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The Makers of TYLENOL(R) Warming Liquids Offer Free 'Warming' Taxi Rides in Washington, D.C.
Date:12/3/2008

WASHINGTON, Dec. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- The makers of TYLENOL(r) Warming Liquids have embarked on a multi-city tour offering passengers access to free taxi rides so they can warm up. Already a success in New York, Boston and Philadelphia, passengers in Washington, D.C. can now receive complimentary transportation within the city limits.

*Passengers will be taken to any location within the city limits of the District of Columbia, with a maximum value of $25 per ride.

TYLENOL(R) Warming Taxis will pick up passengers outside select CVS/pharmacy(R) locations from 12:00 p.m. through 8:00 p.m. at the following Washington, D.C. locations:

    December 15th - December 21st
    12/15 - 12/21:  6-7 Dupont Circle, NW
    12/15: 1199 Vermont Avenue, NW
    12/16: 1025 Connecticut Avenue, NW
    12/17: 435 8th Street, NW
    12/18: 400 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
    12/19: 1275 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
    12/20: 4555 Wisconsin Avenue, NW
    12/21: 3031 14th Street, NW

New TYLENOL(R) Warming Liquids relieve painful cold symptoms and provide a gentle, warming sensation -- so you not only feel warmer, you feel better. They are available in three formulations, all in a honey-lemon flavor: TYLENOL(R) Warming Cough & Sore Throat Nighttime, TYLENOL(R) Warming Cold Multi-Symptom Nighttime, and TYLENOL(R) Warming Cough & Severe Congestion Daytime.

For more information, visit www.tylenol.com, or call the TYLENOL(R) consumer hotline at 1-877-TYLENOL (English) or 1-888-466-8746 (Spanish).

McNeil Consumer Healthcare Division of McNEIL-PPC, Inc. markets a broad range of well-known and trusted over-the-counter (OTC) products around the globe. McNeil Consumer Healthcare is most widely recognized for the complete line of TYLENOL(R) (acetaminophen) products, the leading pain reliever brand in the adult and pediatric categories. The TYLENOL(R) product line consists of hundreds of products across a variety of pain categories including: arthritis pain, pain with accompanying sleeplessness and pain with cough, colds and allergies. Other McNeil Consumer Healthcare brands include BENADRYL(R) allergy medicines; IMODIUM(R) A-D anti-diarrheal; MOTRIN(R) IB; PediaCare(R) upper respiratory medicines for children; ROLAIDS(R) antacid products; ST. JOSEPH(R) Adult Regimen Aspirin; SUDAFED(R) and SUDAFED PE(R) nasal decongestants; and ZYRTEC(R) over-the-counter antihistamines for adults and children.


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