Garner, North Carolina-based Butterball is offering a Turkey Talk-Line Comfort Calendar, a limited-edition calendar that provides Thanksgiving hosts 24 days of emotional support and practical tips.
The daily tips and recommendations will be available via Instagram beginning Nov. 1, when the Butterball Turkey Talk-Line reopens for its 41st year.
“The holiday season can be one of the most exciting times of year, but unfortunately, it can also be one of the most stressful,” said Nicole Johnson, director and 22-year veteran of the Butterball Turkey Talk-Line.
“We’ve harnessed more than 40 years of Turkey Talk-Line expertise – the most common questions and sources of confusion as well as the angst that frequently accompanies them – to create this daily resource for often-overlooked holiday hosts. Particularly as they grapple with inflation and other concerns, it’s an honor to offer our time-tested technical advice, emotional support and even a little levity in this fun, new format this holiday season.”
The Comfort Calendars will begin counting down to Thanksgiving on Nov. 1 and will feature 24 days of suggestions, from practical turkey prep tips to friendly reminders brought to life by an illustrated character inspired by the Turkey Talk-Line experts.
The Talk-Line experts are available to help through Dec. 24 with extended hours the week of Thanksgiving through:
- Call 1-800-BUTTERBALL (1-800-288-8372) or text 844-877-3456 to access experts that can answer questions and assist.
- Help and inspiration is available through the Butterball Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, TikTok and Pinterest channels.
- Chat with the experts on Butterball.com to receive real-time suggestions and advice, plus find recipes, leftover ideas, step-by-step how-to videos and tips for success.
One of the first national, toll-free consumer help lines, the Turkey Talk-Line has helped almost 50 million consumers since its first season in November 1981. Each November and December, turkey experts assist more than 4 million cooks in the U.S. and Canada. With more than 50 staff members, the Turkey Talk-Line has the resources to answer questions from both English- and Spanish-speaking callers and respond to questions via email.