Food Should Taste GoodÂ® Announces Its First Touchdown Dance-Off
NEEDHAM HEIGHTS, Mass., Jan. 13, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Looking for inspiration to get off the couch and start the New Year healthier and wealthier? How about dancing your way to $10,000? Food Should Taste Good, Inc., the fastest-growing all natural chip brand, today announces the launch of its first Touchdown Dance-Off contest. The tasty chips, made with ingredients like quinoa, brown rice, soy, flax and sunflower seeds are the perfect way to indulge and show your spirit on game day without feeling guilty. Food Should Taste Good wants to see how you cheer on your team with your best dance moves for a chance to win $10,000 and other great prizes!
“Chips are one of the most popular snacks on game day, so it made sense for us to create a way for people to get excited for the playoff season and provide a fun, engaging contest to participate in,” says Pete Lescoe, founder and CEO of Food Should Taste Good, Inc. Lescoe continues, “We invite anyone who wants to get into the game to submit videos of their very own touchdown dances for a chance to win.”
To enter the contest, simply upload a short video of a creative touchdown dance on the brand’s Facebook page (www.facebook.com/foodshouldtastegood) and ask friends and family to vote for you. The submission that scores the most votes by February 7 wins the $10,000 prize. Additionally, the Food Should Taste Good team will pick their three favorite videos each week and reward them with $100 and a case of Food Should Taste Good chips. Viewers can vote daily for as many of the videos they like.
Entries can be submitted January 10 through February 7; the winner will be announced February 8. For complete contest rules, visit www.facebook.com/foodshouldtastegood.
Pete Lescoe founded Food Should Taste Good, Inc. in 2006 with the goal of creating unique flavors that give consumers choices in all natural tortilla chips. Made from wholesome ingredients, Food Should Taste Good chips are created without trans fats, cholesterol, artificial ingredients or genetically modified organisms (GMOs). They are also certified gluten free, Kosher, low in sodium, are a good source of dietary fiber and many varieties are certified vegan. Food Should Taste Good chips are available in distinct flavors including Multigrain, Sweet Potato, Lime, Olive, Chocolate, The Works!, Cheddar, Blue Corn and Jalapeno. Food Should Taste Good( )chips are sold nationally in multiple sizes including 1.5oz and 6oz bags at Whole Foods Market, Starbucks, Safeway, Target and other major retailers. For more information, please visit www.foodshouldtastegood.com.
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