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Friday, February 17, 2012

Master Lock Random Acts of Kindness Sweepstakes & Password Lock Giveaway

Master Lock is celebrating National Random Acts of Kindness Week (February 13 – 19, 2012) with free sampling events across the country. Throughout this week, Master Lock will be handing out free 1534D Set-Your-Own Combination Password Locks at workout centers in select cities to inspire gym-goers to stick to their New Year’s fitness resolutions.

If you live in one of the following cities, you might be surprised with a free gift during your regular gym visit:
• Chicago, Illinois
• Los Angeles, California
• San Francisco, California
• New York, New York
• Dallas, Texas
• Miami, Florida

In addition to these local events, Master Lock is hosting a Random Acts of Kindness Sweepstakes on Facebook. You could win the Grand Prize including a 1534D Password lock and a $100 Visa gift card, or 1 of 7 first prizes each consisting of a 1534D Password lock and a $25 Visa gift card! Deadline to enter is February 19, 2012 at 11:59:59 p.m. CST. Limit one entry per person. Good luck, all!

The Giveaway
Master Lock has generously offered to give one of my lucky readers a 1534D Set-Your-Own Combination Password Lock, the same as the one being offered in the local sampling events and the sweepstakes! Here are the major features of the lock:
  • Easy to set & reset - use letters, numbers, symbols or mix them! 
  • Interchangeable, removable dials offer over 25 million personalized combinations 
  • 5 position combination allows for maximum customization 
  • Soft touch dials with 2 grip points for no-slip grip 
  • 2-1/2" (64mm) wide metal body for superior strength 
  • Hardened steel shackle for extra cut resistance 
  • Ideal for safely storing your personal belongings in a locker or cabinet

Disclosure: I received free product to facilitate my posting. No monetary exchange took place. Prize will be delivered directly to the winner from Master Lock


26 Treasure Hunters :

Fawn said...

My cousin lost her job so I bought her Christmas presents for her kids and grandkids.
alsmalu at hotmail.com

Linda Kish said...

I lent my sister $3300 for dental work. I guess that counts.

lkish77123 at gmail dot com

russrpm said...

The lady in the car ahead of me paid for my coffee at Starbucks a few days ago.
russrpm@gmail.com

bored2quickly said...

I gave someone a few dollars that was a little short in front of me in line.

Ada said...

Over the weekend when we was taking our boys to a Birthday party we had to stop to get gas. After getting gas our van wouldn't start & we sat there trying for a while we people came & left. After a bit setting there a man came over after pumping his gas & helped us. This day it was also snowing & the wind was blowing so hard it hurt to be out in it.

aemgeg4 (@) yahoo (dot) com

Catherine (aka Gertie) said...

I picked up something that a stranger dropped and gave it back to them.

Lauren said...

I paid the person behind me toll at the toll booth

Denise G said...

Go out of my way to open doors for others

ontariohappychick at gmail dot com

Kathleen Conner said...

I shoveled my neighbor's sidewalk, and didn't tell her who had done it.

klconn7 (at) yahoo (dot) com

Cathy said...

My kids stop all the time to take care of the many things that I can't do.

Tamar said...

tam sweeps comment:
my husband is such a good guy - he has been taking care of me through a very difficult pregnancy.

karenb834 said...

My daughter recently gave me a beautiful heart necklace with her birthstone, she said it was just because she loved me and appreciates all I do for her. thanks so much


karenb834atyahoo.com

wigget said...

i gave a stranger a coupon

mverno said...

i got a necklace in a contest i won and gave it to my sister
mverno@roadrunner.com

kathy pease said...

my daughter offered to run some errands for me seeing as i have been sick

mary renshaw said...

I bought coffee for the person in front of me at star bucks the other day.

maryjeanrenshaw@msn.com

Sayra6386 said...

I bought groceries for the lady in front of me who couldn't find her debit card in her purse!

Debbie Kennedy said...

My in-laws needed to borrow my car for the week so I let them use it since I wasn't working anyway.
cleaningrhouse at yahoo dot com

spirit_kim said...

I appreciate my neighbor recently bought us a pizza and it just showed up at the door. We take her garbage out but, we did not expect anything, it was nice.

jade tallen said...

i helped someone out with carrying groceries.

Krabbman said...

I dontated some money toward a charity bike ride despite the fact that I couldn't afford it, and had to re-prioritize several things in my life because of it, so while I wasn't biking myself...I felt the pinch.

Anonymous said...

I help my neighbor clean her house because she couldn't.

BBrittBrat1398@yahoo.com said...

I found a wallet at walmart a month ago and I called the owner after looking up their name/phone number in the white pages. She was so grateful and it made me feel good.
BBrittBrat1398@yahoo.com

brich2222 said...

I helped an elderly lady get her groceries to her car


brich22 at earthlink dot net

carolpie said...

Met someone at the vet to watch her little ones when she brought a stay in for treatment, then said we would pick it up and bring home to her, and paid. That was yesterday.
spcale at yahoo dot com

eleanor q said...

My husband is so thoughful. He knew I had a difficult day and brought me a cinnamon bun to cheer me up.

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