Green Works Giveaway

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It’s time to go green! Last weekend was the Green Works Toy Swap House Party. As much as we wanted all of you to be here, it just wasn’t possible. So instead, we’re giving one lucky reader a virtual prize package full of all the fun goodies Green Works provided for our party. Each reader has several ways to enter. You can do one, or all!

  1. Leave a comment telling me your best green idea. Make sure you use a working email address with your comment so I can get in touch with you if you are the winner. Don’t worry, I will not broadcast your email addresses or use it for any purpose other than notifying you if you win.
  2. Subscribe to my RSS feed or email alerts and leave a comment letting me know you have done so. If you’re already a subscriber, simply leave a separate comment letting me know you’re already subscribed.
  3. Follow frugalday on Twitter or become a fan on Facebook and leave a comment here letting me know you’ve done so.

Each one of these will count as a separate entry. So the more you subscribe, the better chance of winning!

The prize package will include:

  • An awesome Nalgene water bottle from Brita
  • Green Works Natural Laundry Detergent sample
  • Green Works Natural Compostable Cleanng Wipe sample
  • Kashi TLC cereal bar
  • Clorox Handi Wipes product sample
  • Green Works natural Dishwashing liquid coupon $1/1
  • Kashi TLC coupon $1/1
  • Bear Naked cereal or granola coupon $1/1
  • Brita coupon $5/1
  • Horizon Milk coupon $1/1
  • Silk Soymilk coupon $1/1
  • Sierra Club note card pack
  • Sierra Club window sticker

*Giveaway open to US residence only at this time. Giveaway closes Midnight Monday April 19, 2010.


  1. Jessica Sollenberger 9am, April 19

    We use Earth-Baby to compost our kid’s diapers!

  2. Yvonne Wong 10am, April 19

    I follow you on Twitter, and I’m a fan on FB, and have just subscribed to email updates! This site has been awesome in providing me with value-deals and helping me save money, keep up the great work!

    As for my green idea, I steer clear of plastic containers and utensils at work and home to avoid creating more waste!

  3. judie clayton 11am, April 19

    We don’t use any plastic water bottles anymore. I would love the water bottle!

  4. Jessica Cheung 5pm, April 19

    Here’s an older green idea that I am proudly using. When POM used to have glass jars as their containers I hoarded them. Now I have about 70 glass jars that I user for storing spices, drinking glasses, snacks, planting herbs etc. :D

  5. Lucy Lang 6pm, April 19

    Hey Cam!

    Thanks for the money saving tips. My best green idea would be to eliminate the use of plastic watter bottles at home. Instead, replace them with a nalgene bottle and you could save hundreds of dollars on water! Also, instead of using plastic grocery bags, invest in a reusable and sturdy grocery bag at your local grocery store. Doing so, you could cut down on the use of plastic in no time!

  6. Lucy Lang 6pm, April 19

    Hey Cam!

    I have just added you as a fan on facebook! Thanks again for the money saving tips! =)

  7. kimberly Bettencourt 7pm, April 19

    Hi Cam! This is the best site! I love it and am a fan on Facebook! Kim

  8. Sharon 8pm, April 19

    We re-utilize food containers (egg cartons, cracker boxes, oatmeal canisters, etc) as “supplies” for the play kitchen as well as art projects.

  9. Cate 9pm, April 19

    I use small garbage bins in my bathroom and kitchen so that I can use plastic shopping bags as garbage bags without purchasing extra plastic. If you live in Palo Alto, make sure you use the city compost service for all food waste, kleenex, paper towels/napkins, pizza boxes, milk cartons, take-out boxes… etc. Between that and the recycling, we only have one small bag of garbage per week!

  10. Cate 9pm, April 19

    And I follow you on Facebook! Still haven’t figured out the whole RSS thing – kinda behind the times.

  11. Laura G 10pm, April 19

    Follow you on Twiiter! Love your tweets! I love recycling! I use recyling more and less garbage!

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