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In celebration of educators everywhere, Dollar General is teaming with Procter & Gamble® to honor our nation’s schools and teachers who make a difference in the lives of children through its Every Day Heroes program . The Every Day Heroes campaign honors educators who teach students to be their best by offering great savings on school supplies and other products for the heroes closest to our hearts.

Dollar General has a strong commitment to education through the Dollar General Literacy Foundation and believes learning to read, earning a GED or learning the English language are investments that opens doorways for personal, professional and economic growth.

During September, Dollar General is recognizing Kimberly Shearer, an English teacher and library science teacher at Boone County High School in Florence, Ky., as its Every Day Hero. As an eight-year veteran of Boone County High School, her commitment to educating our youth and advocating for 21st century literary skills through the use of technology helped earn her the title of “Kentucky Teacher of the Year.”

When she is not busy helping her students succeed, Kimberly is spending time with her husband and two daughters.

September 1 brandSAVER®: Try it & Love it
Please be sure to pick up the September P&G brandSAVER® found in local newspapers on Sunday, September 1. We have created a special prize pack for one of our readers that includes full-sized:

· A $10 Dollar General Gift Card
· CoverGirl Black Ink Eye Pencil
· Tide PODS Spring Meadow (sample size)
· Febreze Fabric Refresher Gain Scent Spray
· Febreze Air Effects with Gain Fresh Scent
· A Dollar General reusable shopping bag

We also want you to know they can use P&G brandSAVER® coupons at Dollar General to get high-quality P&G products at great prices. Be sure to use your P&G brandSAVER® at Dollar General for even more savings on everyone’s favorite brands like Febreze Air Effects with Gain Fresh Scent, which sweeps away stale odors and leaves a fresh scent.

Good Luck!
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24 Replies to “P&G Prize Pack Giveaway!”

  1. my favorite teacher (of all my life) my 4th grade math teacher Mr Martin. After all these years, I can still see him in the grocery store and he remembers me. I would not have gotten through 4th grade math if it wasn’t for him.

  2. My favorite teacher was definitely high school English, Mrs. Hoyle. She had MS and was truly an inspiration to us all.

  3. Frau Harvey, My German teacher for 4 years in high school was my fave! I even went back and TA for while..as well as was anexchange student to Germany through her exchange program! It was fun!
    Thank you for the opportunity!

  4. Stupid mobile posted too quickly!! My favorite teacher was my senior English teacher, Cynthia Kershaw.

  5. Ms. Ruth Lager…she was my 4th grade teacher when I moved from NY to IL. She was the most caring and dedicated to children and education that I have ever known a person to be. I love her and will always remember her.

  6. my favorite was the school principal, he made sure i did my best and yet cause i grew up a hard life looked out for me

  7. sorry i cant do instagram and as for shopping because i am handicapped that is a big thrill for mr please understand

  8. My favorite teacher is Mrs. Hunsader. She works with FVTC in Wisconsin and had help me get back on track with my education. I also learned a lot from the class on life goals and being a wonderful parent to my two boys!

  9. My fav teacher was ms.mcconnel.She was my kindegarten teacher. She had chubby red cheeks and was the sweetest teacher

  10. I had a few favorites. Mrs Waldron, my kindergarten teacher. Mr Thomas, math 6th grade, and Mrs Cheegar, choir 7th grade. Mrs Waldron looked just like the picture Dear Abbey had in the paper. Mr Thomas used to let us play board games when we finished our assigment. Mrs Cheegar let us have a dance hour every Friday. This is when Saturday Night Fever was at the theaters. So we did the Hussle, mostly. Thanks for bringing back those good memories!

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