WIN – SafetyTat For Kids

After years of my kids wearing and losing ID bracelets I have come across a simple solution to ID’ing my kids while out and about with SafetyTat’s.

It can happen anywhere–at an amusement park, zoo, school field trip, or even your local shopping mall. Your attention shifts for a moment, and suddenly your child or loved one has wandered out of sight.

So put the odds in your favor for a safe return, with SafetyTat. SafetyTat is a fun and colorful kids temporary safety tattoo. We have two distinct types of child id temporary tattoos: “Original” which are customized by us with your mobile phone number and applied with water or “Quick Stick Write-on!” which are peel-and-stick tattoos shipped blank so you can write in your mobile number with the provided tattoo marking pen. When applied to the arm of your child or loved one, SafetyTat provides a highly visible form of identification that stays in place even when wet!

DEAL – 24/7 MOMS will enjoy 10% off any order of $15 or more. Coupon good 12/7 through 12/27, 2009 at the SafetyTat web site.. Use coupon code 247Moms at checkout ( case sensitive)

WIN: 24/7 MOMS and SafetyTat are giving away to 3 winners one pack of their 3pk Quick Stick Write-On! for Boy, Girl, or Multi – winners choice!

Enter for your chance to win:

1. Become a 24/7 MOMS Subscriber Enter your email address below then leave a comment that you subscribed along with your email address.

2. If you are already a subscriber just leave a comment that you are a subscriber along with your email address.

US entries only and one entry per person. Winner will be chosen on December 27th.

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29 Responses

  1. I am a subscriber!
    This would be the PERFECT gift for my young autistic cousin. He has a tendency to wander off to everyones' great fear. He also has an extreme love for temporary tattoos… anybody see a plan? ūüėČ
    melababy at hotmail

  2. Already a subscriber
    I had a very scary experience with my oldest when he was two at the annual fair. I was helping to work a kids booth. He was playing with the toys. I turned around, and he was gone. Turned out he had crossed through crowds of people to go back to the petting zoo. Those were 3 (seemed like an eternity) of the scariest minutes of my life! What a great idea! I would love these for my 15 mo. old now.

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