Playing With Fire #Giveaway Share Your Fire Safety Tips @playingwfire @alliedphilly #Sponsored #PlayingWithFireMovie

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October is Fire Safety and Prevention Month to raise awareness about fire safety and help ensure your home and family is prepared in the event of an emergency.  

Paramount's new film PLAYING WITH FIRE happens to be coming to theaters November 8th.  I've put together ten fire safety tips for your family to coincide with the movie's release and Fire Safety and Prevention Month.  Keep reading to find out how to enter our local giveaway for Playing With Fire movie swag thanks to Allied Global Marketing.

Playing With Fire Movie Swag Giveaway

Ten Fire Safety Tips:

1.  Install smoke alarms on every level of your home, inside bedrooms and outside sleeping areas.

2. Once a month, check each alarm in the home by pushing the test button. 

3.Replace batteries in smoke alarms at least once a year. Immediately install a new battery if an alarm chirps, warning the battery is low.

4.  Have a fire escape plan: Make sure that all household members know two ways to escape from every room of your home, and where to meet up outside.  Practice the fire escape plan together.

5. Make sure every child in your home knows how to dial 911.

6.  Use quick-release devices on barred windows and doors. Security bars without release devices can trap you in a deadly fire. If you have security bars on your windows, be sure one window in each sleeping room has a release device.

7.  Consider getting escape ladders for sleeping areas on the second or third floor. Learn how to use them, and store them near the windows. 

8.  Teach everyone in your house where the fire extinguisher is and how to use it (as appropriate to age).

9.  Teach your children to STOP, DROP and ROLL if their clothes should catch on fire and practice staying low to the floor to escape.

10.  Check electrical cords regularly, and make sure cords do not run across doorways or under carpets where they could be damaged. 

Movie Ticket Giveaway


When straight-laced fire superintendent Jake Carson (John Cena) and his elite team of expert firefighters (Keegan-Michael Key, John Leguizamo and Tyler Mane) come to the rescue of three siblings (Brianna Hildebrand, Christian Convery and Finley Rose Slater) in the path of an encroaching wildfire, they quickly realize that no amount of training could prepare them for their most challenging job yet – babysitters. Unable to locate the children’s parents, the firefighters have their lives, jobs and even their fire depot turned upside down and quickly learn that kids – much like fires –are wild and unpredictable.


One reader will win 4 tickets to see Playing With Fire and movie swag

Playing With Fire Movie Swag Giveaway

Please Read:  Only entrants who live in PA, DE, NJ, NY, MD, or OH  may enter.  If you do not live in these states, you are not eligible to win this prize per the sponsor.  

This giveaway is not in any way associated with or endorsed by Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest or Twitter.  Giveaway Ends 10/31/18 at 2PM EST.  US Residents **18 and older** only may enter. One entry per household and IP address.  Winner will be drawn using random.org. Entries are verified.  No purchase necessary.  Void where prohibited by law. The number of eligible entries received determines the odds of winning.  The Attic Girl is not responsible/liable for prize delivery.  By entering the giveaway, you agree to the Giveaway terms/rules.

5 comments on "Playing With Fire #Giveaway Share Your Fire Safety Tips @playingwfire @alliedphilly #Sponsored #PlayingWithFireMovie"
  1. Practice fire drills with your kids.

  2. We were just at the Y when there was a fire. The girls are very curious now

  3. My best fire safety tip is to keep your bedroom doors closed at night. You'll gain more time to survive should there be a house fire.

  4. Have a plan. I’ve always discussed and had a plan with my daughter. Living on the top floor of an apt building having a way out is a must. I’ve been doing this since she was little. She gets annoyed, lol, but she is listening and what I’m saying does stick! Talk to and review exit plans or emergency plans with your kids. They may have some ideas of their own too!

  5. If you have a child living away at college, just like at home you should encourage your child to have a fire safety plan in their dorm, apartment or housing. Encourage them to set up a plan with their roommates so that they all have a plan in the event of a fire.


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