This year, talk turkey with the experts during weekly Web chats on Butterball.com, visit a revamped Web site, check out a new mobile site with easy viewing and easy-to-find turkey preparation information or sign up to receive helpful turkey text messages throughout the holiday season. Butterball is also adding three well-known mommy bloggers to the Turkey Talk-Line to share personal tips and stories with holiday cooks.
"Over the years the Turkey Talk-Line has helped families celebrate one of life's most memorable occasions by offering bilingual assistance, answering e-mail questions and launching informative TurkeyTalk podcasts, " said Mary Clingman, director of the Butterball Turkey Talk-Line. "This holiday season, the advice Americans have trusted for years is even more accessible with turkey tips, reminders and alerts sent straight to your mobile phone, a new mobile Web site, Web chats on Butterball.com, or live expert advice at 1-800-BUTTERBALL."About the Butterball Turkey Talk-Line
One of the first national, toll-free consumer help lines, the original Turkey Talk-Line staff of six home economists fielded questions from 11,000 turkey-troubled Americans during its first season in November 1981. On Thanksgiving Day, the small group took hundreds of calls ? with only a rolodex of notes and their own knowledge to help them answer the nation's questions. Today, professionally-trained home economists, registered dieticians and nutritionists assist more than 100,000 callers each year in the United States and Canada during the holiday season. With 50+ staff members, the Turkey Talk-Line has the resources to answer questions from either English- or Spanish-speaking callers, as well as respond to questions via e-mail.
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