Manwich Twitter Party



As families transition from carefree summer days to busy fall routines, it can be difficult to make hearty meals on a regular basis. Manwich gives moms and dads a quality ingredient to create easy meals that bring the family’s full attention back to mealtime. Plus, each can of Manwich is free of artificial flavors and preservatives, and offers a full serving of vegetables.

Join me on Thursday September 4, 2014 at 8pm ET for a fun and engaging Manwich Twitter Party. We will share mealtime tips, Manwich memories, and weekday meal recipes (visit recipe page for delicious meals the whole family can enjoy). You will also be eligible to win great prizes during the Twitter party.


When: Thursday, September 4, 2014 from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. ET

Where: Twitter or your favorite Twitter client (Hootsuite, Tweetdeck, Twubs, etc)

How: Follow @mochadad, @momsconfession and @owtk and tweet with the event hashtag #Manwich to participate. RSVP below

Hashtag: #Manwich

Tweet this:  Join us for the  Twitter Party 09/04/14 at 8PM ET. There will be cool prizes and fun conversation. RSVP here 

Join the conversation: If you have questions or meal time topics you’d like to discuss during the party, please post them in the comments section below (Facebook or WP Comments System)


Prizes during the event include:

  • $30 visa gift card
  • Sauce pan
  • Electric can opener
  • Apron
  • Pot holder
  • Wooden spoon
  • Manwich product (bold, original, thick and chunky)


You can RSVP by leaving your Twitter handle in the Linky below (You will have to input your Twitter name and URL (ie

Stay Strong,

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Frederick J. Goodall

Frederick J. Goodall is the founder of Mocha Dad - a parenting website focused on fatherhood. He is passionate about parenting and helping men to be great dads, husbands, and role models. You can contact him at or on Twitter at

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