This movie stars Jamie Foxx, Chris Cooper and Jennifer Garner.
“National Coming Out Day is on October 11. HRC is happy to provide you with a resource kit to help celebrate living openly and honestly with resources and fun stuff including Coming Out Guides, Straight Guides to GLBT Americans, Guides to Living Openly in your Community of Worship, Guides to Coming Out as Transgender, Posters, Balloons, HRC Stickers and more.”
“Full color posters are 17 x 24 inches. Click on each poster to see a larger view.”
“Tell us about your AquaClear experience, how old is your AquaClear, has it been running for years and years? Let us know and you could be included in upcoming AquaClear advertising. All entries will receive a free “Aquarium Accessory Kit” valued at $29.99 and be entered into the grand prize raffle for $250 worth of Hagen Products so be creative!”
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“A Grand Prize Winner will receive a check for $3,000 to use toward a weekend getaway complete with makeover and spa treatment.
The First Prize Winner will receive a check for $1,000 to use toward a makeover and massage package.
Plus, a Daily Drawing will be held to reward people who enter the sweepstakes with a 22 oz bottle of Dawn Plus with Power Scrubbers.”
“The Pop-Up® Tub design allows your whole family to enjoy the fresh clean feeling of COTTONELLE FRESH® Flushable Moist Wipes — one sheet at a time. Simply pop the top and pull out a wipe — it’s refreshingly easy. No more reaching in and pulling out more than you need. Since only one wipe is dispensed at a time, the wipes stay moister longer than in regular tubs.
It’s true what they say, “Out of sight, out of mind.” If your family can’t easily see or reach the wipes, they most likely won’t use them. That’s why, in addition to the new pop-top, a pleasing design was added to the COTTONELLE FRESH® Flushable Moist Wipes tubs. Which means you won’t mind putting them out for all to see — and use.”