Kellogg Adds New Rewards Site

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BATTLE CREEK — Kellogg’s has added a new family rewards Web site that lets customers enter sweepstakes and build up points for rewards.

The site, www.KelloggsFamilyRewards.com, lets participants earn discounts, toys, books, apparel, sports equipment, gift cards, and a chance to win free groceries and more.

“Kellogg’s cereals, frozen foods and snacks can be found in more than 93 percent of all U.S. homes,” said Larry Bruck, Kellogg senior vice president, global mrdia and marketing. “We are honored to be such a trusted brand and developed Kellogg’s Family Rewards as our way of saying thanks to our consumers. It is a fun and easy way for families to earn rewards through each Kellogg product they purchase.”

Starting this month, consumers can log onto the Web site to register and enter unique codes found inside packages of their favorite Kellogg products sold in the United States. Consumers then become eligible to earn a variety of rewards as well as a daily chance to win $200 free groceries. Program members can earn additional reward points and a chance to win prizes through special bonus offers on specially marked products.

“We are teaming up with several exceptional partners to offer some truly exciting rewards, including movie tickets, great toys and books, digital rewards such as music and eBooks, gift cards, sports equipment, along with coupons off Kellogg products,” Bruck said. “The more codes families enter, the more rewards they can receive.”

The Kellogg’s Family Rewards Web site went live in June, and packaging containing codes are now on store shelves. The majority of Kellogg Company’s products – cereals, frozen foods and snacks – are included in the program. Consumers can learn more about Kellogg’s Family Rewards by visiting www.KelloggsFamilyRewards.com.

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