Energizer Family Safety Kit Prize Pack Giveaway (RV $78) 11/12

Do you dread Daylight Savings Time? This is when we roll the clocks back one hour and it gets darker around 4:30. I am actually looking forward to it. I’m finding it hard to get up when its pitch black out at 6:00 am – of course that extra hour of sleep is always nice too! Energizer is urging all of us to change the batteries in our smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors when we set our clocks back.  This is a welcome reminder. It will take less than five minutes and it could save a life.

This year the time change is on November 4 and it also marks the 25th anniversary of the annual Change Your Clock Change Your Battery® program.  Energizer and the International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC) are once again working with local fire departments nationwide to raise awareness on the importance of working smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors in helping to keep families safe in their homes. In conjunction with this program, Energizer is offering a Family Safety Kit Prize Pack (shown above) for giveaway to one lucky Moms Own Words reader!

About the Change Your Clock Change Your Battery Program

The message is simple, and the habit can be lifesaving. Thirty-eight percent of fatal fire injuries occur in homes without working smoke alarms, while 24 percent occur in homes in which at least one smoke alarm is present but fails to operate, frequently due to dead or missing batteries.* For 25 years, the Change Your Clock Change Your Battery® program has been dedicated to helping share the life-saving reminder to change the batteries in your home’s smoke and carbon monoxide detectors when you change your clocks for daylight savings. This year, Energizer and the International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC) will mark the silver anniversary of one of the nation’s top home fire safety programs by turning back the clocks of time to celebrate the many life-saving fire safety and preparedness innovations that are now available.

Energizer is honoring its 25th year by donating 250,000 batteries to fire departments across the country to distribute to local families in their areas and adopting 25 fire departments in 25 cities across the nation, who, in addition to batteries, will be equipped with a variety Energizer® family safety products for their department and to share 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. 4.

 Energizer’s 25 Days of Family Safety Kit Giveaways!

From October 11 through November 4, visit the Energizer Bunny® Facebook page and click on the Fire Safety Info Tab.  Here you will have the chance to enter a sweepstakes to win an additional Family Safety Kit.  Energizer will be giving away one Family Safety Kit per day for 25 days.  Contained in the kit, valued at more than $150 is:

  • One reusable grocery tote
  • Two Kidde Battery-Operated Combination Carbon Monoxide and Smoke Alarms
  • One package of Energizer Advanced Lithium batteries
  • One package of Energizer® MAX® Batteries with Power Seal Technology
  • Two Energizer flashlights
  • Two Energizer Flameless Wax Candles
  • One Energizer Bunny Plush Bunny

In addition you can find fire safety tips, a home escape plan that you can download and draw your family’s home escape plan, as well as a coloring and activity sheet.

About Energizer

Energizer Holdings, Inc. [NYSE: ENR], headquartered in St. Louis, MO, is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of primary batteries, portable flashlights and lanterns. Energizer is a global leader in the dynamic business of providing power solutions with a full portfolio of products including Energizer® brand battery productsEnergizer® MAX® premium alkaline; Energizer® Ultimate Lithium; Energizer® Advanced Lithium; Rechargeable batteries and charging systems; portable flashlights and lanterns; power connectors, inductive chargers and, most recently, comprehensive household lighting collections. 

Energizer continues to fulfill its role as a technology innovator by redefining portable power solutions to meet people’s active lifestyle needs for today and tomorrow with chargers for rechargeable portable devices; charging systems for wireless video game controllers; and specialty batteries for hearing aids, health and fitness devices, as well as for keyless remote entry systems, toys and watches. Energizer is redefining where energy, technology and freedom meet to bring to market consumer-focused products that power the essential devices that help people stay connected and on the go at work and at play. Visit www.energizer.com, www.facebook.com/energizerbunny.

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Energizer Family Safety Kit Prize Pack Giveaway

One Moms Own Words reader will win the Energizer’s Family Safety Kit shown above. The Family Safety Kit complete with a reusable grocery tote contains the following items:

  • One two-pack of 9volt Energizer® MAX® Batteries with Power Seal Technology – Dependable, powerful performance for the devices that help keep your family safe; now hold their charge when stored for up to five years
  • One Energizer® Flameless Wax Candle – Enjoy the realistic flicker of a scented wax candle without the worry of open flame or hassle of soot and dripping wax
  • One Energizer® Weatheready® Safety Light – Waterproof flashlight powered by AA, AAA or C cell batteries; includes safety whistle and imprinted preparedness checklist
  • One Kidde Battery-Operated Combination Carbon Monoxide and Smoke Alarm

The total value of the Family Safety Kit is approximately $78 per kit!

Giveaway ends on Nov. 12th, 11:59 PM EST. Open to US. Winners (18 or older) will be chosen by Random.org through Rafflecopter and contacted by email. Please respond in 48 hours or a new winner will be chosen. To be fair to everyone, comments not meeting requirements will be deleted. Thank you for entering and good luck!!

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 Energizer offered me the Family Safety Kit for giveaway and one as a thank you for sharing this information. The views and opinions expressed in this blog are purely my own. This post is not endorsed, sponsored or has any connection to Twitter, Facebook or any other network. This post is solely the property of Moms Own Words.

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Kristi Maloney is a work from home mom to two boys ages 9 and 12. Since 2009, she has featured in-depth product, and book reviews and hosted high-quality, exciting giveaways on her blog Moms Own Words. When she is not blogging about life in New England, tips on everything and anything, recipes and the antics of her boys, you can find her providing taxi, laundry, meal preparation and decluttering services for her family. Email at maloney(dot)Kristi@gmail(dot)com.


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Comments

  1. Cynthia R says

    i have smoke detectors and check those do not have a house that needs the monoxide detection though

  2. Jessyca says

    I have a smoke detector that uses batteries and electricity. I do not have carbon monoxide detectors though. Thanks for the chance.

  3. DeAnn S says

    I have a smoke alarm in our home and did check the batteries when we moved in a couple months ago.

  4. Katie says

    I have smoke detectors that are electric and battery equipped. I don’t have carbon monoxide detectors though.

  5. Caryn s says

    We have smoke detectors that run on batteries and electricity! We need to get carbon monoxide detectors though!

  6. Carl says

    We have them in most rooms but they are old and could probably stand replacement. I haven’t checked the batteries in a couple of years though, thanks for the timely reminder.

  7. CATHY TRUMAN says

    We have smoke alarms and they beep when theyneed new battteries/
    We have a house that does not need carbon monoxide detetor.
    Thanks

  8. penelope merriweather says

    Hi, I have smoke detectors but not carbon monoxide detectors. They are working because they all recently went off when I turned the heater on for the first time this year. I use no gas in my home..Thanks for this giveaway!

  9. Maryann D. says

    I do have many smoke detectors and 2 carbon monoxide detectors. I do change the batteries once or twice a year and I do test them.

  10. Marti Parks says

    I have smoke detectors and I change the batteries when the time changes in the spring and fall, but I don’t have carbon monoxide detectors.

  11. Beth Hill says

    I do have battery operated smoke and CO2 detectors and I check them 2 times a year when we change our clocks. As I walk around fixing clocks, I check detectors.

  12. Heather! says

    We check (actually, change) the batteries every fall wth DST. That campaign really works for us!
    Thanks!
    h4schaffer at gmail dot com

  13. Linda Kish says

    We have smoke detectors and I changed the batteries in the spring with the time change.

    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

  14. Kelly D says

    Yes I have battery operated smoke and carbon monoxide detectors , and we do check the batteries.

  15. Melissa says

    I do have battery smoke/carbon alarms and plan to change the batteries next weekend when the time changes. That serves as my reminder to check and change!

  16. Renee G says

    We have alarms that are hard-wired (with a battery backup). My husband gets to replace these and did this about a month ago. rsgrandinetti@yahoo(DOT)com

  17. Sue C. says

    We have battery operated smoke detectors and I check them twice a year (daylight savings reminder) so will check again next week.

  18. says

    I have a smoke detector in the hallway but I haven’t checked the batteries in a while…thanks for the reminder! Thanks also for the great giveaway!

    furygirl3132[at]comcast[dot]net

  19. Ellie W says

    I have smoke detectors but not carbon monoxide. Our house is all electric. We change the batteries twice a year.

  20. Annmarie W. says

    We recently moved into this house, and had all the detectors checked during the inspection!

  21. Cindy Merrill says

    Yes, we have 3 smoke alarms in our home, checked batteries just before Hurricane Sandy hit our area.

  22. Louis says

    I am going to check – campaigns like this are a great reminder
    Thank you for hosting this giveaway

    Louis
    pumuckler {at} gmail {dot} com

  23. Denise says

    We have a wired smoke detector so we don’t have to worry about batteries. But we don’t have a carbon monoxide detector.

  24. Laura Jacobson says

    I do. They are older, but I do have both! I have not changed the batteries recently, normally I wait until they beep, but I love this idea of changing them when you change your clocks! A great way to never forget!!!

  25. Sarah says

    Carbon monoxide detectors are plug-ins. I just replaced theb attery in our smoke detector a month of so ago.

  26. says

    For some crazy reason, our Carbon Monoxide detector is wired into the security system, but the three smoke detectors are battery operated. We replaced batteries in one a month ago because it was beeping. Thanks for this reminder, I added to today’s honey-do list for the hubby to change the batteries in the other two.

  27. Jason Brown, Sr. says

    Currently i just have a smoke detector and check the batteries every month, need to get carbon monoxide detectors.

  28. Paul T/Pauline T says

    yes, I do and we check it monthly I like the - – Paul T/Pauline T aka Paul Tran….. emscout9 at Hotmail dot com

  29. Chrissy Nestor says

    I have a Smoke Detector, but I haven’t changed the batteries in awhile.

    chrissylea1979 (at)gmail(dot) com

  30. harolde says

    We have battery run ones, it’s been a long time since I check the batteries, thanks for reminding me.

  31. Donna L says

    We have several smoke alarms and 1 carbon monoxide detector. I changed the batteries last week when we changed our clocks back.

  32. Missy L says

    We only have smoke detectors and we change the batteries when it starts beeping. In the meantime, there’s a tiny light on each that flashes occasionally to let us know that the batteries are still working.

  33. says

    We had 3 smoke alarms in our house – 2 battery and 1 hardwired. We haven’t checked the batteries lately. Thanks for the reminder to do that!

  34. Rich Hicks says

    we have both and change the battery every fall whether they need it or not

    brich22 at earthlink dot net

  35. michele says

    We have 1 smoke deterctor and it is a disposable one. We were looking at it and found that it’s time to replace it. We don’t have a carbon monoxide deterctor.

  36. kathy pease says

    i have a smoke alarm but no carbon monoxide detector..my smoke alarm beeps when the battery is bad

  37. Sherrye says

    I currently am renting. There is one smoke detector, but I don’t believe it works. No carbon monoxide detector. I have checked the batteries.

  38. Deb Anderson says

    I just changed the batteries recently, as a matter of fact. Would be great to have one I don’t have to ever think about changing!

  39. Breanne says

    Oh my smoke alarm let me know it had a low battery. It beeped every couple seconds in the middle of the night. It scared my dog so much she pooped and peed everywhere. I soo need a different brand of smoke alarm!

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