Friday, April 10, 2015

Two things for tomorrow! Saturday April 11th!

If your in the central florida area and have little ones you might wanna check out this event!

HDM POOLS will like to invite you to our community safety event. April is pool safety month, drowning is the number one cause of death in kids in the United States. But we would like to minimize this by educating the community in how to perform CPR and water survival and much more.. Please join us on April 11 from 10am to 5pm to make this event successful. Please share this with your friends and family, if you are part of the media "TV, radio, News papers, social media" please let help us spread the word, we will like for you to be part of this great event, and help us air this in your media thank you.I hope we can count on all of you 
Let us know that you're coming click on our event
And invite all your friends has well our goal is to reach over 2,000 invitations

Who: 7-Eleven
What: The convienience store chain is inviting customers to bring their own cups from home and fill it with Slurpees for one day. Yep, you can bring that old Rescue Rangers mug you had as a kid in the store and get yourself a cold one.
It costs $1.49 plus tax for an iced beverage so you definitely want to make the most of it with a larger-than-average container. The catch is, the cup has to fit within the 10-inch cutout located near the Slurpee machine. Kind of like those signs near roller coasters that tell you how tall you have to be.
For folks who can't help but post their giant cups of Slurpee on social media, 7-Eleven is encouraging the hashtag #BYOCupDay.


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