Wednesday, March 14, 2012

This blog, co-created by Daniel Williams and Jared Leone, is no longer active.

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

'Tis the flu season

The time has come to share something more than germs with friends and family.

How about tissue?

This deal is nothing to sneeze at. Send
a pack of Kleenex Softest Tissue to a friend or family member as part of this promotion as cold and flu season approaches.

There is an option to track your “chain of sharing.” This shows if the recipient sends another pack, and so on.

There is a choice of three notes or write a completely original personal message of 50 characters or less. The box takes about two weeks to arrive to its destination.

-Lisa H. Leone

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Free Museum Day

The 6th annual Museum Day is today (Sept. 25). Check out some culture, for free, at a participating museum. Hundreds of museums across the country are listed, others not included still might be particpating.

Monday, September 13, 2010

Deal of the Day: Buy one get one at Jamba Juice

Use this coupon and get buy one get one free smoothies at Jamba Juice through Sept. 22. Check for locations closeby.

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

A Senior Prom for senior citizens

What started as a joke between Johnny Damon and Evan Longoria in a Pepsi commercial has taken on a life of its own.

A commercial promoting the Pepsi Refresh Project, a charity devoted to funding ideas through an online vote, shows Tampa Bay Rays third baseman Evan Longoria talking to Detroit Tigers designated hitter Johnny Damon about his charitable idea:

“Senior prom for senior citizens,” Longoria says to the Tigers slugger.
“I don’t know about that one,” Damon replies.

It is funny to note that the Rays play in St. Petersburg, which is sometimes referred to as “Heaven’s Waiting Room” because of its large population of retirees.

But the Rays really did it.

The promotion for the Rays/Rangers game at 1:10 p.m. Wednesday (Aug. 18) is billed as Senior Prom for Senior Citizens. It features: former sportscaster Dick Crippen as the emcee, a crowning of the king and queen before the game, an Elvis and Frank Sinatra impersonator and the chance to dance on the field after the game in the “Senior Center Field Shuffle.” Tickets start at $10.

But wait... no corsage giveaway before the game?

However, the Rays do have another idea to compete with other Major League Baseball teams for a $200,000 grant.

Voting ends tonight (Aug. 17) for the Rays officials idea to “work with Moffitt Cancer Center to promote cancer awareness and provide education to kids about making healthy choices.”

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Sink your teeth into this gummy

Get the World's Largest Gummy Bear for only $29.95. ($35.95 for the "Astro" gummy featured to the left)

The nearly five pound confection is equivalent to 1,400 little gummy bears and packs a 12,600 calorie punch.

No worries if you can't eat it all at once. It has a one year shelf life.

Deal of the Day: Get $30 off $75 at Advance Auto Parts

Use online coupon code BIG30 and save $30 off any purchase of $75 or more at Advance Auto Parts.