Friday, June 20, 2014

Savor a Bit of Summer's Past with Bosco {Giveaway 6/27/14}


**Disclosure: We received complimentary products for the purpose of a review. No compensation was received. All opinions are 100% our own.

With Fourth of July around the corner, thoughts about watching parades and fireworks, hanging out on the boardwalk or sitting by the lake with a bowl of ice cream in hand enter our minds. Summer always brings back favorite childhood memories. Bosco is one of those companies that easily brings back some of those warm childhood memories. Bosco chocolate syrup has been treating children since 1928 and is one of those brands that is part of Americana.



This summer, Bosco is launching a national comeback. When I first heard that Bosco would now be available at Walmarts and I spotted the nostalgic syrup at World Market, I immediately smiled. My father-in-law taught my daughter the Bosco song awhile back and she had no clue what he was talking about. Now, she would be able to try it and understand a little more of this piece of the past---well, now the present!

Traditionalists, we tried the Bosco Chocolate Syrup and, of course, were not disappointed! My husband made a chocolate shake using the Bosco Chocolate Syrup and even drizzled some on top. Looks like it came from a soda fountain, doesn't it? Yum!


Bosco is relaunching with two new flavors, Sea Salt Caramel and Fudge Brownie. Altogether, Bosco comes in Chocolate, Mocha, Sea Salt Caramel, Fudge Brownie and Strawberry varieties. There is also a Sugar-free Chocolate version. Something for everyone!

Bosco is a 4th generation family-owned company and the products are American-made. Bosco was initially made as a milk enhancer with added B vitamins. Since Bosco also became a favorite topping for summer sundaes from a family-owned American company, it is fitting that we have a giveaway right before the Fourth of July! We will be giving away 2 coupons for free bottles of Bosco to 2 lucky readers! So, this is your chance to try Bosco's new flavors or scoop up your old favorites! The giveaway is open until June 27, 2014 and is open to US residents 18-years-old and older. Please enter below:

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22 comments:

  1. My favorite summer tradition is watching the 4th of July fireworks with family and friends.

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  2. Our favorite is going to the parade!

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  3. As soon as school finishes, we have a bbq, swim, and just hang out party at my parents so all the kids in the family can play together

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  4. My favorite summer tradition is every year wetake a 3 week long vacation.

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  5. I love going to Sonic for half-off milkshakes after 8.

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  6. I love stops at the park on my way home from work.

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  7. catching fireflies in the backyard

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  8. going out to the beach for the afternoon near the house and catching horseshoe crabs!

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  9. I like to play outside with my kids and have barbecues.

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  10. Taking walks and going to the beach!

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  11. When I was a kid, the summertime meant we would go out and mow lawns for summer cash. I can't wait until my son is old enough to do that. You can't beat the work ethic you learn from earning your own money.

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  12. My favorite summer tradition is getting out the pool and setting it up with my kids. Then after we are done, I get to watch them have fun.

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  13. My favorite Summer tradition is going to the beach!

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  14. My favorite has to be the cook outs.

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  15. All of our bbq's esp. our memorial day one! every year

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  16. My extended family is from Massachusetts and every summer as many of as possible get together at great aunt and uncles house on cape cod. We have a huge clam bake and it is a great time to be able to see relatives that you don't usually get to see.

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  17. My favorite summer tradition is campfires and s'mores. I must have s'mores.

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  18. BBQs and roasting smores

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