4th of July Made in the USA with Rayovac

We love to celebrate Independence Day here in the USA!  In North Carolina, our family enjoys friends, fireworks and great food.   We love our local parade and 4th of July Festival.  We participate in our local festival with games and activities for everyone.   We watch outdoor fireworks,  and attend musicals and picnics to commemorate the 4th of July.

Light Sabers Powered by Rayovac Alkaline Batteries

Where there are Fireworks and Music, like the Koka Booth Amphitheatre, we bring our Light Sabers. We are a Light Saber Family, powered by Rayovac!  Seriously, we have sparred in the Blue Ridge Mountains, Walt Disney World, the Rockies and the Beaches of North Carolina and beyond.

So, I loved when I renewed my Contract as a Rayovac Power Blogger and I get to write about my favorite Longer Lasting Rayovac batteries some more.  Furthermore, I get to share that Rayovac Alkaline batteries are Made in the USA!

For the past 3+ years, as a Rayovac Power Blogger, we have been powered. We love it!  We are so very happy Rayovac alkaline batteries and hearing aid batteries are Made in the USA!  You can enjoy "lasts longer" batteries with competitive prices and know you are supporting Made in the USA products.

Here is another view of us enjoying our Light Sabers Koka Booth Amphitheatre while our North Carolina Symphony serenaded us to lovely John Williams music including Olympic Theme Song, Star Wars, Harry Potter and more.

This 4th of July Holiday, check out all of the Rayovac alkaline and hearing aid batteries that are Made in the USA!  And Rayovac "Lasts Longer" Batteries are worth your investment.  

For all of the fun and details, follow Rayovac Facebook and Rayovac on Twitter.  Rayovac often has Giveaways and Coupons with Discounts for Followers.  You can also check out their latest products there.

How do you plan to spend your 4th of July?

Warmly, Carolina Mama

FTC Disclosure:  This post is sponsored by Rayovac and is part of my work as a Rayovac Power Blogger. All opinions are my own. 

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