The Bumbleride team spent a part of Earth Day cleaning up one of our local beaches. We received quite a few fan photos on our Facebook page of you guys recycling, staying active and spending time with your family. Here are a few fun images that were submitted.
Earth Day 2011, April 22nd is fast approaching! How do you plan on making a contribution?
Project Bumbleride would like to offer a free reusable Project Bumbleride canvas shopping bag to Bumbleride owners who take a picture of their family doing a green activity on Earth Day and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org to be shared on our Facebook page and our blog. See contest details below.
To enter, send your photo and caption to email@example.com between Friday April 22nd and April 26th. We will then upload your photo to a Facebook album to share your helpful work with the community.
Giveaway details: Open to US and CAN only. Limit one bag per household. Photos must be submitted between April 22nd and April 26th. Shipped via USPS. Please allow 2 weeks for delivery.
Beach Cleanup Details:
On Earth Day April 22nd, Bumbleride will be hosting a beach cleanup at Ocean Beach, San Diego, CA at 1:30pm-2:30pm. Trash bags and gloves will be provided. We will start at the North side of the OB pier.
We would like to invite any local Bumbleride owners and friends to join us in cleaning up the beach!
Natural Edition will be shipping later this month and is available for pre-order from our retailers and soon our website at http://www.shop.bumbleride.com. For a retailer in your area click here, http://www.bumbleride.com/strollers/retailers.php .
The devastation in Japan is heartbreaking. Below are a few links to make any contribution you can to the Japanese Red Cross, Unicef or Save the Children. Every little bits counts.
Japanese Red Cross
Save the Children
We all love to get back to the basics and while many children’s products are still being made to be bigger and shinier, we think this simple tree swing makes us want to be kids again. The Original Tree Swing is a family owned and operated business born from the desire to create creative play for children and the young of heart. All their products are made from local reclaimed wood and natural fibers. If your child isnt into the tree swing stage yet, we recommend their Castle blocks or every bigger boys dream: the old time sling shot.
To learn more, visit The Original Tree Swing.