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



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!
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Giveaway ends 1/10 at 1159p
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  • 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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