Lafayette, California (EastBayDaily) — Lindsay Olives, America’s number one selling olive brand, today announced the launch of its Facebook photo contest, “Take Lindsay with You.” The contest encourages Lindsay Olives’ Facebook fans to take Lindsay Olives on the road with them this summer and share their experiences for a chance to win a $1,000 Visa gift card and one year’s supply of olives, which will include Recloseables, Natural Green Ripe and Sliced Black Ripe olives. In addition to first place, four runner-up prizes of $250 gift cards will be given out.
The Facebook “Take Lindsay with You” contest will run from June 15 through July 15, 2012. Participants upload pictures of how they take Lindsay Olives products with them. After uploading, each photo submitted will be eligible for voting and the picture with the most “likes” at the end of the contest will win.
The social media campaign is designed to remind consumers that olives are a healthy snacking option that are easy to transport and ideal for a busy, on-the-go lifestyle. Taking olives to the beach for the day, providing a tasty treat for the swim team or bringing olives to a neighborhood barbeque – it’s the perfect take-it-with-you food item.
“The Lindsay Olives contest was designed with the busy customer in mind,” said Andal Alison, marketing manager at Lindsay Olives. “We love giving back to our fans and olives are great to pop into lunches or for healthy snacks on-the-go.”
For a complete list of Lindsay Olives products, visit http://www.lindsayolives.com. To “like” Lindsay Olives on Facebook and participate in the contest, go to http://www.facebook.com/lindsayolives.
About Lindsay Olives Lindsay Olives provides a full line of olives, including its delicious, savory California black ripe olives and Naturals Green Ripe olives. Lindsay Olives’ parent company, Bell-Carter Foods, Inc., was established in 1912 in Berkeley, California, and now produces more than 10 million cases of olives annually, making it the largest U.S. table olive processor and the second largest in the world. Fourth generation family owned and a commitment to sustainability and innovation, the company is headquartered in Lafayette, California, and processes olives in Corning, California.