Keep Customers Safe With a Daylight Savings Battery Change
This Fall you can help business managers across the country make a potentially life-saving decision.
Sunday, November 3rd was the annual “Fall Back” Daylight Savings Time, marking the day where homes and businesses across the country are urged to change the batteries in their smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors. It is strongly suggested that home and business owners use Daylight Savings Time to do this, as the recommended schedule for testing detectors and changing batteries is twice a year, and with our busy lives, having something to remind us is always helpful!
Did you know that, according to the National Fire Protection Association, businesses and other non–home structures suffered nearly 2,000 fire-related injuries and fatalities in 2011, and $2.8 billion in property damage? The risks are real, but the solution is simple: Change and test your batteries, and remind your customers to do the same.
To do your part, you can assist your customers in selecting a trusted battery brand that will respond when it’s needed should the unthinkable happen. Duracell is the #1 trusted brand of battery for contractors, first responders, educators, electricians and healthcare professionals– if you think of everything a battery powers in those fields, that adds up to a pretty trustworthy testimonial to reliability!
Duracell Procell batteries offer a wide selection of options to suit your customer’s needs, in a convenient bulk package that is an ideal alternative to purchasing blister packs off the rack at a retail location. View and download the full catalog here to view the range of options for your customers.
Not a battery expert? If you haven’t already, check out Duracell’s training site for DSRs, and request your free sample and training kit right on their website. Click here to read more about their in-depth training program designed to help DSRs become a battery expert who is readily able to answer their customer’s questions when it comes to selection and usage.
Whether your customer is a restaurant, a school, or a tool and die shop, help make safety a priority and urge your customers to test and change their batteries for this, and every Daylight Savings Time.© Copyright 2013 Amy Ullsperger, All rights Reserved. Written For: DSR Sales Support Blog