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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

can help relieve the symptoms of an unexpected allergy attack. Just as you would at home, keep all medicines and first aid supplies out of reach of the kids.
  • Test Gear - If it's your first time camping or if you've bought new equipment, be sure to test it before your trip. You don't want to arrive at the campsite only to find your lantern doesn't work or realize you're missing a tent pole.
  • Clean Up - We all love the outdoors and we want to make sure that these places remain vital in our lifetime and for our children and grandchildren. A good rule of thumb is to leave trails and campsites better than when you found them by collecting and properly disposing of your trash and any trash you find along the way.

  • "We are proud to partner with the National Park Foundation to protect our parks and encourage everyone to visit these very special places," says Jorge Leon, BENADRYL(R) Product Director. "We understand that for people with allergies, enjoying time in one of America's National Parks, or any outdoor destination, may take just a little more planning, but the outdoor moments you enjoy with friends and family make it worth it."

    The makers of BENADRYL(R) and the National Park Foundation are working together to protect moments outdoors - moments you wouldn't want to miss due to allergies. That's why the makers of BENADRYL(R) are donating $200,000 to the NPF. In addition, until June 15th, a $1 donation will be made each time someone visits www.BenadrylMoments.com and enters a unique promotion code found on specially marked packages of BENADRYL(R) (minimum donation $50,000/maximum donation $100,000).(1) Consumers are also encouraged to visit www.BenadrylMoments.com where they can pledge to enjoy a moment outdoors.


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