What’s more Primal than a juicy, locally farmed, grass fed steak? How about four juicy, locally farmed, grass fed steaks! Mark’s 30-day health challenge starts today, and it’s time to win some prizes.
The first prize comes from Texas cattle rancher, Beau Bendigo. Beau made the switch to Primal back in June. He has dropped 20 lbs since he started, he loves Primal living, he recently convinced his nieces to go Primal, and now he’s showing his enthusiasm by donating some steaks to kick off the challenge. Beau’s cattle live on a 100% grass grazed diet, and Bendigo Ranch practices low stress handling. For more on the benefits of grass fed beef, check out my post on the subject.
Three lucky winners will receive a 4-pack of Beau’s steaks. If you don’t win, but still want to order some juicy, grass fed beef, email Beau or give him a call directly at 605-538-4455.
Today’s contest is a piece of cake. Simply leave a comment in today’s blog post: The Primal Blueprint Health Challenge
To reiterate, comment on today’s OTHER post for a chance to win the steaks. Commenting on this post will get you nothing.
Midnight tonight, August 3rd.
Choosing a Winner:
Three comments, and thus three winners, will be chosen at random.
This prize is only available to residents of the 48 contiguous states. [If you don’t live in the U.S. and you win, we’ll ship you Mark’s Master Formula instead, and the steaks will go to an alternate winner.]
Other Important Info:
- Remember to use your real email address in the comment board. If you don’t we won’t have a way to contact you.
- Multiple comments won’t get you multiple entries. One comment is enough.
- If you win, we’ll need your full contact info (address and phone number). Beau will contact you with the specifics of delivery. As a small stipulation, someone must be at the address to pick up the steaks on the day of delivery (lest they rot in the sun).
To track all the contests visit The Primal Blueprint Health Challenge Contest Page for daily updates.
Visit The Primal Blueprint Health Challenge for challenge details.
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