Culver’s Launches Farmer Appreciation Contest
This week, Culver’s started a contest called “To Farmers With Love” to show how much they care about farmers.
As part of Culver’s Thank You Farmers Project, people can enter the contest to give a farmer they know a chance to win a big prize package.
Fifteen farmers will win $500 in cash, Culver’s gift cards, and other stuff.
Also, to show how much Culver cares about the future of agriculture, the winning farmers will get a $575 donation made in their names to their local FFA chapters.
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Alison Demmer, who is in charge of marketing and public relations for Culver, says, “We’re thrilled to be able to show these farmers how much we appreciate them in such a personal way.”
Since 2013, Culver’s has given more than $3.5 million to agricultural education through the Thank You Farmers Project.
People who want to nominate a farmer can go to www.culvers.com to find out more and fill out the form.
Culver’s Contact Information
- Culver’s Corporate Office Address : 1240 Water Street, Prairie du Sac, WI 53578
- Culver’s Corporate Phone Number : 608-643-7982
- Culvers contact form – contact form
FAQs – Culver’s Launches Farmer Appreciation Contest
What is a FFA?
It is the FFA organisation on a national level. Its goal is to make sure that people will have food to eat tomorrow by preparing The next generation for the challenges of feeding, growing, And harvesting food On a planet that is getting bigger. Feeding the world is a science, a job, and an art for the FFA.
What year did Culver start to thank you farmers project?
Through the Thank You Farmers Project, Culver’s and our customers have given more than $3.5 million since 2013.
How much does the average Culver’s owner make?
How much money does a Culver’s franchise owner make each year? The best thing To get at Culver’s. Based on revenue per unit, the Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) says that you can expect a 13% profit margin, or $429,000 per location.
How do you thank a farmer?
Thanks a lot To all the hardworking farmers who work so selflessly To give us all the food we need To live.