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Monday, April 30, 2012

RAFFLECOPTER GIVEAWAY - MAX AA BATTERIES 1 WINNER ENDS 5/8


For decades Energizer has supported organizations helping to make a positive impact in local communities and around the world. This spring as part of theEnergizer campaign—that’s positivenergy—they’re “building” on that commitment in a new way through a partnership with Habitat for Humanity®. Working with baseball legend and philanthropist Cal Ripken, Jr., Energizer is donating more than $300,000 and 1,000 volunteer hours to Habitat through a multi-city series of volunteer projects to help build new homes and revitalize existing homes for those in need.

Here’s where you can get involved.  

With the rising cost of utilities, we can all use a little bit of help right?  Especially if we have a really hot summer!  So, beyond helping Habitat, Energizer is doing something to help us all out.  In addition to the series of volunteer projects, you will see the Energizer and Habitat for Humanity partnership coming to the shelves of your favorite stores. Through the Energizer Utility Cash program, you can collect codes from select Energizer battery and lighting products and redeem them online for savings, up to $25 total savings each per person/household/email address, off your own utility bill.  You start earning rewards with just two codes and will need 10 codes total to earn the full $25.  Or you can help make a positive impact and choose to turn the codes into a donation to Habitat for Humanity®.


HERE'S HOW TO REDEEM:

1.     Once you are finished collecting your codes, visit www.nowthatspositivenergy.com/utilities to enter your codes.
2.     You must enter your codes all at once.
3.     The last day to redeem codes is 3/31/13 at 11:59 p.m. ET.



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10 comments:

  1. I have not turned the air on for the last 2 years.

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  2. I make draft dodgers with fabric sewn into tubes filled with beans and put them at the bottom of all doors and inbetween my window panes

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  3. I keep my thermostat on 70 year long

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  5. We try to keep the thermostat set at 72

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  6. I call my cable company every two to three months to see what new promotions I can use to help bring my bill down!!

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  7. Chrissy CarrollMay 4, 2012 at 2:12 PM

    Turning off (and unplugging) things when they're not in use!

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  8. Make sure to turn off lights when not needed, Put insulated wrap around doors and windows,
    When going to be away from home for awhile unplug things that have the little LED lights!

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  9. we're trying to keep the tv off more :)

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  10. we've been switching bulbs over to more energy efficient bulbs, using only the lights we need in the rooms we need to be in, and washing clothes in cold water when possible

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