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Bush’s Offers Pantry Organization Session With The Home Edit


Knoxville, Tennessee-based Bush’s Beans and professional organizing service The Home Edit are helping fans of the show transition into a mealtime routine with Bush’s Sidekicks.

Through the Bush’s Sidekicks and The Home Edit Pantry Sweepstakes, the partners are offering fans the chance to win a personal, in-home organization session with The Home Edit team and virtually meet the founders of The Home Edit, Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin, to ensure the pantry is ready for back-to-school season.

In addition, one sweepstakes grand prize winner will receive signed copies of The Home Edit’s three books and a year-long supply of Bush’s Sidekicks.

“Bush’s is excited to partner with real-life sidekicks Clea and Joanna from The Home Edit to help showcase how everyone needs a sidekick, especially when getting into the back-to-school mealtime routine,” said BJ Thomas, brand manager.

“In addition to a well-organized pantry, stocking it with go-to mealtime sidekicks, like Bush’s Sidekicks, can help make weeknight cooking less stressful. Already seasoned and slow simmered with herbs, spices and vegetables, Bush’s Sidekicks are ready to pair with chicken, rice, tacos or pasta to add a quick boost to any weeknight meal.”

Entries require participants to post a picture or video of any Bush’s Beans product in the pantry or food cabinet on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter using #BushsSidekicksPantrySweepstakes. The grand prize winner will be contacted through the company’s social accounts on Sept. 15.

For official contest rules, visit bushssidekickspantrysweepstakes.com/rules.

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