Tonight!!!! I’m a panelist for a Twitter Party for Bull Market Toys in Exton, Pennsylvania. Since I am both a special needs blogger and frugal lifestyle blogger, I know how hard it is to find toys that are good price, great quality and have staying power. And to be honest, with all the hype I’m seeing lately about chemicals like BCPs and stuff, plus trying to leave the planet a better place for my kids, I’m getting really concerned about environmental damage. The number of parents seeking thoughtful, well-constructed, safe toys is growing each day. Bull Market Toys recognized this and wants our help in determining which toys to carry in 2013!
They already have a huge selection of Melissa and Doug toys, tools, and games, but they are eager to identify more items to foster creativity in our children. Inspired by some of the most popular shops on Etsy, they are actively working with these brands to bring real toys to the market in their popular shop. If you haven’t shopped at Bull Market Toys before, you’ll love that it combines the fantastic customer service of a small business with the convenience of an online shop.
Today- January 29th at 9 PM EST. We are giving away three giftcards to Bull Market Toys and announcing a coupon code for 15% off.
Join us, with our friends @GreenChildMag from Green Child Magazine to talk about #RealToys during our twitter party.
When: Tuesday 1/29/13
Time: 9 PM EST
Where: Use the hashtag #realtoys to participate.
Prizes: Three gift cards valued at $25, $30, and $50 for Bull Market Toys (available for use online or in store). Make sure to follow your hosts @ecoincognito, @diaperedknights, and @bullmarkettoys so that you don’t miss any prize questions!
Rules: You must be 18 or older to participate and win prizes. You must DM (Direct Message) the hosts per the instructions in the twitter party within 24 hours should you be chosen for a prize. US Residents Only.
If this is your first twitter party, don’t be afraid. It is quite easy to join and you will catch on quickly from following the lead of other participants. You can go here to a video on how to use twitter (keep in mind it is a general video and you will need to use our hashtag and hosts to participate). You can also check out this video on using TweetGrid to join a twitter party (the audio is not great, but it gives a good overview!).