Chuggington Giveaway Extravaganza!

As a Chuggington Conductor I am able to offer fun giveaways and share exciting Chuggington news with you from time to time, but this week is the biggest Chuggington week on Resourceful Mommy ever.

The first piece of important information is that October is International Walk to School Month and the Chuggers are helping keep kids safe with the “Think Safe, Ride Safe, Be Safe.”

Chuggington recently partnered with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to create “Think Safe, Ride Safe, Be Safe“, which aims to educate parents and children about all forms of transportation safety including bicycle, pedestrian, school bus and car seat safety.  In fact, you may have seen more information about this important program on Disney Junior!

It’s time for you and your little Chuggers to brush up on safety and enter to win traintastic prizes!

Giveaway 1 – New Chuggington Wooden Railway Trains

In February I shared information about the Chuggington Wooden Railway set, so I’m thrilled to introduce you to the latest Chuggers (ARV: $12.99 each) available to complement this set.  Please welcome Action Chugger, Hoot and Toot, Frostini, Chatsworth, Harrison, and Speedy McAllister. My personal favorite is Frostini with his movable side panel, but my son’s favorite is Speedy McAllister.

One Resourceful Mommy reader will win new Wooden Railway Chuggers form Learning Curve!  Keep reading to learn how to enter…

Giveaway 2 – The Chugger Championship on DVD

Even though Chuggington has been traveling around our rails for awhile now, my kids still enjoy new episodes of Chuggington as much as then they first pulled into the station.  The Chugger Championship, new on DVD from Anchor Bay Entertainment (ages 3 & up; ARV: $16.98). This DVD tells the story of the Chugger Championship, a race that all of Chuggington has been waiting for!  Join Wilson, Brewster and Koko as they set off, full-speed ahead, to win the race.

One Resourceful Mommy reader will win The Chugger Championship on DVD for their own little chugger!

Keep reading…there’s more!

Giveaway 3 – Chuggington Safety Kit and Chuggington traffic safety vest

We’ve come full circle around the track and returned to our safety roundhouse!  One reader will receive a “Think Safe, Ride Safe, Be Safe” Chuggington safety kit and vest.

That’s THREE giveaway opportunities and one very easy way to enter to qualify for all three!

To Enter to Win

Simply visit “Think Safe, Ride Safe, Be Safe” and take the safety pledge with your little chuggers then comment here. That’s it!  Honk your horns, it’s traintastically easy!

This entry will automatically enter you in all three giveaways.  Giveaways end November 11th at 11:59 p.m. ET and are open to U.S. residents.

There’s More…

As you know, the resourceful kids have the opportunity to try new Chuggington products, and we’ve got a great new product in the Chuggington line to tell you about!  We had the chance to review the new Chugger Championship Rev’n Race Deluxe Playset from TOMY (3 & up; ARV: $49.99). This set is in the Chuggington Die-Cast Engines family and allows kids to race their Chuggers by launching them on the track with a crank launcher.  My son loves race tracks and die-cast cars, so this was a welcome edition to the toy room!  I love that the crank launcher is kid powered and battery free.  The Chugger Championship Rev’n Race Deluxe Playset includes Chugger Championship Koko, and more Chugger Championship Die-Cast Engines are available to be purchased separately.  This set is huge – over 4 feet long – and includes fun features like a trophy that pops up as Koko completes her victory lap.

Watch for a chance to win this early holiday gift on FRIDAY as the featured giveaway right here on Resourceful Mommy!

Good luck!

Product was provided for review and giveaway. No additional compensation was provided and all opinions are my own. Honk your horns!

Written by: Amy

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