We couldn’t do what we do or be where we are without the trust and support of our customers. – Tony Bombacino, Co-Founder, Real Food Blends
CHESTERTON, Ind. (PRWEB)
December 05, 2017
Real Food Blends, makers of 100% real food meals for people with feeding tubes, and the company that started a real food revolution in the medical community, is giving back this December with its 12 Days of Holiday Magic campaign. As a way to thank customers and caregivers for their enthusiastic support, the company will be giving away cases of its meals and Visa gift cards every single day for 12 days — they’ll also be donating a percentage of their sales to a different charity related to the tube feeding community each day.
“We couldn’t do what we do or be where we are without the trust and support of our customers, who have been very vocal about their belief in the power of real food for people with feeding tubes from the start,” said Tony Bombacino, Co-Founder and CMO of Real Food Blends. “Every day we hear from doctors, dietitians, caregivers, and people with feeding tubes who learn about our meals for the first time from one of our current customers. We’re honored to have their support and are truly impressed with their support of each other within our Facebook community, so we wanted to do something special this holiday season to give back to those who have given so much to us.”
For 12 days in a row, the company will highlight a different customer story within their 82,000+-person Facebook community, with that person receiving a free variety 12-Pack of Real Food Blends meals as a special thank you for sharing their story. One random person from the company’s Facebook community will also be chosen to receive a free variety 12-Pack of meals each day. In addition, another random person from the company’s Facebook community will be chosen each day to receive a $100 Visa gift card. Beyond these daily random prizes, to support the larger feeding tube community, Real Food Blends will also be donating 5% of its RealFoodBlends.com sales each day to a different charity that supports a condition or disease that is connected to people with feeding tubes. There are so many worthy causes — Augie’s Quest, the