Spring is in the air with new Glade collection
RACINE, Wis. — Consumers with spring fever will be able to freshen their homes with two limited-edition home fragrances from Glade.
Bring on the Blossoms and Sparkle of Spring scents are the newest members of the Glade family. Bring on the Blossoms unites fruity and floral with a medley of jasmine, rose, peony and sandalwood; while the Sparkle of Spring scent features fresh and citrusy scents with zesty lime, ginger and vanilla notes, according to the company.
The Glade limited-edition spring collection includes:
Glade candle 4-oz. jar for $3.49;
Glade premium room spray for $2.99;
Glade scented oil candle decorative glass holder for $3.49;
Glade scented oil candle refills (contains four refills) for $3.49; and
Glade PlugIns scented oil refills, available in one- and two-count for $3.49 and $5.49, respectively.
The Glade limited-edition spring collection is available through July in the air care aisle of food, drug and mass merchandise stores, including Target, Walmart and more.
‘Casino Jack’ arrives on Blu-ray, DVD this spring
LOS ANGELES — The story of one of Washington, D.C.’s most lucrative lobbyists caught in a whirlwind of controversy is making its Blu-ray and DVD debut April 5.
"Casino Jack," starring Academy Award winner Kevin Spacey as Jack Abramoff, is a cautionary tale about Capitol Hill intrigue. Abramoff is situated as a power player whose scheming ways land him in a web of greed and murder that turns into a worldwide scandal.
"Casino Jack" will be available on Blu-ray for the suggested retail price of $29.99, and on DVD for an SRP of $22.98, from 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment.
Rite Aid raises nearly $5 million for Children’s Miracle Network
CAMP HILL, Pa. — Rite Aid raised $4.9 million for the Children’s Miracle Network last year, the retail pharmacy chain said Thursday.
The company said the money would fund medical care, research, education and outreach programs at 117 Children’s Miracle Network hospitals in the communities that Rite Aid serves. The retailer raised the money by selling paper Miracle Balloons for $1 and donating all proceeds to local Children’s Miracle Network hospitals, as well as through such events as bowling tournaments, parking lot carnivals and antique car shows. The 4,700-store chain has raised more than $46 million for the organization since 1994.
“There are more than 100 children’s hospitals across the country that benefit from the incredible generosity of Rite Aid associates and customers,” Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals president and CEO John Lauck said. “Rite Aid associates continue to demonstrate their commitment to the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals in their communities year after year, with an especially impressive $4.9 million raised in 2010.”