As the colder winter weather takes hold across the country, it’s important for homeowners to ensure their heating systems are ready to stand up to the frigid temperatures. To help prevent unexpected breakdowns, American Home Shield, the nation’s largest provider of home warranties, is offering five expert tips to maintain heating systems and help ensure homes stay warm.
“Over the last five years, we responded to more than two million service requests for heating system issues, and with a few minor maintenance checks, many of these issues may have been avoided,” said Mike Clear, vice president of operations for American Home Shield, a business unit of ServiceMaster Global Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: SERV). “With one of the nation’s largest networks of independent service contractors, we take pride in our ability to keep customers warm if winter heating issues occur.”
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While encouraging homeowners not to take their chances when it comes to the risks of covered breakdowns around the home, American Home Shield, the nation’s largest provider of home warranties, is giving homeowners the chance to upgrade kitchen or laundry appliances through its “You Pick Three” sweepstakes.
Now through November 30, two lucky winners will be chosen to receive their choice of three GE appliances valued at up to $5,000 retail value, plus $200 towards installation.
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What’s in a name? When it comes to Artistry Exact Fit® Beauty Balm Perfecting Primer, everything. This multi-benefit, sheer formula with SPF 35 harnesses the power of three benefits in one: it primes, perfects and hydrates.
In one simple step, Artistry Exact Fit® Beauty Balm Perfecting Primer instantly blurs imperfections and minimizes the appearance of pores for a visibly perfected complexion that looks natural, hydrated and beautiful. The single universal sheer shade prepares skin for optimal makeup application and wear, while helping to shield from harmful, aging UV rays and minimize the effects of free radicals and environmental aggressors.
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A new advertising campaign from American Home Shield, the nation’s largest provider of home warranties, showcases the costly risk faced by millions of homeowners who may not fully understand the differences between homeowners insurance and home warranties, which protect consumers against potentially budget-busting covered breakdowns to their home systems and appliances.
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Nissan has created the world's biggest working Zorb, complete with a full-sized Note safely cushioned inside.
The giant inflatable ball, which measures six metres in diameter and more than 18 metres in circumference, was constructed to highlight Nissan's Safety Shield technology featured on the Nissan Note, its popular small family car.
Nicknamed the 'CarZorb', the colossal structure was successfully rolled down a course of steep hills in a two minute film released today.
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Today, the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS® record for the “Most people using mouthwash simultaneously” was broken by Colgate at 12:30 p.m. EDT in New York’s Times Square. 1,142 consumers, along with TV host and actress, Stacy Keibler, simultaneously swished with new Colgate Total® Advanced Pro-Shield™ Mouthwash while supporting Make-A-Wish®, an organization that creates thousands of life-changing moments by granting the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions.
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Eagle Rare Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey has named Tonya M. Evans of Lawrence, Kansas as the winner of the Grand Prize 2013 Rare Life Award. Eagle Rare will donate $30,000 to Evans’ charity, American Fallen Warrior Memorial Foundation (www.afwmf.org). Evans, who founded the charity in March 2011, is in the process of raising funds to establish a 20-acre, $30 million memorial honoring the memory of all military personnel lost since the first Gulf War and in Operations Desert Storm, Desert Shield, Iraqi Freedom, Enduring Freedom and all peripheral operations in the war on terror.
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Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s popular No. 88 Chevrolet went “dark” today thanks to fans of The Dark Knight Rises and Mountain Dew® (DEW). Following a week and a half of voting at DEWCrew.com, Earnhardt revealed which “Dark Knight”-inspired paint scheme will be featured on the hood of his No. 88 Chevrolet in Michigan next month. In addition to the Bat Shield on the hood, the redesign features Batman and Bane, Gotham City’s newest villain, on either side of the car. The unveiling continues to drive anticipation for Warner Bros. Pictures’ and Legendary Pictures’ The Dark Knight Rises, before the film’s opening day, July 20.
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When it comes to making sure the Chevrolet Cruze is as durable as it can be, Dave Schoener and his teammates are all wet.
As a GM splash test engineer, Schoener helped develop an innovative splash shield for the Chevrolet Cruze that protects the engine compartment from water and potentially harmful contaminants.
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In a bold move to address the healthcare affordability crisis, Blue Shield of California Chairman & CEO Bruce Bodaken announced a pledge today that Blue Shield will limit its annual net income to no more than 2 percent of revenue. This commitment will apply retroactively to income earned in 2010, when Blue Shield’s net income exceeded the 2 percent target by $180 million. That amount will go back to Blue Shield’s customers and the community.
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