Activity from help our heroes
Posted by Team Swagbucks on Sat, July 2nd, 2011 at 2:00 pm
It’s Saturday!! I hope everyone’s holiday weekend is off to a great start. Let’s review our past week at Swagbucks.
On Monday we announced the first finalist in our Swag Nation Flag Design Contest. After we received a nice batch of creative and spirited flags, we narrowed it down to a top 10. From there, it was up to you guys to vote on which of these 10 flags should move on to the finals. Here is Week 1′s winning design:
On Tuesday Nicole from Team Swagbucks wrote a post all about Trusted Surveys. In part 1 of her 3 part series, Nicole discussed how to tell if you qualify for a survey, how we know who you are, and the different statuses you may experience after completing a survey. Click here to read the post.
On Wednesday we hosted an exciting, all-day Swag Code Extravaganza. Throughout the day, we gave out codes all over our site – on SBTV, in the Swag Store, on Twitter, on Facebook, and right here in the blog. If you found them all, you earned a whopping 45 Swag Bucks in codes alone! I hope everyone enjoyed the day.
On Thursday our Help Our Heroes Fund ended, and rather successfully I might add. Thanks to the generosity of our Swaggernauts, 252,160 Swag Bucks were donated to help the efforts of the Wounded Warrior Project. That means we will be sending them a donation of $1,942. Thank you so much to everyone who contributed!
Yesterday, we celebrated Canada Day with an all-day code. We also announced the exciting PayPal Gift Card sale. For the next 7 days only, all of our PayPal Gift Cards have had their prices slash. Take advantage of this great opportunity while you still can, and turn those Swag Bucks into cold, hard cash!
And that wraps up our week. I hope everyone enjoys the rest of their holiday weekend!
Posted by Team Swagbucks on Mon, June 20th, 2011 at 5:00 pmAs most of you already know our charity this month is the Help Our Heroes Fund. The money that we raise with the help of your Swag Bucks will be sent directly to the Wounded Warrior Project. The Wounded Warrior Project is a non-partisan organization that helps wounded warriors returning home from Iraq and Afghanistan ... Read More »
Posted by Team Swagbucks on Fri, June 10th, 2011 at 3:00 pmFor this month’s charity, we’ve chosen to raise money for the Wounded Warrior Project to help bring aid to those who have dedicated their lives to making the world a safer place for us all. With your help, we can fund a much-needed effort to heal wounds and provide relief to the thousands of service ... Read More »
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