SafetyBook.org Honors Moms w/Free Membership; $18 Fee is Waived During Mother’s Day Weekend

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Moms help make the world a safer place, and this Mother’s day SafetyBook.org is making it easier for them. In honor of mother’s everywhere, SafetyBook.org is waiving the $18 fee for its premium recall monitoring service and offering free lifetime memberships to moms during Mother’s Day weekend.

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“We know a mother’s top priority is the safety and well-being of her children and family,” said Dan Verakis, founder and CEO of SafetyBook.org. “We’re delighted to honor mothers with a free lifetime membership to our service that helps make it easier for

Moms help make the world a safer place, and this Mother’s day SafetyBook.org is making it easier for them. In honor of mother’s everywhere, SafetyBook.org is waiving the $18 fee for its premium recall monitoring service and offering free lifetime memberships to moms during Mother’s Day weekend. Moms simple need to “like” the SafetyBook.org Facebook page to reveal the promo code at http://www.facebook.com/SafetyBook.

“We know a mother’s top priority is the safety and well-being of her children and family,” said Dan Verakis, founder and CEO of SafetyBook.org. “We’re delighted to honor mothers with a free lifetime membership to our service that helps make it easier for mom’s to protect their families from dangerous recalled products.”

SafetyBook.org is a unique website that provides consumers with one convenient place to register their key belongings and monitor them for safety recalls. Simply register your child products, vehicles and home appliances by choosing the manufacturer and the product category. SafetyBook then monitors your watch list and contacts you directly if one of your items has been recalled.

The safety and well-being of millions of people, especially children, is jeopardized by faulty, recalled products. During 2010 alone, there were about 65 million products recalled, 47 million of which were a direct threat to children. Additionally, 20 million vehicles were recalled during 2010 – nearly twice as many as new cars sold.

For more information, please visit http://www.safetybook.org.

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