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The Makers of BENADRYL(R) and the National Park Foundation Encourage People to Pledge to Spend More Time Enjoying Outdoor Moments
Date:4/20/2009

Discovery Channel's Josh Bernstein Offers Fun and Wallet-Friendly Tips for Enjoying the Great Outdoors

FORT WASHINGTON, Pa., April 20 /PRNewswire/ -- The makers of BENADRYL(R) and the National Park Foundation (NPF) today announced a partnership designed to encourage everyone, including people with allergies, to pledge to spend more time enjoying outdoor moments with friends and family.

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To kick off the campaign, Discovery Channel's international explorer and wilderness survival expert, Josh Bernstein, set up camp at Floyd Bennett Field in Brooklyn, NY, on April 17, 2009, reminding people that spring is the perfect time to start enjoying the outdoors, and camping is a great way to do just that. Taking a camping trip can also be a great option for a fun family getaway that doesn't break the bank - camping out at a National Park can cost as little as $10 a night.

Josh suggests the following tips for enjoying the outdoors and helping to keep your family camping trip fun and incident-free.

  • Select the Perfect Campground - Whether it's a national park or your own backyard, choose a fun and unique location that suits your needs, budget and skill level.
  • Know Your Surroundings - Where you set up camp could make or break your experience. Make sure your tent is on elevated ground in case of rain. Check whether there is a nearby water source and find an adequate cooking spot.
  • Pack Essentials - Don't forget necessities such as water and a flashlight, as well as a first aid kit and any medication you may need. For people with allergies, this probably means an allergy medication that
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