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Cheerios launches campaign to help 'bring back the bees'

Posted March 15

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— Cheerios is launching a new campaign to help boost the global bee population.

The company is featuring its honey-nut mascot "Buzz" in an effort to boost global bee populations by partnering with Veseys seeds to send out 100 million wildflower seeds.

Anyone interested in helping with the #bringbackthebeescampaign can sign up on the Cheerios website to receive 100 free seeds. Recipients are asked to plant the seeds in a bee-friendly area.

To sign up for the offer and see more details head to www.cheerios.com/bringbackthebees.

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  • Faye Prosser -WRAL Smart Shopper Mar 17, 12:01 a.m.

    barbiedoll1967 - you are so right about the importance of bees. I will be planting mine as well - right near my garden!

  • barbiedoll1967 Mar 16, 6:51 a.m.

    Thanks Faye. I was able to get the free seeds and will plant them so hopefully save the bees. I don't people realize how important bees.

  • Faye Prosser -WRAL Smart Shopper Mar 15, 2:11 p.m.

    Hi Torr10. Thanks so much for your comment. I'm sorry you missed the link in the article to the sign up page. It's in the More On This section right under the Cheerios photo. Although I did not post this offer, I was able to find the link. I have not seen you post on this blog before. Welcome. And just so you know, we are a polite and family friendly blog and we try hard to respond to all comments as soon as possible. Feel free to post again if you have any questions or need any help saving money. Here is the link in case you still need it and I will be sure to amend the post Natalie made with a more visible link. I hope that helps.

    http://www.cheerios.com/bringbackthebees

  • torr10 Mar 15, 1:45 p.m.

    Very good idea. Now, a link to the sign up page or the website would make this a good article. Attention to detail would make you a good reporter.