Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Trust Your Power Within + Duracell Giveaway

Who watched the Superbowl?  We were torn.  We live in Denver, but I was raised in Washington.  My parents still live in Washington and my brothers are big Seahawks fan.  Either way, we were happy.  G., however, likes to be a little different and chose to cheer for the Seahawks and only the Seahawks.  He was thrilled with the outcome, needless to say.

I loved getting to interview May Coleman, the mother of Derrick Coleman - the first NFL deaf offense player and Seattle Seahawks' starting fullback and special teams player.  What an inspiring story - for both children and parents.
As you know, part of being a mom is going to incredible lengths for the betterment of your child.  By now, you may have seen Duracell's #TrustYourPower video (13.2 million views in just three weeks), featuring Derrick Coleman, the first NFL deaf offensive player and Seattle Seahawks' starting fullback and special teams player, headed to the Super Bowl this Sunday. What you may not know is the inspiring story of how his family helped get him to where he is today. Derrick's mother, May Hamlin, wants to share that experience with you.

See Duracell's Trust Your Power video here.

Duracell is offering Ducks in a Row readers a giveaway - $40 worth of the new, world's longest lasting battery, Duracell Quantum.  Who doesn't need batteries?  Please use the rafflecopter widget below to enter:

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Karen said...

Oh yes I am always changing wii remote batteries and tooth brushes

jaymo said...

The kids' toys!

rachel said...

Randomly enough, our smoke detectors always seem to use them up!

Harmony Burmeister said...

The kids toys & electronics
njharmonyg at aol dot com

Gina Wildorchid said...

My son's hotwheels track eats batteries like no other!

Thanks for the chance to win!
wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

Kristin said...

My booklight goes through the most batteries.

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