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Bonus Payments, Get Yours Today!

Today, we at CarseatBlog have authorized AIG to issue bonus payments on the order of $1 million dollars to each of our readers.  That’s right!  You deserve it!  Please direct your inquiries on how to obtain your bonus payment to your local US Representative or Senator, at which time they will meet behind close doors and debate if you are important enough to get free $$$$ like all their buddies.

I have to chuckle about the bonus payments.  Financial institutions base compensation for many employees as salary+bonus.  In some cases, the bonus is the major part of their income and maybe even necessary to make a living.  In others, it’s hundreds of thousands or millions on top of an even larger base salary.  Usually, the bonus is arranged well in advance and often based on how profitable the company, employee and/or employee’s division has been.  We’ve been told the AIG bonuses were arranged sometime last year.  You know, last year when AIG was doing so well that it was profitable?  Not.  You know, when the powers that be decided that the executives in the division that took AIG down deserved 218 million bucks for a “job well done”?  LOL. 

Donation, With Benefits

You could just click a button to donate to a non-profit organization and get nothing for it, other than the satisfaction that you are helping an important cause.  We offer our readers something much better.  Satisfaction AND free gifts!  If you’re a technician or advocate, this is almost essential!  In fact, I’ve heard rumours that it is illegal in many states NOT to become a member of Safety Belt Safe USA at the Tech Special rate!   Consider that a subscription to the excellent Safe Ride News newsletter is almost an $80 value at the introductory rate.  On top of that, you get a free CD with instruction manuals and the excellent Safety Belt Safe summary sheets for child restraint models from 1996-2007 (or newer as updated editions are released).  That’s a $210 value!  You also get a free Safety Belt Safe newsletter, online access to instruction manuals (especially new ones not included on the CD) and the ability to print out the great Safety Belt Safe recall list from the internet.  Yes, another $210 value!  That’s an amazing $500 in value for free gifts, over and above supporting THE national, non-profit organization dedicated to child passenger safety.

As yet another free bonus, if you’re a technician, the newsletters may qualify you for CEU credits that can be used at your next renewal for certification.  This isn’t to mention that it will help you to lose 10 pounds a week and get perfect abs in just months with no changes to your diet or exercise routine!  But, you must act now for this special online offer, because supplies are limited!

So, what would you pay for all this, including the great feeling you get by supporting this fantastic 501(c)(3) charity?  $300? $400?  Even $500?  No, No, NO!  You get all this for the amazingly low rate of $250!  That’s half what you’d pay in stores, but this offer isn’t available in stores or even on TV!  As a super special offer only valid on the day you read this blog, if you are one of the first 100 subscribers to tell them CarseatBlog sent you, then you will qualify for our special negotiated rate of only $125 for a year for Tech Special access.  That’s half of the normal price and one quarter what you’d pay in stores, plus your subscription may be tax deductible!

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* CarseatBlog is not responsible for omissions, inaccuracies or misleading statements contained in this offer

Over the Hill at Age 35?

I have a running joke.  It’s not all that funny, really, except in a dark sort of way.  When you’re involved in the field of occupant protection, you’re over the hill at 35.  Why?  According to the Centers for Disease Control, motor vehicle traffic is the #1 cause of death for age groups 5-9, 10-14, 15-24 and 25-34. *

What happens at 35?

Marvin’s Giveaway Corner #5: Got LATCH?

Today’s giveaway is….PINK!  It’s the 2009 edition of the LATCH Manual by Safe Ride News.  This is the reference you need to answer almost any question about child restraints or vehicles pertaining to the system of lower anchors and tethers.

To enter, simply reply with a comment!  One entry per person.  If you reply more than once, only the first comment will count.  The winner will be selected at random on Tuesday morning!

Marvin politely requests that you do not enter the contest if you already have the 2009 LATCH Manual or will be getting a copy through your organization.