Enter for your chance to win four new, professional series kitchen appliances by Frigidaire. The stainless steel kitchen appliances — oven, refrigerator, dishwasher and microwave – are the grand prize in the “Sister Schubert’s On a Roll Recipe Contest”.
As you can tell by the name, it’s a recipe contest, and the T. Marzetti Company wants you to submit your original recipes made with any variety of Sister Schubert’s Homemade Rolls. Entries will be judged on originality, taste appeal, simplicity and appearance, and can be entered in one of four categories: Breakfast & Brunch, Anytime Snacks, Holiday & Parties and Dinnertime Meals.
The first runner-up prize isn’t too shabby either, $1,000 in cash; the first 500 entries will receive a $1.00-off Internet coupon for any Sister Schubert’s item.
Zero-interest appliance loans and appliance rebate programs for Fort Collins, Colorado
Fort Collins Utilities are offering lots of incentives to get people to switch to energy-efficient appliances.
Here’s a story about all the appliance-related programs available to folks in Fort Collins, Colorado. According to an article by the Coloradoan.com Website, Fort Collins Utilities are offering zero-interest loans to their customers to buy new clothes and dish washers. For more information visit their website: www.fcgov.com/zilch.
Fort Collins Utilities are also crediting utility accounts ($25 – $50) for customers purchasing a qualified Energy Star dishwasher or high-efficiency clothes washer. Visit www.fcgov.com/rfr or www.fcgov.com/washer-rebates for more details.
Fort Collins Utilities will also pick up your old appliance for free and dispose of it in an environmentally-friendly way. Old freezers, dishwashers and/or clothes washers will be recycled, and not end up in landfills. Customers will also receive a $35 bill credit by recycling their older appliances. For more information go online to http://www.fcgov.com/conservation/res-frige.php, or to schedule a pick up, e-mail them at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (970) 221-6700.
So are your area utility companies offering you money back or helping you to recycle your appliance? Let me know in the comments!