Grow Up Monster Strong: Monsters University Vitamins & Beastly Breakfast Blitz Video Game #MonstersUPremiere

Want to grow up to be a big scary monster like James P Sullivan? Monsters take their vitamins and drink their milk and then they grow up to be big and strong monsters that can attend Monsters University. My little monsters want to stomp in the footsteps of the great Mike and Sulley so how do you think they start their day in our house. They start their day with Monster’s University Children’s Gummy Vitamins and a bowl of cereal. My two little monsters love the vitamins! We found the vitamins at Costco, but I’m sure you can find them at a store near you and of course you can find them on Amazon and even save money buying them with the subscribe and save. clip_image001

If you need some help motivating your little monsters to get in that healthy bowl of cereal with a glass of milk then maybe they would be interested in playing the Beastly Breakfast Blitz game.

MONSTERS UNIVERSITY students are waiting on YOU to serve them healthy breakfasts with milk as fast as you can in the new game, “Beastly Breakfast Blitz” (!

Fill every monster order before time runs out to move through new levels, and experience an entire week of breakfast in the MU cafeteria. You’ll need to be quick – these little monsters need to fuel up for scaring school with milk’s high-quality protein at breakfast!


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Enjoy Monsters University in theaters June 21st.

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