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Energizer Change Your Clock Change Your Battery *Giveaway closed*

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It’s that time of year when Energizer, the International Association of Fire Chiefs, and fire departments nationwide join forces for the Change Your Clock Change Your Battery® program to raise awareness of the importance of working smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors in helping to keep families safe in their homes. This is the 26th year for the annual program and the message is still an important one.

Did you know, thirty-eight percent of fatal fire injuries occur in homes with no 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.

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The Change Your Clock Change Your Battery® program is just one of the ways Energizer brings to life the company’s commitment to making a positive impact in communities across the country. that’s positivenergy™   For more information, please and

From now through November 3, 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. 

ONE winner will receive  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


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Note: This giveaway is open to US shipping addresses only.

Please make sure to follow ALL Giveaway Rules. Please read sweepstake rules HERE.
This giveaway will end on Nov. 8th

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28 Responses to “Energizer Change Your Clock Change Your Battery *Giveaway closed*”

  1. Christina Marie says:

    Here’s a tip on family safety: don’t burn candles in the house. Thanks for the giveaway!

  2. Jessica M. says:

    A tip on family safety is to have a first aid kit handy, flashlights, candles, and always a plan for what to do in case of a fire or some other event you don’t want to happen. Also, when going for walks watch out for dogs, we do!

  3. mrsshukra says:

    I’m a believer now in installing a CCTV!

  4. rod jackson says:

    We always make sure things are turned off before leaving the house or going to bed.

  5. Jennifer A. says:

    Have a meeting plan in place in case of a fire, or other event.

  6. Elis B. says:

    Change smoke detector batteries twice a year.

  7. ReaTex says:

    We have important phone numbers on our refrigerator!

  8. Eileen Richter says:

    Keep all exits open and clear in case. often we have items in front of our windows, not blocking but in the way, such as toys. Also, a garage is a huge exit. We need to clean our building supplies, tools, and outdoor toys out of the way.

  9. Gianna says:

    Go over safety info.

  10. Brandy W. says:

    Making sure to check batteries on safety equipment monthly, having emergency plans and kits available!

  11. Wendy R says:

    I always have candles in case we loose power

  12. Cheryl F. says:

    Store a good working fire escape ladder near a window if you live in a multi-floor home, and know how to use it.

  13. Susan Christy says:

    We have an escape plan and everyone has a flashlight next to their bed.

  14. Rebecca Parsons says:

    Always have an escape plan from all levels of your house.

  15. Always have batteries and candles on hand.

  16. Ellie W says:

    When my boys were little we had an escape plan and a designated meeting place in case of fire or emergency.

  17. harolde says:

    Have an escape plan, and practice it.

  18. Debbie says:

    Make sure backyard dawn-to-dusk light is operating and no burning of candles in the house.

  19. Dawn Monroe says:

    My tip would be if you have a family fire plan to practice it.

  20. Claire says:

    We have fire drills on the days that clocks for forward and backwards!

  21. Nannypanpan says:

    Put knives and forks face down in the dishwasher in case someone falls into it

  22. Sarah Stevens says:

    Always have batteries and flashlights on hand!

  23. Cynthia R says:

    have a fire extinguisher in the kitchen and make sure everyone knows how to use it.

  24. Karen Glatt says:

    My safety tip is to make sure to have smoke detectors by every room, and to check the batteries twice a year with the clock change.

  25. Daniel M says:

    know the escape routes

  26. Rhonda G says:

    You should always have an escape route planned and discussed with each family member, also it’s a good idea to have it posted somewhere in your home.

  27. Jen L says:

    Practice how to exit the house in case of a fire.

  28. JLin says:

    always have a phone with you