Sunday, January 13, 2013

FREE Valentine's Day MP3 Music Downloads

Valentine's Day is one month away, but you can start getting yourself into the mood with these FREE Valentine-themed music downloads: 
As always, Amazon prices are subject to change at any time, so there is no guarantee how long these will remain free!

Free Cell Phone Suction Mat


Free Cell Phone Suction Mat, Shipped Free

Head on over to get your Free Cell Phone Suction Mat from Hobo Ninja! Stick you cell phone to any smooth surface with this freebie. But hurry before they sell out!
To get your freebie:
  1. Go to Hobo Ninja’s Free Cell Phone Suction Mat (click link)
  2. Click “Add to Cart”
  3. Enter coupon code FREE-SUCTION
  4. Check out for free!

Get A FREE Kids Umbrella With $20 Purchase And Help Some Kids In Need!

Kidorable Raincoats

Get a FREE kids umbrella with purchase!  10% of sales are going to the Garden of Dreams through 1/28!

Kidorable has some really cute kids items for sale from towels to boots, umbrellas, and more!  Through 1/28, when you use the coupon code: DREAM33 and make a minimum $20 purchase, you will receive a FREE kids umbrella!  And, when you make that purchase, Kidorable will give 10% of the sale to the Garden of Dreams Foundation, which brings happiness to kids facing obstacles such as illness or homelessness.  Shop today!

FREE Online Lincoln Course from The University of Illinios Springfield

The University of Illinios Springfield just announced that it will be offering a free eight week course on Lincoln and the importance of the Emancipation Proclamation.
lincoln course
Taken from the UIS site:
The Emancipation Proclamation: What Came Before, How It Worked, and What Followed – uses the sesquicentennial of President Lincoln’s issuance of the emancipation proclamation in 1863, to explore what happened in the United States before emancipation, how emancipation worked onceproclaimed, and what happened in politics, economics, and society in the century and a half afterward.
“It will also serve as a forum for participants to discuss the concept of emancipation in states and systems earlier than that of the U.S. and since to today,” said Ray Schroeder, UIS associate vice chancellor for online learning.
The course is opened to everyone, no matter your location.  You are required to enroll and class will begin on January 28th.
If you want to learn more about this free Lincoln course, visit USI.