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Eggland's Best is Searching for a Chief Egg Officer!



Hey neighbors!

Do you like eggs?  How often do you use them?  I use eggs daily!  Between Scrambled eggs and omelets for breakfast, egg salad and stuffed eggs, and of course baking, we use at least 2-3 dozen aggs a week.  Remember, there are 8 of us!

Now Eggland's Best has a contest going on to find the Eggland's Best Chief Egg Officer. If you are egg-cited over the idea, and think you would egg-cel as a Chief Egg Officer.  You can Egg-spedite the process and egg-sit At the Fence by clicking HERE!

Calling all egg-sperts! Eggland's Best is searching far and wide to find the first-ever Eggland's Best Chief Egg Officer!  Do you have what it takes? We're looking for "CEO" candidates who demonstrate:
An egg-streme passion for EB eggs 
A sunny-side up disposition 
An eagerness to get cracking as an EB ambassador 

The grand prize winner will be awarded $5,000 and the honorary title of Eggland's Best Chief Egg Officer. The grand prize winner will also receive a one-year supply of Eggland's Best eggs, to ensure they are only eating thE Best. Two runners-up will receive a six-month supply of Eggland's Best eggs and $500.

Eggland's Best eggs are America's #1 Egg! Compared to ordinary eggs, Eggland's Best eggs contain: 
10 times more Vitamin E 
2 times more Vitamin D 
More than double the Omega-3 
25% less saturated fat 
3 times more Vitamin B12 
38% more lutein 
And so much more! 

Ready to get whisked away in this egg-citing contest? Visit the Eggland's Best website and tell us why you would make the best "CEO." Entries will be accepted from May 13, 2013 through July 31, 2013. Don't scramble at the last minute - enter today! Other key contest dates:
Semi-Finalist Consumer Online Voting: September 9, 2013 - September 30, 2013 
Finalist Consumer Online Voting: October 28, 2013 - November 17, 2013 
Winner Announcement: December 2013

Hurry over and enter!  See you soon At the Fence!

Disclosure:The Eggland’s Best Chief Egg Officer information was provided by Eggland’s Best.

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