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If Heads Turn When You Sneeze, Enter the 'Side-Splitting Sneeze Contest'
Date:5/21/2009

Videotape The Silliest Sneeze You've Ever Seen For the Chance to WIN BIG From Chloraseptic(R) and Little Allergies(R) Allergen Block!

Contest Entry Deadline is August 30, 2009

IRVINGTON, N.Y., May 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Do your friends, family, or coworkers chuckle every time you sneeze? Or do you think their "Achoo" is the funniest in America? Chloraseptic(R) Allergen Block and Little Allergies(R) Allergen Block, announce the launch of the first ever "Side-Splitting Sneeze Contest." With spring allergy season upon us, it's the perfect time to videotape and submit your funny sneeze for the chance to win great prizes!

To enter the "Side-Splitting Sneeze Contest," capture either your own silly sneeze or someone else's "Achoo" on video. Include a statement in your video about how you think Chloraseptic(R) Allergen Block and Little Allergies(R) Allergen Block can help prevent your sneezing. Then log onto www.sidesplittingsneeze.com to complete the official entry form and upload your entry. All videos must be uploaded by August 30, 2009. The first 100 entrants will receive a free package of Chloraseptic(R) and Little Allergies(R) Allergen Block.

A panel of judges will select ten finalists by September 30, 2009 whose videos will be posted on the contest website where internet users will be able vote for their favorite video. The first 100 people to vote will also receive a free package of Chloraseptic(R) and Little Allergies(R) Allergen Block. All votes must be cast by October 15, 2009. One grand prize winner will receive a spa weekend for two (Approximate Retail Value $1,500). Three finalists will receive $100 American Express Gift Cheques. Winners will be announced in November.

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