Without batteries, the only way to tap into power during an emergency would be to smash open Zeus' piggy bank. Draw upon Olympian energy more easily with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of batteries at Interstate All Battery Center. This Groupon is valid at Interstate's Asheville and Waynesville locations, and in-store stock may vary.
Interstate All Battery Center's portable-power enthusiasts preside over a stock of more than 16,000 power cells, bringing light to devices such as phones, cars, and tools. Double A batteries enliven dead electronics in four-packs ($3.49) or cases of 24 ($12.99), causing remote controls to jump back to life and complete New Year's resolutions. Customers can illuminate deep woods or traverse deep cupboards with double packs of mini Maglight bulbs ($3.99) or a variety of flashlights. The prestocked 38-battery unit ($39.99) arrives ready to organize household batteries into a convenient single package, saving errant feet from slipping on roving infestations of feral D cells.
Interstate All Battery Center
In 1950, John Searcy loaded up his pickup truck with car batteries and began peddling his wares to wholesalers. Two years later, John formalized his operation and began Interstate All Battery Center, a battery retailer and service center that spans the continent from Austin to Anchorage powering cars, hearing aids, and cameras. Interstate All Battery Center charges gadgets and vehicles with more than 16,000 types of power solutions, and eases environmental taxes on the planet with a robust battery-recycling system. In a year, Interstate All Battery Center recycled 850 million pounds of batteries—just enough energy to grant immortality to one Furby.