Protect-A-Bed Debuts Potty-Training Contest

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CHICAGO-Protect-A-Bed has launched a contest in which consumers can provide their best and proven tactics for potty training on its Facebook page.

The company has invited consumers to share their potty-training stories on facebook.com/ProtectABed, for a chance to win mattress-protection products. The grand-prize winner will receive a mattress-protection prize pack for the entire household, up to four beds, along with a potty-training protection kit. The winner will also be featured on Protect-A-Bed's website, protectabed.com.

Twelve other winners will receive one potty-training protection kit. The contest began on Jan. 26 and will run through Feb. 21, and is open to all U.S. residents 18 years of age and older.

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