Monday, July 21, 2008

Block Parties Raise Fun and Funds Across the Nation

PRNewswire/ -- Block parties are one of the most affordable and popular ways to gather friends and families together for fun. And, starting tomorrow, a new national contest is launching to give block parties "funds" and a fresh new feel.

This summer, Farm Rich is searching for the most exciting, fun-filled ideas to gather neighborhood communities, families and friends together to raise "fun" for a cause. Simply visit to enter the Block Party contest through October 31. Enter a great party idea that will benefit a cause, family or individual in need and have the chance to win $1500. Whether hosting a drive-in movie to benefit an ill community member, or a summer picnic filled with sack races and face painting to raise funds for a neighborhood playground, Farm Rich hopes the contest will encourage "funraisers" in neighborhoods across the country!

Farm Rich will choose the top two party ideas and winners will receive $500 to throw the party and $1,000 to donate to their cause of choice. The party winners will also be supplied with $500 in product coupons for favorites such as Farm Rich Cheese Sticks, Mini-Stuffed Pizza Slices and other delicious appetizers to please their party-goers.

"At Farm Rich, we are leading innovators of snacks, appetizers and mini-meals," said Jennifer Meetz, Senior Marketing Manager, Rich Products Corporation. "We've learned that moms care a lot about serving warm and nutritional meals, spending time with their families, and also giving back to their communities. We created the Farm Rich Block Party Program to encourage and reward families and friends joining forces to better their communities."

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