Give Away: Dollar General and P&G Honor Every Day Heroes in February

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In celebration of diversity, and coinciding with Black History Month, Procter & Gamble has teamed up with Dollar General to honor Every Day Heroes who make sacrifices for their families and are making a difference in their communities. To celebrate the Every Day Hero in each of us, Dollar General chose Sabrina Williams as its Every Day Hero for February 2013. She will be featured in a national television program airing on TNT called “Dramatic Differences.”

Sabrina is a driving force in the community of North Lawndale, on the west side of Chicago. In addition to raising her own four children in the neighborhood she grew up in, she also became a valued community leader and volunteer. She was the Chair of the Parent Committee at here children’s elementary school and continued to work with a national after-school literacy organization, America SCORES, as a writing coach for 3rd, 4th and 5th grade boys, even after all of her own children went on to high school.

We hope you are aware of this wonderful program and I encourage you to visit where you can learn more about Dollar General’s commitment to literacy.

Tammy Litke, is disclosing that Procter & Gamble provided her with product samples and are providing the giveaway prize packages. The opinions in this post are based on her own experiences and beliefs of this product, were not influenced by what she received and the company did not ask nor expect her to post a positive or negative review.

P&G has created a special prize pack for one of my readers, which includes a $10 Dollar General gift card, as well as samples of Gain, Tide Pods, Downy Unstoppables and Head and Shoulders shampoo.

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