Giveaway: Change Your Clocks, Change Your Battery – Win a Family Safety Kit from Energizer (Ends 11/2, US)

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I know several people who have been impacted by a home fire.  My husband had a rental property when we first got married that burned down.  I remember getting the phone call in the middle of the night.  Thankfully, no one was home or injured in the fire.  We drove over and I was shocked by the sight.  It was the first time I had seen an active house fire and it was emotional.  I can’t imagine the feelings and devastation of seeing your own home destroyed.  Or the horror of an occupied home fire.

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Do you have a working smoke alarm in your home?  The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) estimates that 28 million homes are at risk because they either don’t have smoke alarms or their smoke alarms do not work, mostly due to dead or missing batteries. A working smoke alarm can make the difference in whether you have the critical extra seconds to safely escape.

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For 26 years, Energizer and the International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC) have sponsored the Change Your Clock Change Your Battery program, dedicated to sharing the important reminder to replace the batteries in your home’s smoke and carbon monoxide detectors when you change your clocks for daylight saving time.

“All too often firefighters see firsthand the devastating effects on families whose homes don’t have working smoke detectors,” said Chief William Metcalf, President and Chairman of the Board of the International Association of Fire Chiefs. “Thanks to Energizer, more than 5 million batteries have been donated in communities across the country through this program.”

Energizer is donating 250,000 batteries this fall to fire departments across the country to distribute to families in their communities. Together, they will host Home Safety Days and neighborhood canvasses spanning throughout National Fire Prevention Month in October until the end of daylight saving time on Sunday, Nov. 3.

For more information on the program and to download fire safety materials, please visit  www.energizer.com, www.facebook.com/energizerbunny or www.facebook.com/energizer.

Giveaway

One lucky KLY reader is going to win a Family Safety Kit complete with a reusable grocery tote containing:

  • One 16-pack Energizer® MAX® AA Batteries years
  • One 1-pack of Energizer® MAX® 9 volt batteries
  • One Energizer® Weatheready® LED Safety Light flashlight – Waterproof flashlight powered by AA, AAA or C cell batteries
  • One Kidde Battery-Operated Combination Carbon Monoxide and Smoke Alarm

The total value of the Family Safety Kit is approximately $60.

Enter in the Rafflecopter form below and good luck!

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From now until 11/3, you can also enter to win a larger Family Safety Kit from Energizer on the Energizer Bunny® Facebook page and click on the Fire Safety Info Tab.  Energizer will be giving away one Family Safety Kit per day, valued at more than $167.

Disclosure of Material Connection:  All opinions are my own unless otherwise stated.  My family received a Family Safety Kit from Energizer.

Comments

  1. 1

    I don’t personally know anyone who was impacted by a home fire.

  2. 2
    Ashleigh Gunter says:

    My mother in law was years ago, before me and her son even met. They lost everything.

  3. 3

    I do have a friend that was sadly the victim of a home fire.

  4. 4

    When I was 7, our home burned to the ground…the fire started from an electrical storm. Lightning struck the house less than 5 minutes after my daddy left for work!
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  5. 5

    My little brother had moved out to his first place and it caught on fire. Luckily he had hardly anything inside and made out safe!

  6. 6
    ash jester says:

    I’ve known a couple of people who have had fires at their house.. mostly because of leaving to stove on or a short in electrical cords.

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    Kim Pinch says:

    I do know someone whose had a dryer fire. Luckily they noticed it right away and the fire dept got it out before there was much damage. I now get my dryer vent cleaned yearly and never dry clothes if I am going out or even going to bed.

  8. 8

    no

  9. 9

    one of our customers there home was burnt down completely

  10. 10
    Julie Lynn Bickham says:

    One of my best friends house burnt down last year. Very scary and heartbreaking.

  11. 11

    this is a great giveaway

  12. 12

    Hubby when he was a child.

  13. 13
    Linda Kish says:

    I don’t know anyone impacted by a home fire.

  14. 14
    mrsshukra says:

    My brother’s clinic was on fire several years ago, thankfully no one was hurt!

  15. 15
    Carrie Phelps says:

    Yes, my family home burned when I was a teenager. It was devastating!

  16. 16
    Megan Cromes says:

    i have a friend whos home burned down.

  17. 17
    Vicki Wurgler says:

    no I know of no one that has had a fire

  18. 18
    Desiree H says:

    No, I do not personally know someone affected by a fire..

  19. 19
    Cheryl Abdelnour says:

    NO ONE THAT I KNOW HAS HAD A FIRE.

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    Jennifer P - Vicki Vix on Rafflecopter says:

    I don’t have any friends or family who’ve been impacted by fire. However, I handled Property Insurance {Homeowner’s Policies] for many years and have had had quite a few clients who HAVE been impacted to varying degrees. No-one ever thinks it will happen to them, until it does. Smoke detectors actually make a great deal of difference. Thanks for the giveaway.

  21. 21
    Rachel Miller says:

    Fortunately I do not know anyone who has suffered thru a house fire

  22. 22

    A friend from high school lost her 2 young children and her husband in a house fire…it’ll be 4 years ago December 15th :-(
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  23. 23

    No, fortunately I do not know anyone who has had a house fire.

  24. 24

    Thankfully I do not know anyone who has had a house fire.

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  25. 25
    Pauline Milner says:

    When my Mum was a teenager, the kitchen in her home caught on fire. She has described to me many times how terrified she was watching the home burn. Thankfully, help was closely available and they only lost the kitchen, but she said it was the scariest thing that ever happened to her. We are very fire conscious in our home. Thanks for the great giveaway opportunity. Keep up the terrific blogging!

  26. 26

    hubby’s a firefighter/paramedic so I hear stories every day. Fortunately no one I’ve known has been affected

  27. 27

    I don’t know anyone personally, but someone my husband was friends with in high school had a house fire last year.
    Thanks, Karen
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  28. 28
    Dorothy Teel says:

    Worked with a person who had a kitchen fire was a mess and they had a lot of fixing up to do and things to replace because someone left the stove on low with grease in it. Was a mess

  29. 29

    My Mother’s home was burned around ten years ago. Although everyone got out unharmed, still a devastating event.

  30. 30

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    Betty Baez says:

    A family friend when i was younger.

  32. 32

    Luckily, I only have one friend who has been affected by a house fire. It was a mobile home and a total loss. It was very rough on my friend and her family, it took forever for the insurance to pay out as well.
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    Sacha Schroeder says:

    I don’t personally know anyone but one of the families in my community did.

  34. 34

    I do not know anyone that has been impacted by a fire, there was a home fire a few blocks away from us, but I didnt know the home owners.

  35. 35

    I’ve been personally impacted by a home fire and lost everything — quickly.
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  36. 36

    I do, our neighbors.

  37. 37

    Fortunately, no one I know has had a house fire.
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    laurie nykaza says:

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    laurie nykaza says:

    a neighbor’s kitchen had a grease fire

  40. 40

    don’t know anyone fortunately

  41. 41
    Michelle Tucker says:

    Yes, my older sister lost her home due to a fire. It was such a sad day for them. :(

  42. 42
    Amber Carter says:

    About a year and half ago our home caught on fire and we lost everything

  43. 43

    yes and the clean up was awful

  44. 44

    I had two family groups (my uncle and his kids and my cousin and her kids) lose everything except their lives to house fires when I was a kid – I’m incredibly nervous about fires to this day.

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