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2011-10-07 16:05:00

Clearasil targets young adult consumer set through unique digital programming with scholarship incentive Parsippany, NJ (PRWEB) October 07, 2011 Clearasil®, a leading brand of skin care products, launches a groundbreaking Facebook endeavor â“ a brand ambassador search to find three âœClearasil All Access Agents.â The search operates as a Facebook contest conducted via the brand page facebook.com/clearasilus. It is geared toward...

2011-08-22 14:00:00

Veet®, the number one depilatory brand in the world, announces partnership with Drugstore.com via Facebook promotion and discounts. Parsippany, NJ (PRWEB) August 22, 2011 VEET®, the number one hair depilatory in the world1, celebrates their drugstore.com debut with a Facebook partnership. From August 12th through September 30th, Facebook fans will have the opportunity to win a $25 drugstore.com gift card by visiting http://www.facebook.com/Veet. The giveaway is hosted on the brand's...

2011-08-18 07:30:00

PARSIPPANY, N.J., Aug. 18, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Reckitt Benckiser (RB), the leading global household, health and personal care company (with U.S. headquarters in Parsippany, NJ) and parent of Clearasil, Lysol, Woolite and other iconic brands, today unveiled turbo RACER, a new free online game and a free mobile racing game app available on iTunes, as part of the company's corporate awareness program. The game, based on a racing platform, is designed to metaphorically underscore the essence...

2011-08-10 09:10:00

PARSIPPANY, N.J., Aug. 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Clearasil®, a leading brand of skin care products, launches the "Rock Your Skin" Guitar Sweepstakes, giving Facebook fans the chance to win an autographed Gibson® Melody Maker Les Paul guitar. The guitar was signed at the Clearasil Vibe+Revive Lounge within the Miami Express Yourself Oasis at the Hard Rock Hotel during Lollapalooza music festival. The guitar features autographs from celebrities and...

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  • A fool; a simpleton: a term of abuse common in Ireland and to a less extent in the Gaelic-speaking parts of Scotland.
This word is partly Irish in origin.