As we all know Christmas time brings new toys, aka new things that need batteries! Honestly it seems like 9 out of 10 of the toys my kids receive from friends and family at Christmas time (you know all the ones hubby and I don’t buy?) need batteries! And we all know there’s nothing more disappointing that a child receiving a Christmas gift without the accompanying batteries to power it up.
When you purchase Duracell to help power smiles this Christmas, not only will you be powering your family’s holiday joy, you’ll also help make a child’s hospital stay a little brighter. Duracell has been a long time supporter of the Children’s Miracle Network. Once again this Christmas season they’re donating money and batteries to help support sick kids in hospitals across Canada.
To help #PowerSmiles this holiday season, Duracell is donating a year’s supply of batteries to hospitals across Canada. To help ensure kids can still be kids, even when in the midst of illness, these batteries will power up the thousands of playroom toys and games that children and their families will be playing with during the holidays and throughout the new year.
In addition Duracell’s goal is to raise $150,000 in cash donations for the Children’s Miracle Network. For every pack of Duracell Quantum and CopperTop batteries that Canadians purchase at Walmart from December 1st to December 31st, 2014, Duracell will donate 20 cents to Children’s Miracle Network.
As a PG Mom I was lucky enough to receive one of Hasbro’s top holiday toys for this year — Transformers: Age of Extinction Chomp and Stomp Grimlock and of course some Duracell Quantum batteries to power him up.
Your 20-inch Chomp and Stomp Grimlock figure is a giant robot with a mighty sword whos ready to take on any enemy. He changes in 1 step to a dino with a terrible, chomping jaw and light-up eyes! Power Battlers and One-Step Changes figures (sold separately) activate different lights, sounds and weapons, and his weapons pop out for battle!
I’m excited to be leaving this under the tree for my littlest robot lover. The box says ages 5 and up. Her 5th birthday will be in February, but that isn’t too much of a stretch, I think she’ll be good. She wants to move on to “real” Transformers but isn’t ready for complicated transformations. This 1-step changer should be just perfect for her.