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RoadBoost XL Power Bank jump starts your car in an emergency, provides juice for your mobile devices and doubles as a flashlight

Minneapolis, MN – April 7, 2015 –- Bracketron, an industry leader in universal mounts and accessories for mobile devices, introduces Road Boost XL, a portable 3-in-1 emergency jump-start power bank for your vehicle. Just in time for summer road trips, this small device comes with jumper cables and doubles as a flashlight and SOS signaler to ensure you’re prepared for any emergency situation.

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key largoLooking to get away, but don’t have either the time or budget to take a full week-long vacation to some far-flung destination? In our Weekend Road Trip series, we’ll show you how to get away from home without breaking the bank…or having to buy a plane ticket.

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road tripFrom the Griswold family in National Lampoon’s Vacation to Kermit the Frog in the Muppet Movie, road trips are a rite of passage for bringing families and friends together and opening their eyes to the great American landscape.

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Bracketron offers safe driving tips and 15% off select hands-free mobile device mounts to #supportsafedriving in April and beyond

Minneapolis, MN – April 10, 2014 – Bracketron, a leader in universal mounting solutions and accessories for mobile devices, recognizes Distracted Driving Awareness month by offering safe driving tips and discounts on their popular line of in-vehicle mounts that allow you to stay safely connected on the road. Their best-selling Mi-T Grip, MobileDock Dash Mount, Universal Grip-iT Windshield Mount and Universal USB PowerDock Pro Flex and all other hands-free Safe Driver Approved mounts will be offered at 15 percent off their regular price for the entire month of April.

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palm springsLooking to get away, but don’t have either the time or budget to take a full week-long vacation to some far-flung destination? In our Weekend Road Trip series, we’ll show you how to get away from home without breaking the bank…or having to buy a plane ticket.

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If you’ve never taken a road trip, you’re truly missing out. Train travel in the U.S. isn’t as prolific as it is overseas, so road trips are one of the best ways to see the country and how diverse its cultures and landscapes really are. Technology has surely changed the way we road trip today; long gone are the days when you had to spend hours highlighting your route on a map ahead of time. Or wondering where the next gas station will pop up. Or what to do when construction forces you off your course. Today, those mobile devices we carry around in our pockets do all the work for us. Here are the quintessential apps that will make your next road trip go as smoothly as possible.

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The greatest part about taking a road trip, aside from getting a deeper understanding and feel for the diversity of the U.S., both in culture and landscape, are the unique attractions you can visit during your drive. But sometimes those attractions are a little…out there. These are some of our favorite strange roadside attractions that are totally worth stopping by for a looksee.

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Opting to forego boarding a plane for your next trip in lieu of driving has its ups and downs. Sure, getting to your destination is going to take you a heck of a lot longer, but you won’t have to deal with crowded airport security and chances are, you’re going to save a ton of money. But, perhaps the best part of a well-planned road trip is getting to experience all of the beautiful sights along the way. This oftentimes means taking a bit of a longer route to your final destination but, if you’re not in a rush, these scenic road trips will help make your journey that much more enjoyable.

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Route 66

Indisputably the most iconic—and historic—U.S. drive, the 2,400-mile stretch of road runs between Los Angeles and Chicago, and passes through eight states: California, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, and Illinois. The roadway was flooded with hopeful families in the wake of the infamous Dust Bowl, which displaced countless numbers of people that flocked to California in search of employment. Today, though not a main route, it remains a favorite drive for road trippers. It is, after all, where the concept of road tripping was born.

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