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M.A.Z.E. Cord Blood Laboratories Offers Expectant Parents The Chance To Win A $500 Savings Bond
Date:6/10/2009

M.A.Z.E. Cord Blood Laboratories is offering a $500 savings bond giveaway for expectant parents. M.A.Z.E. is dedicated to helping parents save money and the giveaway is another chance for parents to save for college.

Purchase, NY (PRWEB) June 10, 2009 -- Expectant parents can start investing for their child's education with M.A.Z.E. Cord Blood Laboratories. M.A.Z.E. is offering a drawing to win a $500 savings bond to help parents to save for college. No purchase is necessary to enter the drawing; parents need to simply visit the M.A.Z.E. Cord Blood savings bond giveaway.

"The savings bond drawing fits nicely with our dedication to the future of our patients," explained Dr. Michael A. Werner, MD, medical director of M.A.Z.E. Cord Blood Laboratories. "We are committed to helping parents to save money for their families' futures."

Parents enter the drawing by simply visiting the M.A.Z.E. Cord Blood Laboratories Web site and providing their name, email address and physical address. The contest runs until September 29, 2009 and the winner will be announced on September 30, 2009.

"M.A.Z.E. Cord Blood Laboratories eases some of the worry that new parents have about their child's future health and well being, continued Werner. "There are no guarantees, but banking cord blood secures the possibility that parents might be able to help find a solution to health issues in the family."

When expectant parents bank their cord blood with M.A.Z.E., they access the best technology available for cord blood banking. Processing is performed by a leading New York State blood bank, and storage is on site in M.A.Z.E.'s state-of-the-art laboratory.
What parents do not get with M.A.Z.E. are the endless sales calls pushing parents to bank their baby's cord blood. M.A.Z.E. does not send out letters and emails trying to scare parents with what can happen in the future.

M.A.Z.E. Cord Blood offers a unique program; its pay-one-price program of $2,010 includes 20 years of storage (courier fees may apply). This allows parents to pay once and not have to continue payments to M.A.Z.E. every year. M.A.Z.E. recognizes that financial resources frequently change unexpectedly after the birth of a child and the company does not want to continue being a financial drain on its families. M.A.Z.E does offer an annual payment plan in case parents prefer that arrangement.

Parents interested in learning more about M.A.Z.E. Cord Blood banking or about the cord blood banking process can visit the M.A.Z.E. Cord Blood Web site or call the company at (877) MAZE-LAB (629-3522).

M.A.Z.E. Cord Blood offers state-of-the-art cord blood banking at an affordable price. Rather than investing in marketing and sales, M.A.Z.E. puts all of its funds into quality cord blood processing and storage. M.A.Z.E. is growing rapidly as more and more parents discover the benefits of banking their infants' cord blood.

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