KitchenAid Promotes Recycling Program with Abt Electronics

BENTON HARBOR, Mich.-KitchenAid is partnering with appliance and electronics retailer Abt Electronics to encourage the responsible disposal of unwanted small kitchen appliances.

From April 18 through May 16, Abt customers in Glenview, Ill. will receive an instant rebate toward the purchase of a new KitchenAid small appliance when they bring in any small electric kitchen appliance to the store. The rebate will offer $10 off KitchenAid hand mixers, hand blenders, toasters, coffee grinders, slow cookers and waffle irons; $20 off KitchenAid coffeemakers, blenders, countertop ovens and food processors; and $40 off any KitchenAid stand mixer.

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