PinChat: Nothing But Good with Chobani

Join #PinChat this Friday, March 30th at 9PM Eastern Time. Our featured guest is Chobani . Learn what Pins gain the most traction, benefits they are discovering from using Pinterest and tips for users and brands.  5  LUCKY  PinChatters will each receive a case of Chobani Yogurt!

About Chobani:

Chobani is the deliciously thick, creamy yogurt that’s captured hearts and taste buds across the world, making us the #1 selling yogurt in America. Made deep in the rolling hills of Central New York, each cup is carefully handcrafted to perfection using only the highest quality natural ingredients- just fresh milk, real fruit and natural sweeteners. Chobani gives a portion of its annual profits to charities worldwide through its Shepherd’s Gift Foundation, the company’s charitable arm. All Chobani products are gluten free, Kosher certified, made with milk free of rBST andprovide two times more protein than regular yogurt, five live and active cultures, and three strains of probiotics. Chobani retails for MSRP $1.29/6oz, $3.29/16oz, $5.99/32oz, and $3.99/Champions 4-pack. Chobani products are available nationwide as well as in Canada and Australia.

For more information, visit chobani.com.

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About me:

Lindsay, Community Coordinator
From chatting with Chobaniac bloggers and fans to tweeting, Facebooking, Instagramming and pinning ‘nothing but good’ content all day (and night), Lindsay coordinates Chobani’s social media and PR efforts. A proud Villanova Wildcat, she now lives in NYC where she somehow finds time to run crazy miles in Central Park as she trains for her third marathon. Her favorite flavors rotate between Pineapple, Pomegranate, and Passion Fruit, though she’s been known to eat all three in one sitting. 
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One thought on “PinChat: Nothing But Good with Chobani

  1. pam March 31, 2012 at 2:09 am Reply

    I like the versatility of the plain,it has become a staple in my fridge.

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