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Three years ago our local elementary school sold yearbooks for about $13. Very few kids bought one. The next year the school made CD’s which just wasn’t the same as a real (smell-the-pages) book. This year the school is selling yearbooks for just $3 each. Still…only a few children signed up to buy one. This […]Continue reading
Remember the Twitter Charity Hat Campaign from last year? I ended up with a waiting list of nearly a year! After taking photo after photo of myself (or my kids) wearing a hat, and then promoting those photos on twitter and facebook…and blogging about each one…I needed a little break. Today – I’m BACK! I […]Continue reading
If you are not yet familiar with the Twitter Charity Hats campaign, jump over to the Mommy Perks Media Buzz page. The twitter hats are now booked through January, 2011. Click here to see who’s on the waiting list thus far! The following businesses have donated to a charity, as a part of the Twitter […]Continue reading
The Twitter Charity Hats campaign is going well. It’s been featured on various sites, on numerous facebook walls and all across twitterville 🙂 Check the Mommy Perks Media Buzz page to view some of the posts! Here are the hat posts, thus far, along with their charities of choice: Signing Families (launch hat) Kidlutions Stella […]Continue reading
The following guest post was provided by Louise – owner of Signing Families. Empowerment via Twitter I still consider myself a novice when it comes to TWITTER. I never could find a good reason why people post what they ate for breakfast, their favorite restaurants in cities I have no chance of visiting anytime soon, […]Continue reading
Suzanne, owner of The Boy’s Store, first popped into my life back in 2007. She was already advertising on the former Mommy Perks website, under previous ownership. When I become a Mommy Perks Rep, Suzanne and I chatted a few times via email. When I become co-owner of the company, we chatted a bit more. […]Continue reading