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Nutella invites fans in the U.S. to share their love of the brand for the chance to win an exclusive virtual cooking experience with Hilary Duff who is also a singer, producer and Mom. Hilary truly recognizes the importance of bringing that special Nutella treat to the family table. Nutella lovers and super fans can enter to win this virtual experience with Hilary by taking a photo, or writing a message in 50 words or less, that shows their love for the hazelnut spread and posting it to their personal Instagram page, personal Twitter page and/or directly on the Nutella USA Facebook page, with #WorldNutellaDaySweeps in the post or post caption.
These five lucky winners will also receive, as part of the grand prize, a $1,000 gift card to spend at Williams Sonoma and a Nutella kit in advance to prepare them for the cooking experience with Hilary Duff.
While practicing their writing skills, one first grade class in a school in Darien, IL wrote their ideas about how they love Nutella and what is the best way to eat Nutella. Should it be sprinkled on a croissant, muffin, bread, or strawberries? Though Nutella offers great breakfast solutions, most students wanted Nutella served with ice cream any time of day!
To bring more fans in on the festivities, Nutella will also award custom name jars to five hundred fans who enter the sweepstakes by showing their love for the brand on World Nutella Day. For more information on World Nutella Day, fans can visit www.NutellaDay.com and follow the hashtag #WorldNutellaDay. Be sure to visit @Nutella on Instagram and @NutellaUSA on Facebook and Twitter for the latest brand updates.
The Sweepstakes will begin on Friday, February 5, 2021 at 12:00 a.m. ET and continue until 11:59:59 p.m. ET on Friday, February 5, 2021.
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