We love Red Tricycle, one of the best resources for parents to find kids’ activities in New York, San Francisco, Seattle, Los Angeles and Chicago . We are so thankful to our many supporters, it is with your continued belief in our products that we are in the running for the Red Tricycle 2012 Totally Awesome Award for Chic-est Kids Accessories!!! THANK YOU!
We’ve partnered with our friends at Red Tricycle and giving away $250 Cute Beltz Gift Card to celebrate the new school year! Enter Now: http://www.redtri.com/win-a-250-cute-beltz-gift-card. What kid doesn’t need belts??? Especially if they wear school uniforms, it is a requirement. Kids who are sporting fresh new duds will get a kick out of accessorizing with our Cute Beltz’s. For the moms who are raising young men, belts are a must! No saggy pants! Cute Beltz offers D-ring and easy to use Velcro belts for kids up to 9 years old. This is a great opportunity to be able to shop throughout the year, so get in on this fabulous giveaway now, Good luck!
Here’s to the start of a great school year! – Cute Beltz
I love a good source for events in NYC and Red Tricycle has not disappointed yet, since their debut. If you haven’t had a chance checkout their schedule of events, there are some fun family events going on this week —> New York Events. If your kids are big Laurie Berkner Band fans, there is a show on Saturday, May 19th. My girls love her, I am going to try to surprise them with tickets!!!
If you are not in the NYC area, they also have events listed for the following cities.
Red Tricycle, a digital city guide for parents, launched it’s first-ever New York City community and newsletter edition this week. I was honored to be in attendance at the launch party which was hosted at the The Campbell Apartment with the movers and shakers of NYC. Below you will see some of the phenomenal bloggers I had a chance to meet. Also, The Baby Guy and Dagmar Bleasdale were in the house, didn’t get a chance to formally meet them, but as you can tell, it was a who’s, who of the blog community. As a brand, it was cool to meet many I know of and speak with on Facebook and twitter.