10 reasons to enter WMMB’s Summer of Curds giveaway

Wisconsin State Farmer
A winner is chosen every day through Sept. 21 in the Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board Summer of Curds giveaway.

MADISON, Wis. — The Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board’s (WMMB) popular Summer of Curds promotion is back for the third year and squeakier than ever.

Every day this summer through Sept. 21, Wisconsin Cheese will select one winner to receive a Summer of Curds prize package featuring fresh-from-the-vat Wisconsin cheese curds. 

To enter simply visit EatWisconsinCheese.com/SummerOfCurds and fill out the contest entry form. Squeaky, cheesy goodness awaits the winners. 

Need more motivation? Here are 10 reasons to enter the Summer of Curds giveaway: 

1. Each prize package contains 1 pound of the freshest, squeakiest Wisconsin cheese curds.

2. Prize packages also include wearable, sharable cheese buttons to show off your love of Wisconsin cheese.

3. Share your cheesy, squeaky winnings with a friend, or keep them all to yourself. (Be warned: Eating squeaky curds may alert any cheese fans in the vicinity.) 

4. A new winner is chosen every day.

5. Bragging rights are everything. Show off your shiny new prize pack with the #WisconsinCheese hashtag.

6. 93 days of summer mean 93 chances to win. Make it a part of your summer routine and enter every day.

7. It couldn’t be easier to enter. Just leave your name and email address. That’s it! 

8. It’s the next best thing to visiting a Wisconsin cheese plant and eating curds still fresh and warm from the vat. (You can totally do that too. Check out the Traveler’s Guide and plan your next trip around Wisconsin!)

9. Fry it up. Eat your cheese curds fresh from the bag or try our expert-tested recipe for classic Deep-Fried Cheese Curds. Or take it to the next level with nacho-fried or bacon-wrapped variations. 

10. You deserve the best. Snack on the curds that win more awards than any other state. 

To enter the contest or learn more about Wisconsin cheese, visit EatWisconsinCheese.com/SummerofCurds