I hate not being able to breathe and I’m miserable when I’m sick and congested. It’s cold and flu season now and I’m washing my hands like crazy to keep the germs at bay. Advil Congestion Relief works to keep nasal passages clear and they have taken clearing congestion to a whole new level. Not only do they want to help the individual, but they also want to reach out to the community and clear the congestion!
Through The Advil Congestion Relief Project, they want to help you clear the congestion where you live. Think of something in your community that is a source of stress and worry for you. Is it congested roads? Over-crowded parks or arenas? Undersupplied schools or libraries? In my town, we desperately need some traffic lights. Our main road through town is always so busy and it’s a nightmare to try and turn left. You could literally sit there for 15 minutes or more because no one will let you out. I get very frustrated especially when I have an appointment and no one will let me turn. Often times, I will drive out of my way just to avoid the busy intersections. With a set of traffic lights, the drivers turning left would be able to turn and not have to feel road rage or panicked because they are late. Our town currently only has stop signs and no lights so The Advil Congestion Relief Project would make a huge impact on relieving the traffic bottlenecks and easing driver’s frustrations.
How could The Advil Congestion Relief Project help relieve congestion in your community? Visit this link and share why your community needs help by January 4, 2012 and you will be entered to win up to $30,000 for your community! Open to US only.
One of my readers will win a 10 count package of Advil® Congestion Relief (retail value $7.99).
I am a member of One2One Network and this post is part of a sponsored campaign I received both product and compensation for my time. I make no claims about Advil Congestion Relief as a product or it’s effectiveness.