>> Friday, August 20, 2010
Today, I'd like to introduce you to Citizenpip reusable, waste-free lunch gear. As you know, doing what I can to protect our environment is important to me and I am totally committed to a waste free lunch! The folks at Citizenpip make this easy with some super cute lunch kits and as well as all the separate options to use if you already have a lunch bag.
Citizenpip was created by a mom of three who found herself packing and tossing out a few too many plastic bags. She made it her goal to encourage more families to ditch the disposables and go reusable. At Citizenpip®, waste-free lunces goes hand in hand with muck-free - no lead, BPA, or phthalates. After all, who wants to worry about chemicals leaching into their food?
So I was super, duper excited to be able to try a Citizenpip waste free lunch starter kit for my son Leo. His sister just started school and he has been watching her get all equipped with lots of goodies so it was really nice to be able to give him his own waste free lunchbox. He was so excited! I let him choose and right away he pointed as the skull! I asked him, "You like the skull one?" "Yes," he declared, "because I like pirates!" Not only will we be ready when he starts school soon enough, but we can get lots of use out of it in the mean time to pack his snacks in when we are on the go. We love our Citizenpip Starter Kit!
What's to love about Citizenpip waste free lunch Starter Kit? Well, let me tell you:
* waste-free: eliminates waste from disposable food wrappers, baggies,
plastic utensils, paper napkins, etc.
* muck-free: tested by a CPSIA certififed lab to be free of lead, BPA, and
* flexible: accommodates other containers and food items. go ahead! throw in
that banana or orange!
* practical: easy to clean, airtight, leakproof, protects food from getting
smushed, the bag interior and exterior wipe clean easily
* made for kids: fun colors, easy to open and close, perfectly sized for
snacks, lightweight and durable
* insulated to keep food cool
There's more to love too, because Citizenpip has some nice extras that I totally want! They have a great stainless steel insulated wide mouth food jar perfect for keeping foods warm or cool. Citizenpip also has bright kids cotton cloth napkins. Available as a complete lunch system or as individual items, Citizenpip products are color coordinated and sized to fit together nicely, but flexible enough to accommodate other containers and food items.
Inspired by the belief that making small changes in your daily habits can make a big impact, Citizenpip makes it fun for kids and easy for parents to ditch the disposables and go reusable!
Go ahead and get your own waste-free lunch kit or add the pieces you are missing from yours because Citizenpip has generously allowed me to offer a 10% discount to Moms Wear Your Tees Blog readers, just use coupon code MWYT10!
Citizenpip will provide one winner with a Citizenpip waste free lunch Starter Kit of choice. The Starter Kit includes, 1 insulated lunch bag, 1 stainless steel water bottle, and 4 airtight airtight food containers, a $42 value.
Giveaway Dates: August 20- September 10, 2010
How to Enter:
To enter this Giveaway, you need to do one or more of the following and post a comment below about each action you took. Each comment will count as a separate entry so your chances of winning increase but only the #1 entry is required.
1. Required: Visit Citizenpip and let me know your favorite Starter Kit Design
2. Follow Moms Wear Your Tees Blog in right margin w/ Google Friend Connect or subscribe to RSS feed and leave a comment letting me know you did so
3. Like the Moms Wear Your Tees Blog Facebook page in right margin
4. Like Citizenpip Facebook page
5. Vote for my blog as a top mommy blog by clicking here
6. Follow Citizenpip on Twitter and MWYT on Twitter
GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED! Winner selected through random.org- #162, Everyday Rambling's.
Citizenpip did provide me with the starter kit in the hopes that I would share my honest opinions. I received no monetary compensation and the opinions expressed are my own and those of my son.