Let’s celebrate spring with $1,500 in prizes to get you ready for grilling season.
Disclosure: The brands mentioned in this post provided free product to make this giveaway happen. Opinions are my own. This contest is no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Instagram or Facebook.
How the Contest Works
The entire contest will be run on Instagram and Facebook. Just after midnight Central Time March 20-26, I will add a new post revealing the grilling giveaway prize of the day.
You can enter each contest an unlimited number of times, but you must follow the rules in the post (I’ll be checking).
After 48 hours, the contest will close, and a winner will be selected at random.
I will contact winners via direct message, so I can get the details to send the prizes.
What Are the Prizes?
If I told you that, I’d spoil all of the fun. Each prize will be revealed at midnight Central Time March 20-26. But what I can tell you is that these prizes are no joke.
We’re talking amazing prize packs from Green Mountain Grills, Lodge Cast Iron, Cutco Cutlery, Thermoworks, Spiceology, R Family Farms and Oklahoma Joe’s.
How to Enter
Don’t worry all of these rules will be in each post
Follow GIRLS can GRILL on Facebook along with the brand providing the prize pack
Leave a comment about why you’d like to win the prize
or enter on both platforms to double your chances
Are you ready? I know I am. Let the countdown begin. Best of luck, and Happy Spring.
March 20, 2019
When you do that spring cleaning, don’t forget to update your spice rack. I’ll make it easy for you. This prize pack includes a $150 Spiceology gift card, so you can shop for your favorite herbs and spices. ($150 value)
March 21, 2019
Lodge Cast Iron just released its latest Legacy Series Pan, bringing back an old classic. The 3-inch deep fish pan is pre-seasoned and perfect for a fish fry or potluck. You can use it over a campfire, on a stove or in the oven. ($99.95 value)
March 22, 2019
I’d like to introduce you to my new favorite knife. I’ve been honing my butcher skills over the past few months, and I’ve learned having the right knife makes all the difference. The Cutco Cutlery Butcher Knife has an 8” full tang high-carbon, stainless steel blade. It’s so sharp, I’ve even cut through bone. And like all Cutco knives, you get free sharpening for life. Plus, it’s American made. ($126 value)
March 23, 2019
This wouldn’t be a great spring grilling giveaway without a grill. Oklahoma Joes just launched a new line of grills, including the Rambler Tabletop Charcoal Grill. It’s heavy duty, but weighs less than 50 pounds, making it portable enough for tailgates, camping trips or steak cook-offs. It has a height-adjustable charcoal tray, giving you better control of your heat intensity, plus a removable ash pan for easy cleanup. ($149 value)
March 24, 2019
You haven’t enjoyed amazing pork, until you’ve tasted Berkshire pork (AKA Kurobuta). My friends over at R Family Farms run a Berkshire hog farm in Kansas, and their unique, flavorful cuts are unparalleled to what you find in the grocery. The winner will get to experience this quality for themselves with a porkapalooza prize pack: 1 pkg tomahawks, 1 pkg porterhouses, 1 pkg bacon-wrapped filets, 1 pkg brats, 1 pkg bacon, 1 slab of ribs. ($85 value)
March 25, 2019
People often ask me: “What’s the secret to good BBQ?” My answer is always: “Understand your temps.” Control the temp of your fire, and pull your meat when it reaches the right temp. One of the best ways to do that is with a ThermoWorks Smoke. With 2 probes, you can monitor your grill and meat temp. And with the receiver, you can do all that from the comfort of your couch. Today’s prize pack is truly the key to help you create the best bbq on the block. ($99 value)
March 26, 2019
The final prize in the Girls Can Grill Spring Grilling Giveaway is a Green Mountain Grills Daniel Boone Prime Wi-Fi pellet grill valued at $699. Green Mountain Grills just launched its Prime line of wood fired pellet grills this month, so the winner will definitely be the cool kid in the neighborhood.
The Prime models operate with a 12V direct power design, which allows the grill to run more efficiently with fewer pellets. The Daniel Boone can hold up to seven racks of ribs, and you can monitor the progress of your cook through the lid window or the WiFi controller that connects to your smartphone. The Smart Control even allows you to control your grill on the go.