BI-LO has launched an engaging, new program designed to encourage kids to learn about the wildlife in their own backyards – the Animals of America collector card program!

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Now through May 3, customers will receive a free four-pack of Animals of America cards with every $20 purchase, while supplies last. Bonus packs can be earned by purchasing three (3) participating items – marked with special tags in store.

Each of the 54 cards features an American animal and fun fact; designed for kids to collect, swap and organize in a free collector’s poster or album – available for $4 at your neighborhood BI-LO

There are many iconic southern species included in the collector set and there are “hero” animals for each southern state like the Spotted Salamander in South Carolina.

Great Prizes!

In addition, select cards will have instant-win prizes including “Billy the Bear” mascot stuffed animals, and three (3) grand prize vacation vouchers!

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Animals of America collector’s posters are free at all BI-LO, Winn-Dixie and Harveys stores, while supplies last. Animals of America collector albums are also available for $4 each, while supplies last.

There are many iconic southern species included in the collector sets, such as the Florida panther, American alligator, southern flying squirrel and the roseate spoonbill – and there are “hero” animals for each of the seven states in the Southeastern Grocers footprint: Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana.

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I think it is awesome that BI-LO is offering this learning experience to children. Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post. I am sharing the press information on my own free will. I am crediting BI-LO for the picture use.

 

 

Comments

  1. Kelly Everhart says:

    Have not seen at my winn dixie a instant win of anything or the billy bear card itself.

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