I have always been a huge proponent of car seat safety. It bugs me to NO END to see a child bouncing around in the back of a car. Or when helping someone to their car I see that their child’s carseat is not correctly positioned, or literally hanging on by a thread. There is no excuse for that. The safety of the child should be #1 when commuting. This goes for booster seats as well. The child needs to be correctly restrained in the seat. Join me this Friday for a Twitter party with SeatSnug where you can win prizes and learn more about booster seat safety.
Date: Friday, October 22, 2010
Time: 7pm Central
Where: On Twitter of course! Join us on TweetGrid
What is SeatSnug?
SeatSnug is a product that makes sure that your little ones are fastened securely and correctly in their booster seats. It’s a known fact that children are at high risk for injury (or worse) due to improperly fastened seatbelts. SeatSnug allows the lap belt to be lightly tightened around a child’s hips while riding in a vehicle. This prevents slack and insures the child rides safe.
The Twitter Party Prizes
Lucky Twitter party attendees can win some great things. SeatSnug is very generously giving away
(2) $50 gift cards to Walmart or Target (your choice!)
How to Participate and Win
3. Use TweetGrid to join us (a customized TweetGrid URL will be sent out before the party). Follow hashtag #seatsnug.
4. RSVP below by filling out this form*:
(RSVP’s are closed!)
*Winners will be validated to make sure that all steps were followed before prizes are awarded! Good luck!