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Sentry Safe Giveaway

As you watch all the natural disasters Mother Nature has to offer, you have to reflect and wonder (aff) if that happened to you what would you do? There are just so many things that you can't replace in the event of a fire, flood, earthquake, hurricane, or home (aff) theft.

The SentrySafe 1200 is a Fire-Safe Chest is the answer for most homeowners (well, and renters too!). This is perfect for passports, irreplaceable photos, birth certificates, childhood memories and more! For us, I've got everybody's social security cards, our life insurance policies, everybody's birth certificates, etc. I use to work for an insurance adjusters office, and I watched too many people lose everything like that in fires. I always swore that that wouldn't happen to me.

The SentrySafe Fire-Safe Chest offers:

· ½ UL classified fire protection for contents in case of a home (aff) fire
· ½ ETL verified fire protection for digital media such as USB drives, CDs or hard drives
· Privacy key lock to keep private items safe from prying eyes
· Convenient carrying handle for easy retrieval of frequently accessed items

You always see those huge ginormous safes that you can bolt to the ground. Those are great except if you need to evacuate quickly. I love that you can easily grab this safe and throw it into your car. It also doesn't take up a lot of room, but still allows you to keep what is important to you safe.

Since we love our Sentry Safe, I have arranged for one lucky winner to win one! Here's what you need to do:

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  1. Important documents and my hard drive with photos. Thanks for the chance to win!
    mrsmchappell at gmail dot com

  2. I would keep all our important papers, and pictures that I got from my grandmother before she passed away. They were of her when she was a baby and a teen in the early 1900's. so precious! I would never want to loose those!

  3. All our important papers, and some pictures that I received from my grandmother before she passed away. They were of her when she was a baby and a teenager. so precious to me!

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