If your school was one of the lucky few selected to participate in PTO Today’s recent King’s Hawaiian free sample offer, congrats! You’ve been chosen to receive vouchers to redeem for $108 worth of King’s Hawaiian dinner rolls to serve at your October Family Movie Night, a monster sandwich recipe, The Legend of Hallowaiian DVD movie trailer to screen before your movie, and coupons for parents to take home—along with the chance for families to win a trip to Hawaii!

Here’s how to make the most of this offer at your October Family Movie Night.

1. Pick up your FREE King’s Hawaiian rolls.

Redeem the two free product vouchers at your local grocery or retail store. Each voucher is valued at $54 and is good toward the purchase of nine packages of King’s Hawaiian dinner rolls (12 rolls per package, any flavor)—that’s 216 servings.

2. Promote your Family Movie Night with our customizable flyer and Facebook graphic.

Get families excited about attending your Family Movie Night, the chance to get a sneak peek at the movie trailer for The Legend of Hallowaiian, and the chance to win a family trip to Hawaii! Download our colorful Facebook graphic and flyer below to spread the word.

Maximize your chances to win by publicizing the contest to your school community. Click to download the Facebook graphic and customizable event flyer below, then share them on your group’s Facebook page.

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3. Serve King’s Hawaiian dinner rolls at your Family Movie Night.

Use your complimentary King’s Hawaiian dinner rolls to serve up some spooktacular snacks! For a great Halloween movie tie-in, make Menehune Sliders (recipe below), featuring the mythical character Menehune from The Legend of Hallowaiian movie. Display the table tent (sent with the rest of the materials) next to your sliders so parents can learn more about King’s Hawaiian dinner rolls, The Legend of Hallowaiian movie, and their chance to win a family trip to Hawaii!

If you’re short on time (or volunteer sous-chefs), prep the ingredients ahead of time and then invite families to assemble their own monster sandwich creations before the movie starts!

4. Show the DVD movie trailer for The Legend of Hallowaiian.

Ahead of your scheduled movie, play the provided DVD movie trailer for The Legend of Hallowaiian, a family adventure set in Hawaii during a spooky Halloween evening (rated PG). The Legend of Hallowaiian is the movie of the month on DirecTV from Sept. 20 to Oct. 16 and will be shown in select theaters throughout the country. Families can watch the trailer to learn more about The Legend of Hallowaiian movie and their chance to win a family trip to Hawaii!

MENEHUNE SLIDERS (serves 200)

  • 36 pounds roast beef or pulled pork

  • 18 (15 oz.) bottles King’s Hawaiian Original Sweet Pineapple BBQ Sauce

  • 18 12-packs King’s Hawaiian Original Hawaiian Sweet Dinner Rolls

  • 100 slices Monterey jack cheese, cut into quarters

  • 8 cups shredded carrots

  • 8 cups julienned red bell peppers

  • 400 blue cereal loops

  • 400 toothpicks

  • 108 medium black olives, quartered

  • 200 sweet red baby peppers

  1. Mix together roast beef or pulled pork and King’s Hawaiian Original Sweet Pineapple BBQ Sauce.

  2. Slice King’s Hawaiian dinner rolls in half; separate top half from bottom half. Spoon portion of meat onto bottom half of each roll.

  3. Use quarter slice of cheese to create teeth for each slider. Place teeth on top of meat.

  4. Slice inch-long slit across top half of each roll to place “hair” into (see step #5 for making hair). Place on top of meat, creating slider.

  5. For hair: Arrange shredded carrots and julienned bell pepper into prepared slit across top of roll.

  6. For eyes: Use quarter slice of cheese to create two eye shapes for each slider. Use two toothpicks to attach cheese. Place blue cereal loop and olive quarter onto each toothpick.

  7. For nose, eyebrows, and ears: Cut tip of baby pepper as nose. Divide remaining pepper in half. Cut one portion lengthwise to create ears and cut other portion into two rectangles for eyebrows. Gently place onto slider.

Short on time? Just add two “eyes” (pimiento olives on toothpicks) and “hair” (shredded carrots) to each sandwich!