canadian Chicken so much, and you have the chance to WIN 1 of 3 fabulous prizes!!  Such a great contest and fabulous prizes! Each Canada Day, Canadian Chicken hosts a party on Capitol Hill, Ottawa to celebrate, wouldn’t you like to go?

Chicken Farmers - All about the Love contest

Canadian Chicken: It’s All About the Love Contest:  In 100 words or less, tell us why you love  Canadian Chicken and enter the Canadian Chicken – It’s All About the Love Contest by June 12, 2013,  for your chance to WIN one of the great prizes below!


First Prize: a trip for 4 to Ottawa and accommodations at the Westin from June 30-July 2nd, 2013, plus $500 donation to the food bank of your choice. (Including sponsor swag and gifts). Approximate value up to $4,300 depending on winner’s location.

Second Prize: Sponsor swag and $250 donation to the food bank of your choice.

Third Prize: Sponsor swag and $100 donation to the food bank of your choice.

Twitter Party

Join in the twitter party fun on Wednesday, June 5th, 2013 @ 8pm EST for your chance to win prizes, learn more about the contest, Canadian chicken, & get awesome tips!

Use Hashtag: #CDNChickenLuv.

RSVP here

Be sure to follow all the twitter handles below as well!
Host: @ChickenFarmers, @ChickenDotCA,@MapleLeafPrime
Moderators: @ShesConnected
Prizing: @bloggerwomen
Head on over to  for more information about recipes, cooking with chicken, and the health benefits of chicken.
*Disclosure – I received compensation as a thank you from Chicken Farmers of Canada; the opinions on this blog are my own.