I eat a ton of tuna. I’m the lady at the store with 10 cans.

I eat it plain out of the can.
I eat it with italian dressing and salad seasoning.
I am the queen of all tuna casseroles.

As a migraine sufferer I find a can of tuna can take the edge off.

Bumble Bee tuna is not only good, but is doing good.  The program BeeWell Miles which promotes fitness started in April and ends this month.

BeeWell Miles, a signature consumer program by Bumble Bee now in its second year, is an interactive initiative that inspires people to exercise and eat healthier using the dedicated resource Web site BeeWellMiles.com. Starting in April, participants can log the miles they walk, run or bike at BeeWellMiles.com. Bumble Bee then matches miles logged with a donation of 15 cents per mile to provide support to the Breast Cancer Network of Strength® YourShoes® 24/7 breast cancer support center. The BeeWell Miles program culminates in October each year, coinciding with National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

In conjunction with the BeeWell Miles program, Bumble Bee produces pink cans of Bumble Bee® Solid White Albacore – a low fat, high protein food ideal for a healthy diet. On these pink cans, game codes can be found that offer the chance to win one of 15,000 available prizes on BeeWellMiles.com. Prizes include music downloads, Lady Foot Locker® $100 gift cards, flowers and a spa trip valued at $25,000. Each time a participant wins a prize of flowers, a second bouquet is sent to someone who has reached out to the Network of Strength® 24/7 breast cancer support center.

Looks like I’ll be the lady with 10 cool pink cans this week!

no product received, posting  just ’cause

3 Comments on Bumble Bee and the BeeWell Miles Program Fight Breast Cancer

  1. Stefani
    October 18, 2009 at 7:19 pm (8 years ago)

    I have not seen the pink cans but will have to grab a couple at the store if I see them.

    Reply
  2. Carolina Girl
    October 13, 2009 at 3:01 pm (8 years ago)

    Really? I didn’t know that about tuna and migraines! How interesting! I eat a lot of tuna also…this is good info!

    Reply
    • Short Pump Preppy
      October 13, 2009 at 6:39 pm (8 years ago)

      I had heard fish oil and migraines…so it makes sense that I crave tunat when I have one.

      Reply

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