Bacon for Santa & Food for Harvesters - Handmade in the Heartland

Bacon for Santa & Food for Harvesters

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Farmland. Thanks for supporting the brands that support Handmade in the Heartland!
Bacon for Santa
Kansas City friends have you seen the billboards? Have you heard? Santa doesn't want cookies this year- he wants BACON! This campaign by Farmland is so fun, and I'm helping Farmland and Royals legend Mike Sweeney spread the word about leaving bacon for santa.  Why? Well Farmland has committed to donate 1 pound of protein to harvesters for every person who pledges on social media to leave bacon for santa! All you have to do is share on your social channels using hashtag #BaconforSanta and they will donate up to 25,000 pounds of meat! Thats a ton of meat and I'm sure we can spread the word far and wide in KC to reach that mark, can you help me?!

Bacon for Santa
How fun is that Santa & Bacon sweater? You would surely win the ugly sweater contest with that gem! Head on over to the Bacon Club website to enter to win it! You have until December 31st to enter to win the bacon sweater, so go do it! Their website also has tons of delicious bacon recipes like Candied Bacon Sweet Potatoes and Bacon Cinnamon Rolls, so many different ideas to serve Santa and your family this Christmas season!
Bacon for Santa
Have you seen the video? Santa is hilarious and perfectly explains why he wants us to leave him bacon this year, I mean I'm not one to ever get tired of cookies but I can see how the jolly man might want a change this year. :) So Kansas City friends lets all pledge to leave #BaconforSanta this year and get Farmland to donate to Harvesters! Helping our community through social media, awesome!


Make sure to follow and tag Farmland this Holiday season as we share about #BaconforSanta
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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Farmland. Thanks for supporting the brands that support Handmade in the Heartland!

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