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Master Lock Makes Safety and Security Picture Perfect for Back-to-School

Company's "Photo Hunt Challenge" Online Game Offers Back-to-School Prizes and Recommended Security Items for the 2014-2015 School Year

MILWAUKEE, WI -- (Marketwired) -- 07/14/14 -- Even though summer is in full swing, it's not too early to start preparing for the upcoming school year. Master Lock is dialing up back-to-school shopping fun for students and parents with a new interactive game, "Master Lock Photo Hunt Challenge." Starting today, participants can go to www.MasterLockPhotoHunt.com for a chance to win back-to-school security items and create a Master Lock shopping wish list. Players can add any of the Master Lock products they see while playing the game to their wish list and email it to mom or dad for easy back-to-school shopping.

"Since many students now have their cell phones, laptops, tablets and other personal belongings with them at school, it's more important than ever to have the products needed to keep these items secure," said Rebecca Smith, vice president, consumer business for Master Lock. "Our Photo Hunt Challenge is a great way to view the many products we offer to keep students and their belongings safe while having a chance to win fun Master Lock products and other cool prizes."

Beginning today through September 7, players can visit www.MasterLockPhotoHunt.com for the chance to win great prizes. Participants will be shown two similar back-to-school images. Simply find and click on the five differences in the photos before time runs out. Finding all differences will unlock the next photo board with the potential to earn up to two sweepstakes entries for each play. In addition, by sharing the Master Lock Photo Hunt Challenge on Twitter, entrants are able to earn an additional entry per day. One lucky grand prize winner will win a Samsung Smart Media Center Package that includes a 60" HD 1080p Smart LED HDTV. There are 65 total chances to win, which includes 1 grand prize, 8 weekly prizes, and 56 daily instant win prizes. Additional prize information and official rules can be found on www.MasterLockPhotoHunt.com

To ensure that students are off to a safe school year, Master Lock is highlighting items that are sure to keep belongings secure:

1500eXD dialSpeed™ Digital Combination Padlock - Don't worry about forgetting your combination again with this high-tech digital lock featuring a directional keypad. It offers fast entry, high security technology, and easy-to-recall resettable personalized codes. Each lock is preprogrammed with a permanent Backup Master code that users can retrieve online from www.MasterLockVault.com. The dialSpeed Digital Combination Padlock retails for $15.99.

1500iD Speed Dial™ Set-Your-Own Combination Lock - Great for students who prefer a combination based on directional movements, the innovative Speed Dial mechanical lock offers speed and ease of use and allows users to create their own up/down/left/right pattern to serve as the lock's code. The Speed Dial retails for $8.99.

1590D Precision Dial™ - Students who are familiar with the traditional rotary dial interface will love the Precision Dial. It offers a set-your-own combination, allowing students to create a memorable code using numbers and letters, and retails for $7.99.

1535D and 1535DWD Set-Your-Own Combination Locks - These combination locks are ideal for students who prefer to create combinations in the form of words, initials, acronyms, or numbers. These Set-Your-Own Combination Locks offer more than 10,000 combinations, are easy to set and reset, and retail for $7.99.

2120D and 2120DWD Set-Your-Own Combination SafeSpace™ Laptop Computer Locks - These Laptop Computer Locks offer more than 10,000 numeric or alpha combination possibilities and feature a strong self-coiling cable with durable metal construction. They retail for $19.99.

5900D SafeSpace™ - The SafeSpace protects smart phones, cash, credit cards, keys, or any other personal belongings while socializing or on the go. With a foam-lined interior for extra protection, the SafeSpace features an integrated cable that can be securely anchored to a fixed object, and retails for $18.99.

Master Lock Vault - To protect information students use online and help them remember their multiple passwords, combinations and other private data, the Master Lock Vault is a useful resource. The Vault is a free digital safe deposit box protected by industry-leading security, offering convenient storage of passwords, combinations, and digital documents. With only one password required, students can enjoy 24/7 access via a smart phone app, or at www.MasterLockVault.com.

Locks can be purchased at a variety of retailers and e-tailers nationwide, with some models available through www.MasterLock.com.

For more information about the sweepstakes and contest, additional safety tips, and more product recommendations, visit the Master Lock website at www.MasterLock.com or visit www.MasterLockPhotoHunt.com

About the Sweepstakes
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Entry into the Master Lock Photo Hunt Challenge is open to permanent lawful residents of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia ("D.C.") and Canada, EXCLUDING Quebec, who are 13 years or older at time of entry (except for residents of Maine, who must be at least 18 years or older at time of entry to enter). Skill testing required for Canadian sweepstakes winners. Sweepstakes begins July 14, 2014 at 7:00:01 a.m. Central Daylight Time and ends September 7, 2014 at 11:59:59 p.m. CDT. Entrants can access http://www.MasterLockPhotoHunt.com and follow the on-screen instructions to enter. For complete rules, go to http://www.MasterLockPhotoHunt.com. Sponsor: Master Lock Company LLC, 137 W. Forest Hill Avenue, Oak Creek, WI 53154. This Sweepstakes is in no way sponsored, administered, endorsed or associated with Facebook or Twitter.

About Master Lock
The Master Lock Company LLC is recognized around the world as the authentic, enduring name in padlocks and security products. Master Lock Company offers a broad range of innovative security and safety solutions for consumer, commercial, and industrial end users. Master Lock Company LLC is an operating unit of Fortune Brands Home & Security, Inc., a leading consumer brands company. Headquartered in Deerfield, Ill., Fortune Brands Home & Security, Inc. (NYSE: FBHS) is included in the S&P MidCap 400 Index. For more information about Master Lock, visit http://www.MasterLock.com

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