Alfred E. Burr Elementary School  is WINNER OF DANNON DANIMALS® AND FUEL UP TO PLAY 60 NATIONAL PROMOTION

Alfred E. Burr Elementary School is WINNER OF DANNON DANIMALS® AND FUEL UP TO PLAY 60 NATIONAL PROMOTION

Published on May 19, 2016

One of six winners across the country, school will receive Field Day with an NFL player and $5,000 for health and wellness programming
[Alfred E. Burr Elementary School  has been recognized as one of six winners of the Dannon® Danimals® and Fuel Up to Play 60 national retail promotion. Created to fuel healthy changes for youth, the partnership was launched last fall to encourage families and communities to search for one of six “golden” Danimals Bongo bottles and/or Danimals Squeezable low-fat yogurts for the chance to win a field day for their school with NFL Players.With more than 19 million packages of Danimals Smoothies and Squeezable low-fat yogurts sold at retailers across the country, and through fun and engaging content, Dannon and Fuel Up to Play 60 helped inspire kids to fuel up with nutritious foods and to get active for at least 60 minutes a day.

On June 6th, 2016, from 9am to noon, Alfred E. Burr Elementary School will receive a Field Day with an NFL player to help get each student moving and participating in fun physical fitness activities and drills, along with fun nutrition information and Danimals samples. In addition Dannon® will present the school with $5,000 to support health and wellness programming.

“As the largest yogurt maker in the country, we are so proud to be part of an initiative that helps kids benefit from physical activity and nourishing foods like low-fat yogurt,” said Steve Platt, Vice President, Marketing at The Dannon Company. “That’s why we are excited to celebrate with the winners and look forward to hearing their stories about their search for the ‘golden’ bongo.”

Created in partnership by the National Football League and National Dairy Council, in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Fuel Up to Play 60 creates real transformational change in schools nationwide. As a result of the program, 13 million students are eating better by adding nutritious foods like low-fat and fat-free milk and milk products, fruits, vegetables and whole grains to their meals. Additionally, 16 million are getting more physically active before, during and after the school day.

*No purchase or payment of any kind was necessary to participate or win. Purchase did not increase chances of winning.

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