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The Baddest Black Flag Ever Giveaway

January 1, 2014

Through a brief video announcement posted on the Black Flag Brand Facebook page, Paul Teutul Sr. announced that Vickie Holliday of Greenville, SC was the grand prize winner of The Baddest Black Flag Ever Giveaway.

As part of the grand prize, Black Flag flew Vickie and a guest of her choice on an all-expense paid trip to New York City, where she was faced with a tough decisions: to ride away on the custom OCC chopper or run away with the $25,000 check. (She chose the check.)

Black Flag, which has been killing bugs since 1883, is one of the newest additions to United Industries Corporation, a supplier of products for the home, lawn and garden insect and weed control markets. United Industries is subsidiary of Spectrum Brands Holdings, Inc.

More info: www.blackflag.comwww.unitedindustriescorporation.com
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