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It’s Earth Day Weekend, and the celebration is on here at Rock Father HQ. If you’re been following our Gardening Blog here on The Rock Father™, you already know how much fun the little one and I have been having with Growums. This awesome program ”gives some character” to popular vegetables with an interactive website that nurtures the real-world growing experience through virutal garden expertise. Right now, you can enter for a shot at getting your choice of one of six unique Growums Gardening Kits!

Entering is VERY easy using the Rafflecopter box below and your Facebook account. In order to enter, you must like both The Rock Father and Growums on Facebook. Each “like” counts toward an entry, so really you’re getting two chances! Already like us? That’s great! Your entry still counts! Not on Facebook? Well, that’s too bad 🙁

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Don’t forget that while we’re growing our first Growums Garden, you can take part yourself by visiting Growums.com. In addition to being able to meet the characters and buy your own Gardens, you can also sign up for Fundraising Programs for your school or organization! Tired of selling cookies, coupons, or candy bars? Growums might be what you’re looking for. Additionally, they have some great programs like Growums Goes to the Fair, a Blue Ribbon program with some creative projects for all to enjoy. 

Note: The Rock Father is a member of the Growums Affiliate Program. Want to save 25% On Your Growums order for Earth Day? Hit this link, and enter code “25growums” at Checkout!

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