Happy 85th Birthday for Gerber

This year, the Gerber brand celebrates 85 years of helping parents raise happy, healthy babies. The brand was created by Dorothy and Dan Gerber – two parents who sought a better, more convenient way to nourish their children.

Parents can feel proud that they are laying the foundation for their baby’s healthy growth and development with foods designed to help meet the nutritional and developmental needs of babies and children through 4 years of age.

“We’re very excited to share our 85th birthday celebration with our loyal brand fans,” said Aileen Stocks, head of Integrated Marketing, Gerber. “We were founded by Dorothy and Dan Gerber, who, like many parents, were committed to providing nutritious foods for their baby. That promise remains our core focus 85 years later.”

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To celebrate the occasion, Gerber is helping birthday wishes come true for fans by giving away cash prizes.  For 85 days, it will award one $585 daily cash prize. At the end of the 85 days, it will make one lucky winner’s birthday wish come true with a $20,085 Grand Prize.

For a chance to win, people can “Like” the Gerber Facebook page and enter the birthday sweepstakes once daily through June 30. Fans may also receive up to five additional grand prize entries when they share the Gerber 85th Birthday Everyday Giveaway with friends who then enter.

To enter for a chance to win and learn more about Gerber, you can visit the Gerber Facebook page.

Gerber Products Company joined the Nestle family on September 1, 2007.

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