I’m a popsicle ambassador and receive samples and compensation for my time my opinion is my own.
The heat is on in Seattle and without air conditioners most of us resort to something cold and refreshing for the later afternoon hours. Our hottest part of the day is between 4-6 which is so strange since the sun sets at 7 right now. Anyway, one thing I feel really comfortable giving my kids is a Popsicle.
Popsicle, America’s original ice pop and well known brand due to the popularity of them is asking families to help create a book of rules for being a kid. In our family to be a kid or have fun like a kid you have to be a fan of LEGOS.
And able to enjoy a good popsicle on the back porch or from inside a box. RULE: It’s hip to be square!
Families nationwide are encouraged to celebrate their kid-at-heart and share their own “rules” for how to have fun like a kid with Popsicle®, along with photos and images that help bring the rule to life. To help spread the word and excitement surrounding the “Rules for Being a Kid” guidebook, Popsicle® will feature submitted “rules” from fans and celebrity parents alike via their social media sites. Follow Popsicle® on Facebook at facebook.com/Popsicle and on Twitter at twitter.com/Popsicle to see unique “Rules for Being a Kid” shared with fans before the launch of the guidebook.
By suggestion rules you will be entered to win popsicles. Act fast though because rules are only accepted until May 31. Submit your “rule” ideas on the Popsicle® Facebook page, or on other popular social channels, such as Twitter and Pinterest, using both the #PopsicleRules and #Contest hashtags. By submitting your rules with the hashtags, you will be entered for the chance to have your “rule” featured on future, limited-edition boxes of Popsicle® pops as well as a cash prize. That would be so fun to see your kid on a Popsicle box.
The guidebook will be available for download on June 21 at Facebook.com/Popsicle and will feature the top submitted rules.
DID YOU KNOW?
The first ice pop was created by accident in 1905 when 11-year-old Frank Epperson left a glass of homemade soda on his porch on a very cold San Francisco night. The next morning he went to go get the soda and it was frozen. Using the stirring stick that he had also left in the glass, he pulled it out and tried it. "Popsicle"
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