popchips is thrilled to partner with procamps and their world-class lineup of athletes to provide healthier snacks to over 20,000 kids at summer sports camps nationwide.
“the opportunity to partner with procamps and their impressive list of athletes helps us reinforce our commitment to encouraging a healthier lifestyle, including physical activity and a well-balanced diet,” said michael parisi, svp of marketing for popchips.
the camps, which kicked off may 4th and will run through september, will support kids grades k-8. each camp features skill contests, drill stations and lectures, along with a lunch complimented by a range of healthier snacks provided by popchips.
if you’re in the boston area on saturday, april 27, 2013, pop by the rose kennedy greenway in the north end for ultimate boston bootcamp’s free spring workout (and popchips aplenty, of course)! best of all, $2 will be donated to one fund boston for ever patron that comes to participate!
here at popchips, we’re not simply making snacks. we’re building a company we can all be proud of by chipping in for mother earth whenever we can. that’s why we’re thrilled to partner with MyEnergy.com to reward energy savers everywhere with free popchips!
just sign upfor a free MyEnergy account, start saving those utilities, and they’ll hook you up with reward points to score your month’s supply of popchips.
hungry for more? follow @MyEnergy for more tasty tips to help you save energy, and make every day earth day.
MyEnergy.comhelps people monitor and reduce home energy bills.with MyEnergy, you can see how your utility costs compare to nearby homes & lower your utility bills by following simple steps to reduce your energy consumption. plus, you can build up points as you save & redeem them for popchips, local coupons & more!
a few years ago, we made this video for boston with all-star baseball pro, david ortiz (aka “big papi”), and local rapper, moufy. in light of the recent boston marathon tragedy, we find comfort in watching it again, and remembering the everlasting strength of the great city of boston.
pop into your local whole foods market, and we’ll donate 5¢ per bag of popchips purchased over the next two weeks to the whole planet foundation. plus, we’ll match the donations of the top 3 stores in each region; totaling 33 whole foods markets nationally!
to celebrate this great cause, we’re also poppin’ into the whole planet foundation grammy party in los angeles on feb. 6, where we’ll meet, greet and eat with some of music’s top popstars. “like” us on facebook, and follow @popchipsla on twitter to find out how you can enter for a chance to win tickets to this exclusive industry event!
this holiday season, we’re honored to team up with postcard on the run to keep u.s. troops connected to their loved ones the old fashioned way. today through january 31, military members can pop into one of 460 army and air force exchange service (aafes) locations across the globe, where they’ll receive promotional codes to send two free personalized postcards to their friends and family directly from their phones.
click here to learn more about how you can help popchips and post card on the run share the love with our troops this holiday season!
we recently popped into the united kingdom, and we’re thrilled to have the opportunity to give back to the community whenever we can. this month, we’re honoured (that’s honored for you non-brits) to support breast cancer awareness by donating 10 pence from every bag of popchips you buy from POD stores straight to CoppaFeel!
so go get our crisps (that’s chips for you non-brits) from your local POD and help support this incredible cause!
guest blogger: keith wegen. cancer survivor. community leader. fundraising fanatic. popchips snacker.
at the age of 44 years old i was diagnosed with prostate cancer.
i elected to have surgery in november of 2011. due to complications after, i spent 19 days in the hospital battling 3 serious infections. i had plenty of downtime to reflect on life and what i wanted to do when i fully recovered. i felt called to make a difference by raising awareness and funds for the early detection of prostate cancer.
i am a very active individual and have been inline skating for 17 years. in fact, just two days after my prostate cancer diagnosis, i went on my longest skating trek ever, a 60-mile skate from boulder to greeley, co. i had been planning it for months and wasn’t about to let cancer stop me from doing what i love.
when training for these types of treks, an excellent diet is critical to my success. lately i’ve been finding myself reaching for a bag of popchips, a wonderful snack that actually tastes delicious too! i was attracted to popchips because an excellent diet will be critical to my success. popchips is a perfect partner because i can enjoy a tasty snack that’s better for me and continue to optimize my body fat and muscles for the 395-mile skate.
clearly i have a passion for inline skating and now a new intensity for helping others afflicted with this same disease. therefore, my goal for 2012 is to combine these two passions and raise at least $10,000 for the prostate conditions education council (pcec), based in centennial, co. september is prostate cancer awareness month, so on september 7th i plan to start at the wyoming border and inline skate to the oklahoma border, arriving on or about september 13th, 2012.
follow @popchipsco to keep up with keith’s journey, and how you can help us chip in and make a difference together.