“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.”Our Fourth of July celebration started on July 3rd when we went downtown Nashville and took a walk on Lower Broadway. Despite the rain, Broadway was full of tourists and Nashvillians getting ready for the country’s biggest firework display. We watched them set up the main stage and listened to sound checks. We heard several Luke Bryan tunes.
Yep, it was a wet day. We still managed to spend some time at the Sweet ‘N Low truck. Sweet’N Low is launching a national sampling truck tour this summer – “Don’t Hesita(s)te” – and they stopped in Music City. Yay!Sweet’N Low offered us FREE sweetened iced tea, which really hit the spot on a humid day. The tea was delicious.
My daughter, Christy, had a nice chat with Carlos (he is wearing the American flag bandana). Turns out, they are both huge fans of music festivals. He was so much fun to talk to and he told us how much he enjoys being part of the Sweet’N Low truck tour.The entire crew was so energetic and fun. They told us that Sweet’N Low’s national sampling summer truck tour “Don’t Hesita(s)te” represents that moment when someone hesitates before tasting something. When this happens, they can miss out on something delicious. I have to admit, this has happened to me on several occasions.We posed at the photo booth with our cute signs. Sweet’ N Low is currently running the #DontHesitaste photo contest. All you have to do is upload a picture of your favorite Sweet’N Low-sweetened drink for a chance to win money, prizes and more! But you must use the hashtags #DontHesitaste and #contestentry in your post.I love their cute little set up – white benches and tables with pink umbrellas. You can’t miss it. And listen to this, if you mention my name at an upcoming Sweet’ N Low event, you can win a free gift. I think that’s sweet!
When I got home, I made lemon iced tea with Sweet’N Low. Ahh, so good!One little pink packet of Sweet’N Low, made with saccharin, is about as sweet as two teaspoons of sugar. There is a variety of misinformation available about saccharin, but the sweetener used in Sweet’N Low is safe for human consumption. In fact, many reputable organizations such as the American Diabetes Association, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, World Health Organization, and National Cancer Institute have acknowledged saccharin’s safety for human consumption and its benefit in helping to develop a healthy eating plan for long-term weight management, as well as for maintaining an overall healthy lifestyle.
Even though we didn’t get to watch the nation’s biggest firework display (so much rain), we had a fun Fourth of July weekend and we actually enjoyed a smaller firework display just north of Nashville on July 3rd. I hope y’all had a fun and ‘sweet’ Fourth of July.
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