Thursday, May 23, 2013

SafetyTat Review & Giveaway- CLOSED

Two times this month, I have felt that moment of "parent panic". You know the panic where your child is in a public place and although I didn't take my eyes off of her, my eyes just couldn't find her. Once at our local Rooster Days festival here in Broken Arrow and then again along with five of her classmates at her Kindergarten field trip to the Tulsa Zoo. Thankfully my "parent panic" lasted as long as a blink of an eye, but what if truly one of those children had wandered off from my watch. Yes, these six year olds know their phone numbers, but in a moment of being scared and separated from their parent/leader the chances of them remembering is slim. What about younger children? What if that "just in case" happened?

SafetyTat  "The Tat That Brings Kids Back!"  The company specializes in temporary tattoos which display a parent/caregivers mobile phone number, helping the parent and child to quickly be reunited if separated. Founder Michele Welsh, Mom of three (twins + plus one) is proud to be called a "Mompreneur" and has personally designed, patented and marketed this line of super convenient child safety products. Michele created these products to make her life measurably less stressful, and coincidentally discovered a much needed new market segment.

The story of their company, products, press and customer testimonials are found here on their website.

SafetyTat can give a parent, teacher or care giver peace of mind when a child is off to birthday parties, school field trips, play dates and more!

Believe me when I tell you this,  my daughter's teacher will be getting these for her class on the first day of first grade. Once the SafetyTat is applied to the skin, which requires NO water, a parent/teacher writes their mobile number on it. The Quick Stick Write-On's that we have are peel and stick. They are made of super-durable material and can last for for up to a week. Removal is as easy as a band-aid, without the ouch!

I have teamed up with SafetyTat to give one of my readers their very own packet of the Quick Stick Write-On! Multi 3-pack tattoos. In addition, my readers will receive 10% off an order of $15 or more by using the code The4Crows. The coupon code is good now through June 5, 2013, so hurry and get your order in.

Entry for this giveaway is simple. Tell me in a blog comment about a "parent panic" moment you had, then let me know you did it on the easy Rafflecopter form. Additional entries are available. Open to U.S. and Canada.

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Beth Zimmerman said...

That's an awesome product!

Kayla Rice said...

Yes this sounds great. I have felt that awful feeling before. I was at the mall with my mom and my son. She thought I had him and I thought she did. It was the worst feeling ever but we found him fast. Thank you for another great review.

Jennifer W said...

What a wonderful idea! My kids are old enough now that they know my phone # if we get separated but with a new child in our future these could come in handy. The worst time for me was one year at Korea camp, I lost Kylan at the pool among all of that gorgeous black shiny hair he was lost in a sea of black hair. Typically I can spot my kiddos in a crowd since they are Asian and their hair tends to stand out among all the blondes, brunettes and red heads in OK.

Angie B. said...

I've had a few mini-scares. One time we were grocery shopping at Walmart. My hubby and I always go together and my youngest son and the baby go with us. Well my youngest son is 3, he follows along normally very well. Well my hubby took off ahead of us. I was glancing down at my list and lost sight of my son. I was calling him and didn't hear him answer me. When we turned down one isle he kept going straight. thankfully he didn't get too far and a lady heard me calling him then saw me start scanning and she said "Is that him" and pointed down the other isle. It's enough to make you realize how fast little ones can get out of your line of site if they want to