Young At Heart Mommy | South Florida Lifestyle Blogger: Protecting What You Love and Care About With Master Lock #MasterLockProtects

Feb 17, 2014

Protecting What You Love and Care About With Master Lock #MasterLockProtects


When I was a little girl (many moons ago) my mother always encouraged me to participate in any extra curricular actitivites that would pave the road to my future in a positive manner. One of these was being a Girl Scout. I never thought I would say this but I am proud to share that I was a Girl Scout for 12 years. I know, that's a long time and now that I am older it seems even longer. I started as a Brownie at seven years old and ended my journey in high school with the highest achievement possible, the Gold Award. If there was one thing I took away from being a Girl Scout it had to be the ability to help people, near and far, no matter how young I was. I learned how to make a difference through volunteering, making care packages for our troops, donating stuffed animals to the children's hospital, and learning valuable lessons with the help of organizations such as the American Red Cross. 

The American Red Cross always played an active role in preparing us to be leaders within our communities. I remember going camping for the first time and I had the opportunity to learn the importance of first-aid, CPR, wilderness safety, and even how to remove ticks! When the organization is not training Girl Scouts they are providing disaster relief, supporting families in need, hosting blood drives, and lending a helping hand to the community. As an adult I still carry an immense appreciation for the compassionate volunteers and employees that dedicate their time to protect what we cherish. I'll never forget the fond memories they helped me create, just like the fairly embaressing one pictured below! 


Do you have precious memories & keepsakes like these that you would do anything to protect? With the help of Masterlock products you can be sure that these valuables and anything else of importance is secure at all times. Now that I am an adult I have a huge collection of photos and important documents that are close to my heart. Growing up I was always worried that these things would get lost or damaged along the way. Luckily my mother always assured me of their safety as they were all placed in a large lock box sealed with a Masterlock.

Master Lock is the world’s largest manufacturer of padlocks and related security products, providing innovative security solutions for home, automotive, campus, power sports, bike and storage security needs since 1921. As a recognized leader in the padlock and security industries, Master Lock is always striving to provide the best products and advice to help families live their lives safely and securely. They not only provide safety but also confidence and assurance that the things we cherish are taken care of. Master Lock is teaming up with The American Red Cross in the “Protecting All That You Love and Care About” sweepstakes. You can enter to win prizes and also tweet to earn donations for a wonderful cause.


Master Lock is kicking off its year-long initiative by asking consumers to tweet what they most want to protect using the hashtag #MasterLockProtects in exchange for a $1 donation to the American Red Cross and entry into a sweepstakes for a chance to win one of 28 prize packs. They will make an initial $10,000 donation to the American Red Cross and will donate up to $10,000 in additional funds based on consumer participation in the sweepstakes.

Master Lock wants to help keep the places and people consumers care about safe, which is why they chose the American Red Cross to donate to. Their donations will support the urgent needs of the American Red Cross mission, whether it is responding to a disaster, collecting lifesaving blood, teaching skills to save a life, or assisting military members and their families during emergencies. 


Sweepstakes period: February 17 – February 28

3 Grand Prize Winners: 
25 First Prize Winners:

On Wednesday, February 18th  Master Lock is kicking off the campaign with a Twitter party. You can get more information by visiting http://resourcefulmommy.com/13569/master-lock-cares-twitter-party/. Be sure to follow along with @ResourcefulMom as well as the sponsor @MasterLockUS. This is an additional chance to win great prizes!

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post on behalf of Master Lock & The American Red Cross. All opinions are my own.

 

32 comments :

  1. That is an awesome picture!! I have more than a few of those embarrassing photos from my childhood. I use a Masterlock fireproof box to protect some of our important documents. It's great to see them supporting the Red Cross!

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  2. Hahhaha.... my Daughter has some pictures that she just won't let me show to anyone. Master Lock has been protecting many of my important papers and pictures for years.

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  3. Haha - my mom probably has the EXACT same picture of me somewhere....only I looked like a little boy because she kept my hair short. Eeek.

    I have a fireproof box to keep photo CD's and a few valuables safe.

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  4. I have one of their fireproof boxes in my storm cellar! I keep an extra copy of things like the deed, birth certificates, vehicle keys, and more in there, in case we were to ever lose the house in a tornado.

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  5. Love the Brownie pic! This sounds like a fun contest.

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  6. What a great photo!! :) I love the 80s glass shelves and mirrors. What were we thinking?!

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  7. Love the brownie picture! This is a fun contest! I think I'd most like to protect is my puppy! lol

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  8. Love that photo. :) I have so many photos that are so valuable to me! Those are the things I'd keep locked. (I do use MasterLock to keep big, tool-like items locked away!)

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  9. Cute photo! I remember having Masterlocks as a kid, it was a brand my dad swore by!

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  10. Love the photo! I was a Girl Scout from 5 years old until 13 years old -- and it's all about the memories I made with such great friends.

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  11. I tweeted!! your brownie sash is so full :)

    there aren't pics of me as a kid, so while it's "embarrassing" I feel sad sometimes seeing others' pics

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  12. I didn't realize the Girl Scouts did community service like that. Now I have even more reasons to buy cookies! Congrats on reaching Gold award level!

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  13. I like your photo; and there is no need to be embarrassed; we all have ones like that in our homes. Master Lock does so many things to help keep people's prized possessions safe; everyone needs a system like that.

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  14. Sounds great. I'm following and I love making sure we are safe in our home. Your little girl is so cute.

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  15. I have so many embarrassing photos of me in my school uniform!

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  16. i always say I'd grab our photo drive in case of emergency but what about what's not in that drive. I should get a bigger fireproof box for the photos that are not digital

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  17. I love the photo! You had way more patches than I did!! (That and my mom didn't know how to sew. We safety pinned mine on!!) bwhahaha!

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  18. I love that you loved being a Girl Scout. I was a brownie and GS too, and my mom was the assistant troop leader in the Brownies. :)

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  19. My daughter is a girl scout and I didnt know that. lol. This is a great thing they are doing!

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  20. Love the picture of you. lol. SO cute.

    and those are some awesome prizes. I could definitely use either one

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  21. I would most want to protect momentos from my daughters life and birth. She is the most precious thing n the world to me.

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  22. I love looking back at old photos! You look so cute in your brownie outfit!

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  23. I was a brownie too! I loved all the patches! I remember I upgraded to a vest after a while. :D

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  24. The Girls Scouts are such a wonderful organization! I would definitely love if my daughters got involved with them!

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  25. This is a great reminder of why GS is a terrific org. Love the photo too.

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  26. What a cute childhood photo! I want to get my girls into Girl Scouts when they're older!

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  27. My husband and I keep saying we need to get a safe. Not only for anti-theft, but also for the storms, flooding etc that we deal with most years. We really need to stop talking and do something about it.

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  28. This world is really getting more dangerous each day. Without the right knowledge and help, it can be easy for us to be a victim to malicious elements.

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  29. Love your pictures! We have a lot of Masterlock products, need to get another safe though

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  30. This looks like a great sweepstakes. I love that it benefits the Red Cross. :)

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  31. Love that picture of you!! I'll be entering the sweepstakes!

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  32. You were such a cute scout. I like MasterLock is doing with this campaign.

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