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#FirstAidFriday: Preparing You for Life’s Scrapes and Scratches

#FirstAidFridayWhen I was about 10, my dad snagged his hand with a fishhook while we were angling at a local pond. We sure could have used a first aid kit. 

As a college student clearing rubble from an old warehouse, I had an unfortunate encounter with an errant nail. A first aid kit definitely would have come in handy.

In more recent years, my wife and I have witnessed plenty of bumps, scrapes and bruises as our children learned to walk, went to camp, played with friends and participated in sports. Each mishap was a clear reminder of why it’s always important to have basic medical supplies nearby.

I bet you have your own “accident list,” don’t you? Here’s a more important question: Do you keep a first aid kit nearby – like in the kitchen or inside your car or next to your workbench?

#FirstAidFriday sweepstakes prizeTweet for a chance to win an American Family first aid kit
To help you prepare for life’s scrapes and scratches, American Family is holding a drawing on Twitter. On each of four consecutive Fridays – March 28 through April 18 – we’ll post safety-related questions. To enter, follow American Family on Twitter and reply to the questions with the hashtag #FirstAidFriday. Every week, we’ll choose 25 lucky winners of our first aid kits. Check out the photo and see our official rules for more information.

It’s a simple, social way to help protect the people you love.

And here are a couple more ways American Family can help you prepare for the unexpected circumstances life throws your way.

Take a few minutes now to protect your family, and you’ll be we’ll prepared for your next adventure.

by Paul Bauman on Thu, Mar 27 2014 11:22 pm
Posted by Paul Bauman on Thu, Mar 27 2014 11:22 pmPaul Bauman is a web experience administrator for American Family Insurance. When not developing content for the company’s websites, he enjoys sharing the running trail with his thoughts, which move at a much faster pace.

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