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Terrence Jenkins Shares the Love with #PGmostloved

Recently I was given the Opportunity to do an interview with Terrence Jenkins. Terrence is Pop culture expert, actor, and co-anchor of “E News”. As a P&G fan Terrence knows all about spreading the love and some of the most popular product in America! I was able to ask several questions and his answers were recorded just for my blog! Terrence was really able to answer some great questions in regards to the new P&G saver coming out THIS SUNDAY MARCH 31st. I loved how open and honest Terrence was with me and my readers, this is one interview you do NOT want to miss! If you are a P&G fan make sure not to miss the Share The Love Twitter party coming on April 18th  join us using the Hashtag #PGmostloved. And Check out Terrence Jenkins on Twitter.
I know personally I cannot wait to get my Sunday paper. I wait and wait for these great savers to come out and know that there will actually be products that I use that I can save on! P&G really wants to share the love! To celebrate they are offering up a great box of some of their favorite products to one of my readers.(A $55 value) make sure you enter on the Rafflecopter below for a chance to win!
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**This interview was sponsored by P&G regardless all views expressed are those of my own.** 

Comments

Julie Wood said…
My favorite P&G product has to be Tide Laundry Detergent!
BreeAnna McManus - bwanna 12 at yahoo dot com said…
vicks
latanya t said…
pantene conditioner
rj7777 said…
Tide and pantene conditioner! Rita Spratlen rjspratlen@gmail.com
Abby said…
Olay for sure, Although I like all of their brands!!

abbygabbie@hotmail.com
Anonymous said…
Tide - having an active toddler (and myself) this is a must have.
Unknown said…
I love Cascade!
Laura Jacobson said…
Oh I love CREST!
Karin said…
I like Ivory dishwashing soap.
Unknown said…
Pantene Pro-V Conditioner
Caitlin said…
Bounty!

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