Fuel Up Giveaway
Enter daily for a chance to satisfy your hunger with a box of KIND bars

Have you ever been out on a challenging hike when your fuel tank hits empty?

The grasping-for-anything-with-calories hunger can take you to the brink of desperation — at that moment your stomach says "chips!" "chocolate!" "soda!"

Why not reward yourself with a snack that will satisfy your immediate hunger and keep your sugar levels even-keeled? Four winners of the FUEL UP GIVEAWAY will receive their own box of brand-new flavors by KIND Healthy Snack Bars.

Enter for a chance to be one of four winners to receive a box of 12 KIND bars (a $25 value) in two new flavors: Dark Chocolate Chili Almond and Maple Glazed Pecan and Sea Salt. We tested the flavors ourselves and gave them a seal of delicious approval.

KIND Healthy Snack Bars boast ingredients you can pronounce, including your favorite fruit, nuts, and spices. The flavors above capture a tasty balance of sweet, savory, and spicy. Not only are they healthy—with only 5 grams of sugar—but they're easy to stuff in a backpack for a "feed-me-fast!" snack. 

Enter today!


To enter, simply fill out the registration form and hit "enter giveaway." You can enter once daily; the more you enter, the greater chance you'll win.

Contest ends July 31, and four randomly selected winners will be chosen at that time.

Add some extra entries to your name by sharing the referral link provided on the "Entry Received" page. Copy the link, share it on Facebook, Twitter, email, or other social avenues and you will receive one "Tell-A-Friend" entry for each friend who enters the giveaway via your link. 

The winners will be contacted by a Scouting magazine editor, and once the winners are confirmed, their names, cities, and states will be announced at blog.scoutingmagazine.org

Good luck! 
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