Jun 29, 2015

Sweet N' Low Truck Tour #DontHesitaste

“I participated in an Influencer Activation on behalf of Influence Central for Sweet’N Low. I received a promotional item to thank me for my participation.”





Every summer since moving to North Carolina my family attends the Peak City Pig Fest. It's an awesome BBQ festival with tons of booths and fun activities for the kids. My kids love trying the award winning BBQ and playing in the kids area. What kid wouldn't love an area filled with bounce houses and games to play? We pretty much eat and play our way through the festival and have a great time. 


Last year the BBQ chicken pizza was the kid favorite. 


This year we stopped by the Sweet'N Low's national truck tour to check out their iced tea sweeten with Sweet'N Low. I warned the kids going in that mommy needed to work there and that we would be in that area a little longer than normal. What I didn't realize was that I would eventually have to drag them out of the truck area so other families could enjoy it. 

They had a blast!




There were a few activities for the kids to do at the truck. They took several pictures with the props and played corn hole for almost an hour. I should mention that the festival was on an extremely hot and humid day so going to a truck with tons of shade and iced tea was welcomed! 

Growing up my best friend's mom always had ice tea in the kitchen. We used Sweet'N Low to sweeten our tea back then and her tea was my favorite. After moving away from the South I stopped drinking iced tea since it wasn't served very often and when it was the tea was awful! There is no comparison to Southern Iced Tea, 


Trying a sample and enjoying the shade!


I forgot how much I love iced tea! After taking one sip of that tea it was like going back 25 years in time. I instantly remembered just how sweet Sweet'N Low makes the tea, but without all the calories! One pink packet of Sweet’N Low is about as sweet as two teaspoons of sugar.Talk about a win/win for this mom! If it's also been years since you've tried Sweet'N Low, you need to try it again. I bet you'll like it as much as I did.

Even more surprising was that my husband liked the ice tea. He normally hates ice tea but he liked it at the Sweet'N Low truck. He grew up with sweet flavored tea and never liked it. I'm shocked that I actually found some ice tea that he will drink but I'm not complaining. He needs an alternative to soda! Clearly a company that has been around for 56 years has stood the test of time for a reason. Check out the Sweet'N Low truck tour schedule to see when they will be in your area so you can try their sweetened beverages for yourself. While you're there, stay awhile to play and have some fun. You could win a gift just for stopping by their booth! 




While you're at the truck, be sure to take some pictures and enter their #DontHesitaste contest. Sweet’N Low’s “Don’t Hesita(s)te” represents that moment when you hesitate before tasting something, which means you could be missing out on something great! For me and my sweet tooth it usually means I skip dessert. Growing up I only used Sweet'N Low to sweeten my drinks but now they have recipes using their product for desserts as well. Now there is no excuse, #DontHesitaste anymore when it comes to treats. 

To enter the #DontHesitaste photo contest, upload a picture of your favorite Sweet’N Low-sweetened drink for a chance to win money, prizes and more! To be considered you must use the hashtags #DontHesitaste and #contestentry in your post.

My daughters liked the props and posed for many pictures for the contest. Of course mom had to get into at least one picture! 




Want to learn more about Sweet'N Low product or their #DontHesitaste contest? Visit Swett'N Low on their website and on Facebook for more information. And don't forget to check out their truck tour. Chances are they are coming to an event near you. 

Is the SweetN' Low truck coming to your area? What is your #DontHesitaste moment? 

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