Costumes, sweets and carving pumpkins. These three things define Halloween. So, to help get you in the Halloween spirit, we want to give everyone a chance to win a couple of boxes of their favourite –IsaLean® Shake!
Be one of three winners of our pumpkin carving contest!
Starting today, 19 October 2017, and ending 25 October 2017, we’re asking you to share a pic of your Isagenix themed Pumpkin on Facebook or Instagram. We will pick the best three Isa-themed designs and reward each winner with two boxes of their favourite flavour of IsaLean Shake!
Maybe you want to carve out your favorite shake flavor, or dress up the IsaGuy in a scary costume. Whatever your carving creation, to successfully submit your entry and be eligible to win, you must do the following:
1) Creatively carve your pumpkin, making sure that the design is Isagenix themed.
2) Take a picture of your carved Isa-pumpkin.
3) Post your pumpkin photo on the Isagenix UK Facebook page, or post it to your Instagram account using the hashtag #IsagenixEurope.
You can enter as many times as you want with as many different Isagenix-themed designs, but you can only win once. We’ve included a few stencils with some ideas to help get you inspired. Feel free to use these, enhance them or create your own design!
Here’s some pumpkin facts to inspire you!
- 1 cup of pumpkin (about 116 grams) contains approximately 30 calories, 0.1 grams of fat, and 0.6 grams of fiber.
- Pumpkins are low in calories, fat, and sodium and high in fiber. They are good sources of Vitamin A, Vitamin B, potassium, protein, and iron.
- The largest-ever pumpkin pie was baked in 2005 and weighed over 900 kilos.
- Pumpkin seeds should be planted between the last week of May and the middle of June. They take between 90 and 120 days to grow and are picked in October when they are bright orange in color. Their seeds can be saved to grow new pumpkins the next year.
- Pumpkins are a member of the gourd family, which includes cucumbers, honeydew melons, cantaloupe, watermelons and zucchini. These plants are native to Central America and Mexico, but now grow on six continents.
Happy carving and good luck!