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NWL Pool Safety Tips

Pool Safety Tips! 

1.      Never leave a child unattended in a pool; always watch your child when he or she is in or near any water. Supervision is the key to safety.

 

2.      If a child is missing, make sure to check the pool first. Every second counts in drowning accidents.

 

3.      Do not let anything or anyone distract you when a child is in or near a body of water.

 

4.      Keep your eyes on the pool at all times.

 

5.      Team up with friends and family when children are using the backyard pool.

 

6.      Keep a cordless phone nearby so that you can immediately call 9-1-1 in the case of an emergency.

 

7.      Learn CPR and insist that babysitters, grandparents and others who care for your child know CPR as well. Many local organizations offer certification classes that are both flexible and cost-effective.

 

8.      If you have a ladder make sure it’s in the up position when the pool is not in use.

 

9.      Never leave furniture near a fence that could make climbing over the fence possible.

 

10.  Large, inflatable, above-ground pools have become increasingly popular for backyard use. Children may fall in if they lean against the soft side of an inflatable pool. Although such pools are often exempt from local pool fencing requirements, it is essential that they be surrounded by an appropriate fence just as a permanent pool would be so that children cannot gain unsupervised access.

 

Please have a safe and enjoyable summer season!

            Think Safety!!

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact:      National Wholesale Liquidators Public Relations Department

          Vita Zorbo, 516-489-3300

 

NATIONAL WHOLESALE LIQUIDATORS 

Pool Safety Summer Message

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B3zW42TQr9gcS01YbGVKNmowNkk/edit

 

June 23, 2014 West Hempstead, NY – National Wholesale Liquidators located at 111 Hempstead Turnpike, West Hempstead, NY is pleased to announce that we will be promoting pool safety in all of our retail locations along with a safety message video on our Facebook page and website www.nationalwholesaleliquidators.com.

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Implementing this promotion and putting the focus on pool safety is important to Scott Rosen, President and CEO of National Wholesale Liquidators. “Our children are our most precious commodities and keeping them safe this summer season is our goal,” said Mr. Rosen.

“Between Memorial Day and Labor Day 2013, at least 202 children between the ages of 1 and 14 drowned in a swimming pool or spa in the United States, according to media reports compiled by the USA Swimming Foundation.  We want to help prevent pool tragedies and hope that you will share our safety message video we prepared,” said Phil DeGorter, Director of Loss Prevention for National Wholesale Liquidators.

The family owned and operated company, founded by Eva Rosen in 1984, operates stores in the New York metro area – Cross County Shopping Center (Yonkers); Bay Parkway (Brooklyn); Co-op City (Bronx); Flushing (Queens), West Hempstead (New York); Long Island City (Queens), Lodi (New Jersey) Jersey City (New Jersey); Middletown,( New York) and Dorchester, MA.

For additional information about National Wholesale Liquidators, please visit our website atwww.nationalwholesaleliquidators.com or Like us on our Facebook page or join us on Instagram.  

joseph a. June 25, 2014 at 07:23 AM
Thanks for the information but how about spending your time cleaning up and maintaining the exterior of your property. its a disgrace. all those trucks parked in your parking lots and the debris on your property....your not a macys cut the PR people and hire people to clean up .
national wholesale liquidators June 25, 2014 at 07:43 PM
Joseph, please give our corporate office a call so we can address your specific concerns. The number is 516-489-3300, ask for ext. 1026 and I will direct the call to the appropriate individual.

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