Promotions


Contests they’ll want to enter. Prizes they’ll want to win.

Whether you’re an elementary or a high school milk coordinator, we have promotions well-suited to your students’ ages and interests. From free milk to the latest tech, we give your students what they want. We also give you what you want too: smart promotions, generous support and the pleasure of seeing children get excited about drinking milk. 

S’Milk Bucks (K-12)
A brand new collect to win promotion with multiple prize draws in December and June. The more you drink, the more chances to win cool prizes such as: GoPro, Drone, Beats, MacBook, School Sponsorship, Individual Scholarship, Trip to Florida.

Milk Run (K-4)
The Milk Run is a classroom game designed to educate students about dairy farming—and of course, give them plenty of chances to win some free milk.  Students work together to complete the path of milk distribution from farm to consumer. When their class completes the milk path, they will be entered to win a classroom iPad.

#MilkItForSpirit (7-12)
Give your students an opportunity to win a MacBook Air by participating in Milk It For Spirit. Students are asked to squeeze as many bodies and school milk cartons possible into one photo, and then post the picture on any of our three social media platforms (Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram). To complete their entry, students should tag us @SchoolMilkNL, and use the hashtags #MilkItForSpirit and #SchoolNameMilksIt.

#Milkalicious (7-12)
Milkalicious is a social media challenge that encourages creativity among students in grades 7 to 12. Students are asked to snap photos of what goes best with their milk, and then post the picture on any of our three social media platforms (Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram). To complete their entry, students should tag us @SchoolMilkNL, and use the hashtags #MilkItForSpirit and #SchoolNameMilksIt.


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