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Campbell's Chunky 'Click for Cans' NFL Campaign


Obviously the Bucs didn't make it to the Playoffs this season, but the fan base did send the team to the Playoffs as far as Campbell's Chunky Soup is concerned. Click any of the links below to 'click' the Bucs further into the Campbell's Chunky Playoffs. This week they face off against the Dallas Cowboys... Good luck!

The NFL Season started some five weeks ago, so I've been neglecting to inform you about this for quite some time and I apologize. The great folks from Campbell's Chunky Soup are running a 'Click for Cans' Campaign throughout the NFL Season this year. Fans are encouraged to head over to to help your favorite team: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers become the most clicked team in the NFL.

Just for clicking, Chunky will provide the Second Harvest Food Bank of Tampa Bay with 1,000 Cans of Soup. Should the Tampa Bay Buccaneers win the NFC for clicks, Campbell's Chunky will hand out an additional 12,000 cans of Soup. Should the Bucs win the 'Click for Cans' Championship, another 5,000 cans will be added to the coup for a total of 18,000 Cans.

How to play: Each week, NFL teams are featured in matchups that mirror the actual NFL schedule. (Teams with byes will be matched up against each other, with one team being designated as the home team by Campbells Chunky.) You pick one matchup a day and vote for the team you want to win Click for Cans. Wins are based on the top vote-getting team in each weekly matchup. In the event of a tie, the win will be awarded to the team that is playing on its home field. When the game week ends (from Tuesday 12 AM, EST to Monday 11:59 PM, EST), votes are reset and teams are matched up against a new opponent. You only get one vote a day, so come back every day to help THE BUCS win.

As if a great cause wasnt worthy enough to go to and click, you have the opportunity to enter the Campbell's Chunky 2009 Pro Bowl Sweepstakes, each day after you vote, for a chance to win a trip for two to the 2009 NFL Pro Bowl in Hawaii.

Consider today Public Awareness Day!! Click folks, click!