Please join us for a Playskool Twitter Party to celebrate their presence at the upcoming BlogHer Conference in San Diego, California. If you’re attending BlogHer next month, be sure to stop by booth #201 in the BlogHer exhibitor hall and take some time to play! There will be plenty of games and giveaways at the Playskool booth, which will feature beloved brands like Mr. Potato Head and Sesame Street and also new brands like Poppin’ Park and Playskool Heroes. BlogHer attendees will also get a first look at the new Playskool products coming out for fall as well as a sneak peek of this holiday’s hot toys.
Ready to play? Then we’ll see you at…
Playskool Take Time to Play at BlogHer Twitter Party
When: Thursday, July 28 at 9:00 p.m. ET
Where: The #Playskool hashtag on Twitter
How: You must follow @Playskool and @ResourcefulMom to participate. Also, be sure to use the #Playskool hashtag to participate in the party, and you may also wish to add the #BlogHer11 tag to celebrate the Playskool brand’s fun booth!
Don’t forget to check out Playskool on Facebook and share your play tips with the community: Facebook.com/Playskool.
Parents can also visit the Playskool Facebook page or Playskool.com for tips and ideas on how to take time to play at home with your kids: http://www.hasbro.com/playskool/en_US/Take-Time-To-Play.cfm
While @Playskool hopes to see many of you at BlogHer, they’re bringing the fun home now by awarding the following prizes randomly to those participating in the party.
This giveaway is open only to those with a non-P.O. box U.S. address.
Planning on attending the #Playskool Twitter Party? Let us know by adding your Twitter name and URL below. (ex. @ResourcefulMom, http://twitter.com/ResourcefulMom) RSVP is not required in order to participate.
Since 1928, PLAYSKOOL, the infant/preschool toy division of Hasbro, Inc. (NYSE: HAS), has provided toys that help infants, toddlers and preschoolers develop and learn as they play. PLAYSKOOL believes that play is the first and most important building block for all learning, and encourages parents and grandparents to play with their children everyday.