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Energizer and IAFC’s Change Your Clock Change Your Battery program is this weekend

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By Susan McKelvey

It’s hard to believe we’ll be turning back our clocks this weekend, and that the days will be getting noticeably shorter. If that idea doesn’t thrill you (and really, who’s happy about this?!), here’s a significant benefit to the day: the

Pour 27 years, Energizer® has partnered with the International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC) to help keep families safe by reminding people to change the batteries in their smoke and carbon monoxide alarms when they change their clocks back on November 2.

As part of the Change Your Clock Change Your Battery campaign, Energizer® and IAFC will be hosting fire safety events in 20 cities around the country, with the Energizer Bunny making special appearance in select markets. Click here to see where these events will be held.

And, of course, remember to test your smoke alarms monthly to make sure they’re working.

Source:: NFPA – Safety Information


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