CouponBuzz.com Introduces Two HP Coupons for Huge Savings on Printers


Houston, TX (PRWEB) January 16, 2012

CouponBuzz.com introduces huge savings on HP printers with several fantastic HP coupons valid during the week of January 15 thru January 21, 2012. On their newly launched HP coupons webpage, a personal Buzz Guide hand-selects the best HP coupons to feature in special section at the top of the page. This week’s coupons highlight two best-selling printers. An $ 80 OFF coupon for the HP Officejet 100 Mobile Printer, and a $ 70 OFF coupon for the HP Officejet 7500A Printer. For savvy shoppers who want to stock up on printing supplies at the same time, a coupon for a Free $ 10 gift card with a purchase of 2 HP ink multipacks, and a Free Shipping coupon are also featured.

One of the reasons we enjoy showcasing HP coupons so much is that HP consistently offers great deals that work very well together, said Justin Bowen, head of marketing at CouponBuzz.com. These two great money-off coupons on high quality printers are accompanied by other coupons for printer ink and free shipping. That kind of a mindset makes sense to us, and we think it will to consumers as well.

As the politicians antics are getting more and more intense in 2012, the presses are gearing up for the news heavy, photo rich, and quote filled environment of an election year. While these HP printers are not necessarily commercial grade, they are more than capable to get all the news rolling off the presses in the homes and business of American consumers. The HP Officejet 7500A features a 2.36 touchscreen, printing from mobile devices, and versatile printing in paper sizes up to 13×9. It has a much lower energy footprint than other laser printers, and its cost per page is also very low. The HP Officejet 100 Mobile includes a long-lasting lithium ion battery and Bluetooth wireless printing, fast printing (22 ppm), and a compact, rugged design. With dimensions 13.7 x 6.91 x 3.32 in and weighing only 5 pds, its a perfect printer to take on the road for business travelers or students who need to pack light. But then, both printers have to be great buys to land a featured spot in CouponBuzz.coms special HP coupon section.

CouponBuzz.com strives to post the very best HP coupons as soon as HP offers them. And regardless of whether Mitt Romney is a venture capitalist or a vulture capitalist, it would seem that he, like HP, understands the value of marketing. As the political debate gets hotter, reaction instincts and timeliness become increasingly essential. The key to success is the ability to seize the right moment. And any online shopper knows that for the very best coupons, the window of opportunity is always brief. For all printing presses at a home or office that could use an upgrade, visit the HP coupon section at http://couponbuzz.com/hp-coupons.html this week, while these offers are still available.

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Top Ten Anti-Mormon Statements by Public Figures in 2011

(PRWEB) January 11, 2012

MormonVoices, a volunteer group dedicated to providing accurate information about the LDS Church, has released a list of the top ten anti-Mormon statements made by public figures in 2011.

Our intent in compiling this list is to both hold people accountable for inappropriate statements, and to help others see that certain claims about the LDS Church are incorrect, said Scott Gordon, a managing director of MormonVoices.

Individuals in the public eye have a responsibility to avoid prejudice and misinformation when speaking about religious beliefs. Religious bigotry is simply not acceptable, and people are starting to see that common claims about Mormons are actually untrue and prejudiced, continued Gordon.

The recent political ambitions and success of prominent Mormons such as Harry Reid, Mitt Romney and Jon Huntsman have put The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) in a public spotlight, leading some in the media to characterize 2011 as the Mormon Moment.”

John Lynch, another managing director of MormonVoices, observed: “Some political operatives and religious figures have engaged in anti-Mormon rhetoric to achieve political ends. Public figures should rise above misrepresenting Mormon belief and spreading false information.

This isn’t about good-natured jokes or legitimate questions. We’re not concerned with comedians who make good-natured observations about Mormons, or responsible journalists who have reported on Mormons and their beliefs.

Instead, this is a list of statements that should be offensive to everyone, and are so disrespectful that their only effect will be to increase bigotry against Mormons. Just as with other minority groups, it should no longer be socially acceptable for public figures to incite such prejudice against Mormons or their faith.”

The Top Ten list can be found on the MormonVoices website, http://www.mormonvoices.org, and Lynch hopes that it will be widely shared online.

Each statement on the MormonVoices list is accompanied by an explanation of why it is inaccurate, with links to additional information.

MormonVoices is supportive of, but not owned by, controlled by, or affiliated with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

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