Duracell Automotive Batteries to Power 2010 Numerals at Times Square

Duracell Automotive Batteries to Power 2010 Numerals at Times Square

For the second consecutive year, Duracell automotive batteries, made by East Penn, are powering a special project at Times Square, New York City. At midnight on New Year's Eve, 40 of these batteries will provide extreme power to the hundreds of light bulbs that illuminate the 2010 numerals.

For the second consecutive year, Duracell automotive batteries, made by East Penn, are powering a special project at Times Square, New York City. At midnight on New Year’s Eve, 40 of these batteries will provide extreme power to the hundreds of light bulbs that illuminate the 2010 numerals. When the world-famous Ball drops, the numerals will stay lit throughout the broadcast coverage of the event and well into the New Year.

Human power is actually charging these automotive Duracell batteries to light the 2010 numerals. People are pedaling “Power Rovers” near Times Square which are hooked directly to the batteries. The battery’s sophisticated AGM design recharges more efficiently, making the most out of human power or any other power put into the battery. On the forefront of technology, these batteries provide optimized power solutions synonymous with Duracell’s other Smart Power products. Once fully charged and closer to New Year’s, the batteries will be moved to the spot where they provide the esteemed service of lighting the 2010 numerals.

The Duracell AGM batteries that will power the 2010 numerals are made exclusively for your vehicle. The same name trusted to power the world’s portable electronics for more than 40 years is now available for your car and all of its electronics. With 2x dependability and durability, these batteries provide extreme AGM power to safely start the engine and run all the electronics installed or plugged into the vehicle.

 For more product information, visit www.driveduracell.com.

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