New Orleans Mom’s Holiday Helper Event

Can you believe there are only 90 days until Christmas?  Have you started shopping yet?  If you are anything like me, I am starting to make lists but refuse to start buying until after Thanksgiving! Wouldn’t it be nice to know what the latest trends will be this holiday season before you set foot in the store?

I am excited to announce that I will be hosting a “Mom’s Holiday Helper Event” in partnership with two other New Orleans based Mom bloggers, Renee from What Mommies Need and Linzy from Crawfish Tales to help you do just that!  Together, we will host an invite-only live event here in New Orleans to showcase the latest trends, the hottest toys, the warmest fashions and the coolest electronics to a room full of 100 social media influencers and female consumers.

On November 9, 2012 from 7-9pm at the Kenner City Park Pavilion, attendees will get the chance to see and test products before they decide to put them on their holiday shopping list.  Enjoy a Mom’s Night Out and take home a few freebies, too!  And because it’s always better to give than to receive, we would love attendees to bring one new toy to the event which will be donated to the charity initiative “Toys for Tots.”

Kenner City Park Pavilion

If you are interested in having your product presented at the “Mom’s Holiday Helper Event” please submit a query for more information on sponsorship packages.  If you are interested in attending this invite-only event, please fill out this form so we can collect your email address!  Formal invites will be sent via email closer to the event.

Hope to see you there!

3 thoughts on “New Orleans Mom’s Holiday Helper Event”

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  2. Sorry I can’t attend the event, but I certainly would buy Christmas cards with that logo!! It is wonderful….anybody making cards?? send me the link and I will purchase today!

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