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Free bag of Chips at Ralphs on April 1st and Enter to Win 20 Years worth of Ruffles Potato Chips online

Free bag of Chips at Ralphs on April 1st and Enter to Win 20 Years worth of Ruffles Potato Chips online

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(Best Syndication News) - Yes, on April Fools Day, Ralphs will really be giving away bags of Lay's potato chips, Sun Chips, or other Frito-Lay branded snack chips this day between 3 pm and 8 pm. The chips bags are 2.5 to 3 ounce sized bags. But if you are looking for even more free potato chips then you should enter the 'Vote for Ruffles Next Flavor Fever' and you could win a 20 year supply of Ruffle brand potato chips.

The free chips at Ralphs are being offered only while supplies last on April 1, 2011 which is this Friday. There is a limit of one free bag per customer. You don't even need a coupon for this promotion! So make sure if you want to get your free bag of chips get there before they run out.

Baby Monitor Recall issued for many models

Baby Monitor Recall issued for two models

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(Best Syndication News) - Two different recalls of baby monitors have been announced today, one had caused two strangulation deaths and the other had a battery that could burst or overheat. The US Consumer Product Saftey Commission said that consumers that have these items should stop using them immediately and contact the company for further instructions.

The recalled baby monitors are:

  • Certain models of the Summer Infant Slim and Secure Video Monitors for babies for battery bursting or overheating
  • Summer Infant Video Baby Monitor for strangulation danger
  • Slim and Secure Video Monitors for Baby Recall

    Chinese Drywall Problem did not cause 11 Deaths

    (Best Syndication News) - The US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) had the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) investigate if 11 deaths were caused by being exposed to the contaminated Chinese drywall. After the investigation of these deaths, the CDC said that they found no reason that the drywall problem caused the deaths.

    The CPSC had received around 3,794 reports of homeowners that had drywall that was causing corrosion on metal, pipes, and electrical wiring. The homeowners often complained about an odor that was described as rotten eggs or a sulfur smell. It was soon discovered that the most of the problem drywall was imported from China that had emitted chemical fumes. The homes were built between 2003 through 2008 when there was a construction boom making imported Chinese drywall in high demand.

    Baby Stroller Recall issued for phil&teds Jogging Strollers

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    Phil&teds Jogging Baby Strollers Recalled

    (Best Syndication News) - Fingers could get caught and seriously injured when folding and unfolding jogging strollers which were imported by Phil&Teds USA Inc. That is why the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced a voluntary recall along with Canadian officials for these baby strollers. Owners are instructed to stop using the recalled strollers and contact the company until it can be repaired.

    The company had received a total of three reports of adults that have been injured when folding or unfolding these strollers. Two people had received lacerations while one had their finger tip amputated because of the stroller.

    Electric Space Heater Recall issued due to Fire and Burn Hazard

    Electric Space Heaters Recalled due to Fire and Burn Hazard

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    (Best Syndication News) - There are around 2.2 million electric portable space heaters that have been recalled because of fire and burn hazards if the unit malfunctions. The recall involves units which were sold exclusively at Walmart stores under the brand names of Flow Pro, Airtech, Aloha Breeze & Comfort Essential Heaters.

    The US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) said that there were 21 reports that Wal-Mart received of problems with these electric space heaters. There were 11 reports of consumers who had damage occur to their property in addition to the heater. There were four cases involving people that received injuries from the heater malfunctioning. Three of these people need to get medical treatment for minor burns and smoke inhalation.

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