Sunday, October 4, 2009

Clear Safety Bags giveaway - CLOSED!





UPDATE: THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED! Congratulations to Anna for winning!


Clear Safety Bags, are makers of high-quality bags, composed of - you guessed it! - clear materials.

For the security conscious among us, CSB's diverse range of bags, backpacks, totes and purses has got you covered. Or shall we say, got your stuff covered.

Consider any place where a bag check might be performed - airports obviously, schools, maybe sporting events or theme parks - wouldn't it be great to have something which just says "let me through! I'm safe!" You know it would.

And you know, I kinda like some of these designs. I mean, you could kit your kid out in Pokemon or Ben10 (isn't that what kids are into these days? Or is it still Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles?) but a clear backpack is kinda cool-looking, in a non-conformist sort of way.



So - win one! CSB are giving you your choice of either the Wisdom or Knowledge backpacks, in your choice of colour.



All you have to do to enter is leave a comment telling us in what way your life has changed with regards to security. Whatever it is, something big, something little - how has your life been impacted by the security issue? A winner will be drawn randomly.

Here's the fine print:

  • Giveaway open to US residents only
  • Giveaway closes October 19th 2009
  • To find out how to earn extra entries clear here!




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19 comments:

Mommy Tyme said...

Hi. Security has changed for me drastically in the past few months. I have a four year old son, and I am terrified for him to be anywhere out of my site. We have safety drills routinely, he knows to scream, kick, bite if a stranger comes up to him, we practice routine fire drills, we lock all doors (a family r itual each night), and we have developed a family plan for any national emergencies. I think these back packs are great for schools. We live in Decatur Illinois, so schools and violence are an issue. I wish all kids had these. I would really like to see them promoted more at the schools here, and if we win I would be happy to hand out business cards or retail informaiton about these.

Mommy Tyme said...

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Mommy Tyme said...

I think these are so great, I am promoting the contest and backpack on my blog at http://mommytymeswordsofwisdom.blogspot.com

Mommy Tyme said...

Promoting on my website at http://www.mommytyme.org/contact.html

tuliplvr said...

I follow your blog.

tuliplvr said...

I follow on Twitter/tuliplvr.

tuliplvr said...

I posted about security first but I don't see that comment here. If this is a duplicate please delete. I lock my car doors as soon as I get in my car. My house is always locked. I look to see who is around when I leave a store.

tuliplvr said...

I subscribe to rss feed.

Anna said...

I follow your blog
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I subscribe to RSS Feeder
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Anna said...

I am a facebook fan
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I got to your site through facebook
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Anna said...

I follow you on Twitter.
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Anna said...

I don't think you can have enough security. I swore I would never put a harness on my child, but we use one proudly! Safety first!
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Anna said...

RT on twitter
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jennifer57 said...

This is a great idea. With kids bring weapons into schools, etc. I think this would help with security if all kids used these.
I like the wisdom ones :)

Naddez said...

It's not enough security, nationally as well as locally.

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