#WattsUp Twitter Party

 

lightkeeperproThe holidays are coming and that can only mean one thing – time to decorate!  After a year in storage, there’s no guarantee that all of the lights are still working.  And if you’re like me, chances are that some of your lights weren’t working when you put them away in January.  It’s Ulta-Lit to the rescue!  Ulta-Lit is the maker of the LightKeeper Pro, able to fix those strands of lights and get them working properly again.  Please join us for the #WattsUp Twitter Party, where we’ll take a fun look at the issues we face each holiday, from blinking lights to visiting in-laws, while awarding great prizes.  I hope to see you at the…

LightKeeper Pro Holiday Twitter Party

When: Tuesday, November 26th from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. ET

Where: #WattsUp on Twitter

How: To participate, follow host @ResourcefulMom and tweet in the party tag. Please be sure to follow sponsor @LightkeeperPro!

Prizes

  • 5 (five) winners will each receive an Ulta-Lit LightKeeper Pro, able to find bad bulbs, fix the problem, and allow the light set to work properly again! (ARV: $20)
  • 1 (one) Grand Prize winner will receive an Ulta-Lit LightKeeper Pro PLUS a $100 gift card to purchase more holiday decorations!

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LIght Keeper Pro: Overview from Ulta-Lit Technologies, Inc. on Vimeo.

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This giveaway is open to U.S. residents age 18 and older.

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About Ulta-Lit Technologies

Founded in 1996 as Ulta-Lit Tree Company, Ulta-Lit Technologies is the first source of affordable pre-lit artificial Christmas Trees. Along the way engineers helped Ulta-Lit to learn more about Christmas light sets. In 2001, the LightKeeper was born – and so was a new direction for Ulta-Lit. They’re proud to offer the industry’s only light set repair tools of competence. Additionally, they continue to explore and innovate.

Written by: Amy

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