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@DoleFoods wants you to know about the value of fruits and vegetables in your diet. Check out their new sweepstakes to win great prizes daily.

Eligibility: Open only to legal residents of the fifty (50) United States (including District of Columbia) who are at least eighteen (18) years old.

Entry Dates: Begins on January 14, 2011 and ends on April 7, 2011 at 11:59 p.m. ET.

How to enter: Visit dole.promo.eprize.com/juice

Entry Limit: Each participant may enter/play one time per day.

Additional Sweepstakes Entries: Each participate may receive up to sixty (60) additional Sweepstakes entries by any method or combination of methods listed below:

Facebook section: You may receive one Punch for each action listed below:

  • “Like” the DOLE brand page on Facebook to receive one Punch during the Promotion Period
  • Post the following message on your Facebook wall:
    Celebrate DOLE now in 100% juice with the chance to win a Grand Prize $15,000 Hawaiian Retreat and one of over 1,000 instant win prizes! to receive one Punch per day
  • Share the Promotion with Friends on Facebook to receive one (1) Punch per day

Twitter section: Sign into your Twitter account. If you do not have an account, visit www.twitter.com to create one. Once logged into your Twitter account follow the links and instructions to become a follower of @DoleFoods. Then tweet the daily message below with http://bit.ly/hgPaSI included. You will receive one Punch for becoming a follower during the Promotion Period. You will receive one Punch per day for tweeting the daily message.

Remaining Tweets from the official rules:

Copy and paste the tweet to send out on Twitter. The tweet is ONLY GOOD for the date that is shown below. You need to post a new tweet each day and only from the list below.

1/17/2011
Kids who drink apple juice daily may have less chance of developing asthmatic symptoms, says one study. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

1/18/2011
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day; opt for fruits, whole grains and lean proteins. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

1/19/2011
It’s easy to fit in extra nutrient servings: a 15 oz bottle of fruit juice = 4 servings of vitamin C. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

1/20/2011
Increase your intake of fruits and vegetables by adding them to what you already eat. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

1/21/2011
As a first course, choose vegetable dishes and fruit. Return for heavier items in your second course. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSl

1/22/2011
Confused about
serving sizes? A medium piece of fruit is about the size of a baseball. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

1/23/2011
Fruit combats obesity. Fruit and veggies are low in calories but high in fiber, water and nutrients. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

1/24/2011
Fruit protects lungs, per one study. Try regularly eating apples, pears and oranges to help reduce risk. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

1/25/2011
Fiber combats hunger and also reduces the risk of heart disease and cancer. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

1/26/2011
Have you hit a diet plateau? Try adding strength training to your exercise routine. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

1/27/2011
Healthy fats boost heart health and may lower the risk of Alzheimer’s. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

1/28/2011
Thirst is sometimes mistaken for hunger, so keep hydrated to keep appetite in line. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

1/29/2011
Don’t skip breakfast! Research shows
breakfast eaters burn an extra 200-300 calories a day. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

1/30/2011
Avoid over-exposure to the sun, as it depletes your skin’s supply of vitamin E. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

1/31/2011
To keep weight down, sit up. Good posture helps send satiety signals to the brain. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

2/1/2011
Cut 500 calories a day to drop a pound a week. Eat low-cal, high-fiber fruits to reach your goal. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

2/2/2011
Eat apples that actually “scrub” your teeth while you chew to prevent tarnishing those pearly whites. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

2/3/2011
Vitamin C benefits the heart. Top sources include citrus fruits, kiwis and strawberries. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSl

2/4/2011
2 apples a day can add fiber that may deter heart disease & keep you full longer to help lose weight. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

2/5/2011
Whenever possible, eat fruits with the
peel left on. Many nutrients are concentrated in the skin. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

2/6/2011
No time for exercise? Take the stairs instead of the elevator or park on the perimeter of the lot. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

2/7/2011
Dried fruit is a great option for a healthy snack. It retains its nutrients and has a long shelf life. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

2/8/2011
To avoid overindulging at a dinner event have a low-calorie snack with a big glass of water beforehand. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

2/9/2011
Cranberry juice consumption was linked with an increase in HDL (good) cholesterol, in one study. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

2/10/2011
Keep a food journal to help you make healthy choices. Write down and review your meals and snacks. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

2/11/2011
Include vitamin C-rich foods like red bell peppers, citrus fruits, kiwis and broccoli in your diet. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

2/12/2011
Shine a light on overeating. Dieters are more likely to binge in dimly lit areas than in bright areas. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

2/13/2011
Junk food is high in calories, while fruit is low in calories and high in fiber, water and nutrients. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

2/14/2011
For gorgeous, glossy hair, eat plenty of vitamin C-rich foods such as papaya, citrus fruits and kiwis. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

2/15/2011
Add 1.5 liters of water to your daily regimen and process an extra 17,400 calories a year. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

2/16/2011
Early morning exercise may help with falling asleep at night. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

2/17/2011
Let your stomach growl before grabbing grub: You’ll enjoy your meal more and may end up weighing less. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

2/18/2011
Making time for breakfast may help you avoid health problems down the road. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

2/19/2011
If you are trying to lose weight, keep a food journal and make sure you measure portion sizes. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

2/20/2011
Eat high-fiber foods like fruit and veggies to fill up with more nutrients and fewer calories. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

2/21/2011
Boost calorie-burn while walking on a treadmill by swinging your arms vigorously or using hand weights. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

2/22/2011
Apples, citrus, and berries contain flavonoids, which are under study for possible heart benefits. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

2/23/2011
Exercise enhances immune function and blood circulation. Regenerate your body rapidly with activity. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

2/24/2011
Cantaloupe is king! This melon supplies beta-carotene, plus 100% of your daily vitamin C needs. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSl

2/25/2011
Frozen berries are a great way to add flavor and nutrients with minimal fuss and calories. Official Rules
http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

2/26/2011
Bring in healthy office snacks for a supply of good-for-you foods when hunger hits. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

2/27/2011
Fight fat with vitamin C! Top sources: red bell peppers, kiwi, Brussels sprouts, pineapple and papaya. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

2/28/2011
Exercise more, and stress less, to boost skin protection. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

3/1/2011
Empty calories can interfere with satiety signals by starving you of nutrients even while eating. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

3/2/2011
Pineapple is a top source of vitamin C and the only source of bromelain which may support skin health. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

3/3/2011
Pineapple also supplies vitamin C (to spur collagen formation) and manganese (to support bone density). Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

3/4/2011
Eat strawberries: A new study from UCLA discovered strawberry extracts
halted cancer cell growth. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

3/5/2011
Two bananas are an excellent source of potassium – providing 26% of your daily potassium needs. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

3/6/2011
Give your peeler a rest — Red Delicious Apple with skin has 85% more fiber than a naked one. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

3/7/2011
Fiber fights breast cancer! Get the recommended 25 grams of fiber from raspberries, pears, and bananas. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSl

3/8/2011
Each extra 1/2 cup serving of fruit eaten daily reduced heart disease and stroke risk, in one study. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

3/9/2011
If your salad is looking a bit bland, toss in some color! Oranges make for a nutritious and tasty salad. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

3/10/2011
Maintain your weight loss with daily exercise. Break it up with walks, calisthenics and weight training. Official Rules
http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

3/11/2011
Avoid diet pitfalls while eating out, ask for a takeout box and save half your meal for the next day. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

3/12/2011
Eating fruits high in vitamin C and fiber contributes to healthier aging. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

3/13/2011
Increase your fruit intake by adding them to foods you already eat. Like pineapples on cottage cheese. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

3/14/2011
10 minutes of exercise can boost blood levels of growth hormone by six times more than when at rest. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

3/15/2011
Five fewer bites could add up to 10 less pounds. Serve yourself less and you can cut 100 calories a day. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

3/16/2011
Vitamin C benefits the heart. Vitamin C helps to combat the oxidation of LDL (bad) cholesterol. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

3/17/2011
Found only in pineapple, bromelain is an enzyme under study for possible
asthma relief. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

3/18/2011
Bananas can help you peel off the pounds by keeping the body hydrated and metabolism elevated. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

3/19/2011
Move your feet to calm your nerves! Walk off your worries and help avoid weight gain. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

3/20/2011
Manage calories by breathing better. Instead of inhaling your food, take deep breaths between each bite. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

3/21/2011
Choose the self-checkout station. Shoppers who do the scanning are 43% less likely to make impulse buys. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

3/22/2011
Here’s a trick to get more juice out a citrus fruit: Zap it in the microwave for 30 seconds. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

3/23/2011
An apple-a-day keeps the doctor away. One apple provides nearly a quarter of your daily fiber. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

3/24/2011
Lace up to lower blood pressure. Walking just 25
minutes, three times a week may lower blood pressure. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

3/25/2011
Eating fruit daily provides vitamins that may lower risk of developing macular degeneration. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

3/26/2011
Exercise may alter your taste buds post-workout. So, work up a sweat and curb your cravings for sweets. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

3/27/2011
Feeling melancholic? Check your folic. Low levels of folic acid have been linked to depression. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

3/28/2011
Forgo the sports drinks and grab fresh fruit instead. Fruit has more potassium and fewer calories. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

3/29/2011
No-doze dieters ruin themselves. Sleep deprivation raises levels of a hormone that regulates appetite. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSl

3/30/2011
Thirst can be mistaken for hunger, so keep hydrated to keep appetite in line.
Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

3/31/2011
The secret of the models could be fruit. Women who ate fruit lost more weight than those that didn’t. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

4/1/2011
When grocery shopping, buy most items from the perimeter of the store, where the healthy stuff is. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

4/2/2011
Forward march your way into a better mood. Those who walk more also have the higher energy levels. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

4/3/2011
Eating breakfast can reduce your daily total calorie intake by as much as 10%. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

4/4/2011
Eat in to be thin! People consume 50% more calories when they eat out than when they cook at home. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

4/5/2011
Turn ad time into ab time. You can get in 18 minutes of sit-ups for each hour of television viewing. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

4/6/2011
Love bananas? Your flowers love
them too–the peels are nutrient-rich and can be added to the soil. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

4/7/2011
When eating fruit, give them a quick dip and scrub, as vitamins are lost the longer they sit in water. Official Rules http://bit.ly/hgPaSI

Learn More section: Click on, or visit any of the available links to receive the designated number of Punches.

  • Click on “Opt-in to the DOLE Sunshine Times” to receive one Punch during the Promotion Period
  • Click on the “Read a Nutrition Tip” to receive one Punch per day
  • Click on the “Visit the DOLE 100% Juice Homepage” to receive one Punch per Week

Tell Friends section: You will be invited to submit the names and email addresses of up to three (3) friends who must be eligible to enter the Promotion. Each person that you refer will receive an email notifying him or her about the Promotion.

Survey section: Click on the two available surveys. For each survey you complete you will receive one Punch.

Prizes:

Sweepstakes Prize:

(1) GRAND PRIZE: A trip for four (4) to Oahu, HI. Trip package includes roundtrip, coach-class air transportation for four (4) from a major airport near winner’s home to Oahu, HI; eight (8) days and seven (7) nights accommodations at the Sheraton Waikiki Ocean Front; choice of one (1) 80 minute massage treatment for two (2) adults (Lomi Lomi, Swedish, or Shiatsu massage) at Spa Khakara; visit to the Dole Pineapple Plantation; ground transportation to and from airport and hotel; six (6) buffet breakfasts; a sunset beachfront dinner; sunset dinner cruise; 1-hour catamaran sail; an escorted island safari adventure or full size jeep or convertible for the day to explore Oahu; a ½ day tour of Pearl Harbor; Lei Greeting at the airport; an Escorted Hawaiian Luau; choice of 1 of the following: 1) Sheraton Polynesian Review Dinner Show, 2) SOS Show w/Dinner, or 3) Dinner @ Waikiki’s Sky Top Revolving Restaurant; Escorted Hanauma Bay Excursion; choice of a Honolulu Trolley Pass or Surfing Lesson (Adults only); a tour of the Dole Plantation; and a parasail and jet ski package. ARV: $15,000

Instant Win Game Prizes:

Week 1 (1/14/2011 – 1/20/2011):

(10) FIRST PRIZES: $25 Home Depot gift code. ARV: $25

(75) SECOND PRIZES: Coupon good for one (1) free DOLE Fruit Bowls 4-pack or DOLE All Natural Fruit in Jar. ARV: $3.69

Week 2 (1/21/2011 – 1/27/2011):

(10) FIRST PRIZES: $25 Amazon.com gift code. ARV: $25

(75) SECOND PRIZES: Coupon good for one (1) free DOLE Fruit Bowls 4-pack or DOLE All Natural Fruit in Jar. ARV: $3.69

Week 3 (1/28/2011 – 2/3/2011):

(10) FIRST PRIZES: $25 Cooking.com gift code. ARV: $25

(75) SECOND PRIZES: Coupon good for one (1) free DOLE Fruit Bowls 4-pack or DOLE All Natural Fruit in Jar. ARV: $3.69

Week 4 (2/4/2011 – 2/10/2011):

(10) FIRST PRIZES: $25 Nike gift code. ARV: $25

(75) SECOND PRIZES: Coupon good for one (1) free DOLE Fruit Bowls 4-pack or DOLE All Natural Fruit in Jar. ARV: $3.69

Week 5 (2/11/2011 – 2/17/2011):

(10) FIRST PRIZES: $25 Bath & Body Works gift code. ARV: $25

(75) SECOND PRIZES: Coupon good for one (1) free DOLE Fruit Bowls 4-pack or DOLE All Natural Fruit in Jar. ARV: $3.69

Week 6 (2/18/2011 – 2/24/2011):

(10) FIRST PRIZES: $25 Kodak Gallery gift code. ARV: $25

(75) SECOND PRIZES: Coupon good for one (1) free DOLE Fruit Bowls 4-pack or DOLE All Natural Fruit in Jar. ARV: $3.69

Week 7 (2/25/2011 – 3/3/2011):

(10) FIRST PRIZES: $25 Macy’s gift code. ARV: $25

(75) SECOND PRIZES: Coupon good for one (1) free DOLE Fruit Bowls 4-pack or DOLE All Natural Fruit in Jar. ARV: $3.69

Week 8 (3/4/2011 – 3/10/2011):

(10) FIRST PRIZES: $20 iTunes gift code. ARV: $20

(75) SECOND PRIZES: Coupon good for one (1) free DOLE Fruit Bowls 4-pack or DOLE All Natural Fruit in Jar. ARV: $3.69

Week 9 (3/11/2011 – 3/17/2011):

(10) FIRST PRIZES: $25 Netflix gift code. ARV: $25

(75) SECOND PRIZES: Coupon good for one (1) free DOLE Fruit Bowls 4-pack or DOLE All Natural Fruit in Jar. ARV: $3.69

Week 10 (3/18/2011 – 3/24/2011):

(10) FIRST PRIZES: $50 Spafinder.com gift code. ARV: $50

(75) SECOND PRIZES: Coupon good for one (1) free DOLE Fruit Bowls 4-pack or DOLE All Natural Fruit in Jar. ARV: $3.69

Week 11 (3/25/2011 – 3/31/2011):

(10) FIRST PRIZES: $25 REI gift code. ARV: $25

(75) SECOND PRIZES: Coupon good for one (1) free DOLE Fruit Bowls 4-pack or DOLE All Natural Fruit in Jar. ARV: $3.69

Week 12 (4/1/2011 – 4/7/2011):

(10) FIRST PRIZES: $25 Fandango gift code. ARV: $25

(75) SECOND PRIZES: Coupon good for one (1) free DOLE Fruit Bowls 4-pack or DOLE All Natural Fruit in Jar. ARV: $3.69

Prize Limit: One (1) Instant Win Game prize per person.

Drawing Date: On or around April 8, 2011.

Official rules: Embedded in site

Sweeps Rating: Good

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