1. Does the child sit all the way back
against the auto seat?
2. Do the child’s knees bend comfortably
at the edge of the auto seat?
3. Does the belt cross the shoulder
between the neck and arm?
4. Is the lap belt as low as possible, touching the thighs?
5. Can the child stay seated like this for
the whole trip?
If you answered no to any of these questions, your child needs a booster seat to make
both the shoulder belt and the lap belt fit correctly for the best crash protection. Your child
will be more comfortable, too! (Source: www.
I received a voice-mail message the other
day from Costco. They were calling to tell me
of a cautionary recall on [Nantucket Blend].
I’ve been involved in recalls before, but the
information comes from TV reports, newspaper articles or perhaps a letter or notice in the
mail. But a phone call? Never! What Costco
did was to go the extra mile. That is amazing.
It is way above and beyond the call of duty.
So they not only have a good business
model, they have a good consumer protection
model as well. Another good reason to shop at
Costco—not that I needed one.
Thank you, Costco!
Note: For more information on the Nantucket
Blend recall, visit Costco.com and enter “recalls”
in the Search box.
If you have recently moved or changed your
phone number, please be sure to update your contact information at the membership counter. This
way Costco can reach you in case of a product
recall or other important notice. Costco does not
sell, rent, share or disclose personal information
to third parties without members’ prior
Sunny side of the news
All I can say is thank you for providing a
breath of economic fresh air.
It was so enjoyable to finally read a magazine that did not have the bad news about the
economy on every other page!
Yes, our country is experiencing rough
times. That we can’t deny. But a positive outlook gets people through many things, and
that is what we need now.
Thanks to The Costco Connection for a
glass half full!
Crystal Lake, Illinois