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Win a Large Lay N Go

 

Play for Hours- Clean up in Seconds! Mom’s Dream Come True!

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Starts like this above. Then, when it’s time to clean up, it ends up like this below!

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Mom Blog Society, Mom Does Reviews, Route 249, Geeky Gamer Mom and Jackie’s Reviews are joining together to bring you a fun giveaway for this Lay-N-Go. If you are ready to get organized in the New Year, the Lay-n-Go will help!

Lay-n-Go (patent pending) is a 5 foot diameter activity mat that converts into an easily transportable shoulder satchel allowing for quick and effortless clean-up of small toy pieces. Toy collections used on the Lay-n-Go surface are easily spread out (no dumping needed) for hours of fun. Once playtime is over, the drawstring is pulled and the activity mat is converted back into a completely sealed soft storage bag. Lay-n-Go is a smart and easy activity mat, cleanup, storage and carry-all solution in one.

  • Shell: 420 Denier Poly to last for generations
  • Lining: 100% Nylon which is confortable to play on for hours yet provides a tough and water repellent wipeable surface
  • Available in blue, green or pink nylon
  • Four mesh 7”x 6” pockets on the playside surface provide a great way to stash and organize the most valued mini-figures or extra special pieces
  • Durable nylon cord and cord lock provide an easy opening and closing system which keeps toys securely inside
  • A velcroed front storage pocket provides a place to stow the drawstring when closing or carrying the bag
  • Wide nylon shoulder strap adds both comfort and convenience for carrying

To read our reviews go here:

Mom Blog Society Review

Geeky Gamer Mom’s Review

Mom Does Review’s Review

One lucky winner will receive a LARGE Lay N Go, thanks to our sponsor Lay-N-Go!
This Giveaway is open to US residents only. Void where prohibited by law.
Giveaway ends 1/10 at 1159p
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3 Comments
  • Judy Gregory
    January 10, 2013 at 6:02 pm

    all the stuffed animals

  • erica
    January 9, 2013 at 4:12 am

    I woudl use this to keep the playroom clean!

  • vanessa richard
    January 7, 2013 at 4:04 am

    stuffed animals or legos my son has millions of both

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