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Zaycon Foods Comes to Georgia and Florida

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I’ve been posting quite a few recipes lately using the chicken my family received from Zaycon Foods. Well, now I have the pleasure of sharing the HOT OFF THE PRESS NEWS that Zaycon Foods will be delivering to Georgia and Florida between September 28th through October 5th! Wahooo!

Per the email I received from Zaycon Foods, their FRESH Boneless, Skinless, Chicken Breasts will go on sale today Wednesday, September 14th at 5:00pm (Eastern Standard Time). (TIMES, DATES AND PICK UP LOCATION WILL BE AVAILABLE WHEN ORDERING OPENS.)

But that is not even the best news!
Get this!
The price will be $1.69 per lb.

Yes, you heard me right!
$1.69 per lb. for 100% natural chicken with no added hormones, additives or artificial ingredients.

Now each case contains 40lbs of FRESH chicken, which is a lot of chicken, but you can cook some, freeze some, split a case with you BFF, etc. The cost per case will be $67.60 plus any applicable tax and that is simply a deal you do not want to miss.

Not sure what to do with all that chicken if you order it?
Well, check out the recipes here, here and here.
That will surely get you started.

OK, so now are you sitting down?
There’s more! I feel like an infomercial announcer right now!
Can you feel the excitement?

My friends at Zaycon Foods have given me the fabulous opportunity to share with you a giveaway!
You get a chance to win a $65 credit for Zaycon Foods!

Do you want to win?
First Mandatory Entry:
Register for a free Zaycon Foods account using this link or the referral name InTheKitchenKP. Leave a comment on this post confirming your registration with Zaycon Foods and the email address you used.

Bonus Entries (all completely optional):
2. Like my fan page In The Kitchen With KP on Facebook (leave username-1 entry)
3. Follow me on Twitter – @InTheKitchenKP (leave username-1 entry)
4. Tweet this giveaway (You may tweet one time each day and must post the link to your tweet as comment)
“I entered to win $65 worth of @ZayconFoods from @InTheKitchenKP and you can too! http://wp.me/pT7cz-Ds #Giveaway”
5. Like the Zaycon Foods fan page on Facebook (leave username-1 entry)

That’s 5 easy chances to win $65 for food!
In this economy how can you pass that up?

But you also don’t have to worry, if you are the winner and you are not in any of their service areas, then Zaycon Foods will send you a check for the amount of $30.00 to purchase chicken in your local Store. How cool is that!
Zaycon Foods believes with their roll out to America, most everyone should be in a service area or close. Registering with Zaycon foods is free. The more people in your area that register the more events your city will have.

Good Luck!

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The Usual Fine Print:
Follow the entry methods listed below, one entry per method chosen unless otherwise stated.
Leave a separate comment for each entry.
You will receive a $65 credit to your Zaycon Foods account to use on anything.
If you are not in a service area you will receive a check for $30 so you can purchase Chicken in your local grocery store.
You must be 18 and older and a US resident (lower 48 states only) to win.
Please be sure to add your email address that you used to register with Zaycon Foods in case you win!
Contest is open until midnight on Saturday, September 24, 2011.
Winner will be chosen randomly, notified via email and has 48 hours to respond.
If no response is received another winner will be chosen.

Below is the listing of cities Zaycon will deliver to in FL and GA.
FLORIDA
Tampa
New Port Richey
Port St. Lucie
Wellington
Doral/Miami area
Winter Park
Deltona
Orange Park
Gainesville
Tallahassee
Fort Walton Beach
Pensacola
Crestview
Orlando
St. Petersburg

GEORGIA
Columbus
Lawrenceville
Norcross
Canton
Kennesaw
Warner Robins

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Disclosure – I was provided the 40 pounds of chicken free of charge for an honest review back in August and talked about it here. All opinions here are my own.