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SANUS & Safe Kids World Wide TV Initiative and Giveaway!

Having a child changes your view on everything, especially safety! For many of us, our small children love to watch television, and having a wall mounted flat screen television is the best way for space. Have you ever thought about the safety risks that come with having a flat screen television? A larger TV, means a larger risk of it tipping over when bumped or tapped, causing injury or unfortunately even death.

SANUS is the leading designer of flat panel TV wall mounts. They have partnered with Safe Kids World Wide to educate consumers on the risk of unsecured flat screen televisions. 
This wall mount product is easy to install and they also offer:
-1, 2, 3 installation with a wall template to ensure even placement
-Online video walk through of simple installation available at any time
-No additional tools necessary – all required installation hardware is included in package
-Live customer support available 6 days a week
When SANUS contacted me, I took it near and dear to my heart because safety is my number one concern. I do not think many Americans realize the possible risks of something so simple like hanging your television. They were nice enough to send me a wall mount, AND would like to send one of my readers a complimentary flat panel SANUS TV Vuepoint Mount F180, courtesy of SANUS (http://www.walmart.com/ip/Sanus-VuePoint-F180-TV-Wall-Mount/16621470).  The reader can receive a mount that fits their respective TV.
So enter down below, because you want everyone in your household to be safe!

(US entries only)

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2 thoughts on “SANUS & Safe Kids World Wide TV Initiative and Giveaway!”

  1. I am a fan of keeping doors locked at all times and keeping things that are sharp/can be harmful in drawers or cabinets! I'm clumsy, so I've been known to knock things accidentally off the counters and injure myself. So it's better to keep the counters clear. 🙂

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  2. Ugh, my kids are accident prone and I've tried hard to make sure dangerous things are out of reach and they understand what things are dangerous in case they are IN reach! I think mine are a little older than yours but that seems to just keep presenting new/different problems! LOL!

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