This is a sponsored post, all opinions are mine. Thank you to Master Lock and their PR Company for the opportunity.

It’s back to school for my kids tomorrow. I have spent the last few weeks printing materials, purchasing our homeschool curriculum, organizing books, making new work boxes and finding activities to keep my little one busy while my older kids homeschool.
 1 in 4 Americans say their child cannot always remember their combination or struggle to open their locker, I can relate because as a kid I had a locker from middle school through high school. Most of the time I forgot my locker combination so I had to keep the combination in my purse. Back when I went to school there was not such thing as tablets, cell phones and other high tech gadgets, how can these be safe while at school?
Master Lock has come out with a perfect solution for your back to school needs ~  The dialSpeed Electronic Combination Lock  (Combination Padlocks 1500EDBX).
The dialSpeed Electronic Combination Lock Comes has high tech features:
~ Resettable Primary Code & option for 3 additional Guest Codes.
~ Anti-shim technology
~ Can be opened one-handed without looking
~ Ready to use – includes installed, replaceable CR2032 battery for 5 years of life!

I wish they had combination locks like this when I was in school! Master Lock offers a selection of products for keeping your valuables secure this school season, which you can see at Master Lock.

For a chance to win gift cards, video games, electronics and Master Lock products take the  Master Lock Master Campus Challenge where you can play until September 8th.


Join in the fun on Twitter by joining the Master Lock Twitter Party on August 6th at 8 PM EST hosted by @ResourcefulMom follow the hashtag #MasterBacktoSchool, you can RSVP HERE.


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This is a sponsored, post all opinions are mine. Thank you to Master Lock and their PR Company for the opportunity.
Mama to 5 Blessings is disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

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