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Cold And Flu Season With Advil Congestion Relief

Congestion comes in many from many sources which include causes of a stuffy nose to the smells of a crowded street and one that affects many this time of year, cold and flu. Advil® Congestion Relief was designed to help consumers breathe easier by alleviating congestion and providing relief for sinus congestion but also to tackle congestion problems facing communities around the country with the Advil Congestion Relief Project.

I was sent a box of Advil Congestion Relief just in time with my congestion kicking up due to allergies and that pesky winter cold, well not yet, so fingers crossed. I know Advil will help.

The cold and flu brand is putting a twist on its tagline – “The Right Relief for the Real Problem,” and providing real relief in congested areas across the U.S. such as under supplied schools, congested traffic lanes, and more. The Advil® Congestion Relief Project is looking for additional communities in need of relief. In the past few years alone I have watched as Portland has become more congested with people which has led to more and more traffic. We do work on reducing these problems with the promotion of mass transit, extra sidewalks, and bike lanes in our community that help with congestion by providing other ways for people to get around. We now have electric vehicle charging stations around the city making it a very electric vehicle friendly town.

Giveaway!

We have a box of Advil congestion relief to give away!

To Enter: Tell me what’s congested in your community?

I’ll pick a winner On December 15th.

I am a member of One2One Network and this post is part of a sponsored campaign I received both product and compensation for my time. I make no claims about Advil Congestion Relief as a product or it’s effectiveness.

3 Comments

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  2. Elena on December 12, 2011 at 12:45 pm

    Traffic is growing here is Southern California, especially after 5 pm till 7 pm. Now when the rain season starts it’s really difficult to get anywhere.



  3. Jennifer Vickers on December 10, 2011 at 1:21 pm

    Our traffic situation is congested. We have no alternate routes so when there’s an accident on the main road, it can be congested for hours.