Ring Doorbell, National Night Out sponsor, offers promo code for $25 savings


August 3, 2016, 2:30 PM: Update on the drawing for the Ring Doorbell at tonight’s event – there will be no money collected, no suggested donation. Everyone who wants to be entered into a free drawing for a Ring Doorbell should stop by the Neighborhood Watch table and speak directly with Barbara Gellman at this evening’s event.

Courtesy of Barbara Gellman, Neighborhood Watch Coordinator:

Ring Doorbell Offer_Page_1During the month of August, Ring Doorbell is offering $25 off at https://ring.com/ to University City Neighborhood Watch group participants when purchasing a Ring Doorbell online and using the promo code 2ucitynno16.

See attached for the details. According to the attached promotion, with Ring, you’re always home. The Ring Doorbell is Wi-Fi connected, boasts easy installation, features an HD camera and night vision technology.

The Ring Doorbell provides mobile access.

You receive instant alerts when someone rings your doorbell or motion is detected, via the free Ring App for iOS, Android, and Windows 10. See and speak with visitors from anywhere by using your smartphone and watch recorded footage anytime with optionsl Cloud Recording.

Note: Ring Doorbell is also donating a Ring Doorbell to be given away at University City’s Community Night Out at the Food Trucks. See details below*.

Photo courtesy of Greg Hom
Photo from 2015 courtesy of Greg Hom

It’s Community National Night Out at the Food Trucks on Wednesday, August 3 at Spreckels Elementary School 5-7 PM.

Everyone is invited whether you are a member of a Neighborhood Watch group or not, no need to reserve, just come. Both the police and fire departments will be there.

Just like last year, this is our opportunity to thank all Northern Division police officers and Station 35 and Squad 56 fire-rescue personnel.

Remember, a percentage of your purchases at the Food Trucks are directed back into the schools through EdUCate to help pay for extra supplies and programs that are not in their yearly budget.

And there’s more at National Night Out at the Food Trucks!

*The Ring Video Doorbell company is a proud sponsor of National Night Out this year and has agreed to donate a Ring Doorbell for your Smartphone to our Community event on Wednesday, August 3 at Spreckels Elementary School. Requested donation is $2 for each chance to win the donated Ring Doorbell. Retail value of the Ring Doorbell is $199. Make your donation for a ticket at National Night Out at the Food Trucks. For more information about the Ring Doorbell, visit https://ring.com/.

Target is also a proud sponsor of National Night Out and supports local gatherings in many of the communities where they do business as part of their commitment to promoting safe neighborhoods and building relationships with law enforcement partners and guests. This year, Target is providing face painters; and 50 goody bags, one for each of the first 50 kids who attend our National Night Out at the Food Trucks event on Wednesday, August 3. For more information about Target, visit http://www.target.com/.

Other invited guests include a K-9 drug-sniffing Police Dog and officer, an elder abuse volunteer from the police department, and other community leaders.

For those of you who are not yet part of a Neigbhorhood Watch group, I’ll have information available for you.



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