Why Your Family Should Care Whether Brands offer Guarantees

July 30, 2014 4 Comments »
As an ambassador for Rayovac I have been compensated for this blog post. All thoughts and opinions on the products are my own.

Has anyone ever made a promise to you and not kept it with the end result letting you down? Of course they have, we’re all human and it happens every day. I’ve let people down and been let down and know just how unpleasant it is. No one wants to be left with that yucky feeling.

Whether it’s a friend saying they’ll meet up and changing plans last minute, an experience you sign up for that doesn’t live up to what you thought it would be, or a purchase you make that ends up as money “flushed down the drain”. Even this month, I’ve been there. How about you?

Though this happens in life we want our family to believe in promises and keeping them and we want to put time and money into those we feel have the same characteristics. That’s why we rely on Rayovac’s quality products. Our girls learn that there are brands that they can depend on and affordable prices, and companies that will back their products up.

 

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As a brand, Rayovac doesn’t want to be the brand that lets their customers down, they aim to be trustworthy. They keep you in mind when they create their products. They don’t want to break their promise of quality products, they want to value your time and money. Because Rayovac stands behind their products, they are able to offer their Rayovac Guarantee, a guarantee like no other in the battery industry.

Not only is this the best practice {in my opinion}, but it’s also the best protection for your most important tech devices. Check out the True Meaning of the Word Guarantee when it comes to Rayovac’s product promise.

You and your family will benefit from a brand’s quality guarantee and you won’t feel like you’re wasting money or time, because both of those things are important to busy families.

I personally love that Rayovac offers warranties on their products as fewer and fewer brands are these days. For more information on this guarantee and what is covered, visit Rayovac’s website: rayovac.com

 

How do you teach your family to be trustworthy and promise keepers?

What do you think of brand warranties?

 

This is a sponsored post on behalf of my partnership with Rayovac. All opinions and thoughts expressed in this post are my own, yours may vary.

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4 Comments

  1. Jamie Rippy (@MamaMommyMom) August 7, 2014 at 3:06 PM - Reply

    I try so hard to teach my kids the importance of keeping your word. There are people in my life who are constantly flaking on plans, to the point that I just decline invitations to do things with them now.
    It’s the same way with a brand… if I have a bad experience and they make it right, I will keep coming back. Bad experience after bad experience… I’ll be done with the brand.

  2. Whitney August 10, 2014 at 11:11 PM - Reply

    I am really careful the way I word things when talking to my kids. I don’t make promises that I can’t keep. I try to model it for them and then we talk about being true to your word when someone disappoints them. Brand warranties are super important when I’m making decisions about whether to purchase a product or not. I’ve had good experiences with companies staying true to their warranties and I’ve had a couple of experiences where the company ignored the issue. I’m more likely to do business again with trustworthy companies.

  3. Kelley @ The Best Crowe's Nest August 11, 2014 at 10:50 AM - Reply

    Love this post Jenn. It’s SO true! We have to teach our kids about honesty and keeping our word and it’s important we rely on products that do the same. I feel like it’s so easy to go with the brand we know most or people recommend, but it’s really important to know the company CARES about the consumers who are buying their product. I didn’t know that about Rayovac, but will definitely keep that in mind the next time we need something!

  4. K. Elizabeth @ YUMMommy August 13, 2014 at 9:36 PM - Reply

    You really have to read the fine print with brand warranties these days. However, I love it when I stumble across brands who
    truly understand the importance of providing great warranties for their products. And I try to teach my kids about the importance of being trustworthy through my actions.

    I don’t make promises I can’t keep. Kids might not remember everything we say but they will remember just about everything we do.

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