Yay! Influenster sent me a survey a couple weeks ago to see if I qualified for their “Rock the Lunchbox” campaign and sure enough, I did! It was just delivered a few days ago!
If you aren’t familiar with Influenster, it’s a free-to-join community of trendsetters, social media masterminds, and educated consumers who live to give opinions of products and experiences. After signing up, you can pick short activities to do based upon your interests, and Influenster will send out Vox Boxes with products, coupons, or singular products to test based on your interests in exchange for honest reviews.
Having a blog isn’t mandatory with signing up for Influenster, but they appreciate users sharing about their products through the various social media platforms that they do use. The more you share about your products, the more likely the chances of getting selected for future VoxBoxes!
If you’d like an invite to Influenster, feel free to contact me: leapfrogandlipgloss [at] Gmail.com
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So for this campaign, instead of receiving a box full of goodies, I received an envelope of coupons to redeem for free lunch box food at Target! I thought this was pretty fun because we actually got to customize the types of snacks we wanted and I was able to employ the help of my eldest daughter Delia to help make those important decisions!
We were both impressed and overwhelmed by the selection we had to choose from!
This is what we decided to get!
We redeemed our coupon for one Annie’s Frozen Snacks for Annie’s Mini Pizza Bagels.
We redeemed our free box of Annie’s Cookies or Crackers for Annie’s Cheddar Bunnies Snack Packs.
We redeemed our free Rudis Bread coupon for Rudis Cinnamon Raisin Bread.
We redeemed our Free Applegate Half Time Meals Coupon for the one with Annie’s Fruit Snacks
We redeemed our Free Honest Kids Drink coupon for the Berry Berry Good Lemonade flavor.
And here are the meals I packed for my daughters’ lunches last week from these goodies!
For Lunchbox Meal #1: Honest Kids drink, Annie’s mini Pizza’s, Annie’s Cheddar Bunnies, Fruit Snacks, BabyCarrots, and Apples
For Lunchbox meal #2: I used the Half-Time Lunch Kit which included Turkey and Cheese Cracker-Stackers, Stonyfield YoKids Yogurt stick, Annie’s Fruit Snacks, and then I added pears and one of the Honest Kids drinks.
For Lunchbox meal #3: Once again, I included an Honest Kids juice pouch and Annie’s Snack Bunnies. I put in some grape tomatoes, a couple cookies and buttered the Rudis Cinnamon Raisin breads and used a strawberry-shaped cookie cutter to cut them into fun shapes. Yes, these are supposed to be fun-shaped like strawberries! I stinketh!
I usually have the girls buy their lunches, so this was a fun alternative! Delia had a fun time helping me pick out the selection and I actually had a fun time packing their lunches, which isn’t usually a fun chore for me to do when they DO bring, because I’m not very creative in that department (ham and cheese sandwich, anybody?)
If you’d like an invite to Influenster to participate in campaigns like this, feel free to contact me: leapfrogandlipgloss [at] Gmail.com.
If you do sign up, make sure you fill out your profile and are active on the site, and eventually a qualifier survey will pop up in your email!
Although, I received these products complimentary from Influenster for testing purposes, all words and opinions are of my own.