Friday, November 9, 2012

Celebrate the New E-commerce Site from Safety 1st, Cosco and Eddie Bauer {HUGE $400+ Custom Prize Pack Giveaway!}

Dorel Juvenile Group logo
For generations of parents and children, there are some brands that have always proven themselves. Not simply content to just offer just any baby gear, there are those that have set the standard in safety, innovation, design and value, offering award-winning car seats, strollers, play yards, high chairs, infant health and home safety products and more.

So what happens when three of the names that we all know and recognize –  Safety 1st, Cosco and Eddie Bauer Baby – are brought together by their parent company (Dorel Juvenile Group) to form a new, redesigned, user-friendly e-commerce site?

It ends up being a single, convenient, one-stop site for parents to find information, get questions answered and shop for the must-have products that will make life easier and safer for their children.

Dorel Juvenile Group

That's right, Dorel Juvenile Group has launched a redesigned website combining three of its core brands, Safety 1st, Cosco and Eddie Bauer Baby, to help enhance safety and product education for parents. Now when you head to any one of the sites, you'll easily be able to toggle between all three with only one click!

Overall, the new site maximizes the consumer experience through seamless navigation, expanded educational information and user friendly features. All of the new elements are designed to more easily educate parents on what products are best for their children and how to use them safely.

Some of the new features include:

• Compare Products: This feature allows consumers to drag and drop products into the compare box and click to see the results between them. Whether you are looking to buy infant car seats or high chairs, this option will help you make the best purchasing decision to match your needs.

• Quick Info: The Quick Info option allows consumers to see a quick overview of the product without clicking to a new page. This adds to a seamless and quick experience on the site. Simply hover over one of the products and click the Quick Info button to get information.

• Wish List: Consumers can now create a "wish list" of products. These can be stored for a later purchase, or shared with friends and family.

• Photos and Video Demos: This feature allows consumers to have a full view and tutorial on highlighted products, further aiding in the purchase decision.

• Social Media Component: The product pages as well as tools and advice pages feature sharing across social media channels. Consumers can easily post to Facebook, Twitter or Pinterest to share their favorites with friends.

So now that Dorel Juvenile Group has relaunched their sites and enhanced the social media integration, what's next? It's time to celebrate!

celebrate

In honor of this great new change, Dorel Juvenile Group will be hosting an "Ask Our Expert" event on the Safety 1st Facebook page from Tuesday, November 13 to Friday, November 16. During the event, Julie Vallese, Consumer Safety Expert with Dorel Juvenile Group, will be answering parents' questions and providing helpful advice on a different topic each day.

To interact and ask Julie questions during "Ask Our Expert," visit Safety 1st on Facebook and post questions throughout the day on the Facebook wall. Each day of the week will focus on a new product category as follows:

Tuesday, November 13: Car Seats
Wednesday, November 14: Strollers
Thursday, November 15: Home & Travel Safety
Friday, November 16: Child Care

Judy Vallese

If you have any questions about safety, correct purchasing or more, be sure to visit the Safety 1st Facebook page and ask Julie!

And, thanks to the extreme generosity of Dorel Juvenile Group, one person will win an amazing custom prize pack that will surely keep their child safe, comfortable and ready for just about anything, because...

One lucky person will win a Safety 1st prize pack of FIVE baby gear items from Dorel Juvenile Group*! Total ARV $430!

Safety 1st giveaway

*Prize Pack includes the winner's choice of one item from EACH of the categories below:

Travel safety: Car Door Sanitation Station (MSRP $9.98) OR Baby on Board Deluxe Sunscreen (MSRP $5.99)

Car seats: Chart Air 65 Convertible Car Seat – Stone Cutter  (MSRP $139.99) OR onboard 35 Air Infant Car Seat – Decatur (MSRP $169.99)

Home safety: Perfect Fit Gate (MSRP $44.99) OR ProGrade Flat Screen TV Lock (MSRP $29.99)

Infant health: Space Saver Infant Tub – Blue (MSRP $14.99) OR Sit! Booster – Green (MSRP $12.00)

Large furniture: Disney Saunter Luxe Travel System – Bambi  (MSRP $189.99) OR Disney CareCenter Play Yard – Bambi (MSRP $119.99)

(Enter with the Rafflecopter form below. If you have any questions or problems entering, there is a video tutorial found here that can help.)

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A big thank you to Dorel Juvenile Group for providing this amazing prize package for one lucky giveaway winner. The opinions shared are my own and honest and if you really need to see more, click here to see how I roll.

143 comments:

Leanne said...

I always recommend a nursing cover - that thing saved my life

Jennifer said...

a boppy!

Daphne Turner said...

an "instant seat" - cloth carrier which ties onto any chair and holds baby securely.

Valerie said...

I would recommend the Boppy. Made feeding time so much easier and it works for tummy time too!

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debijackson said...

baby breeaze and the boppy debbie jackson
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J @ IHeart-Motherhood said...

I too loved the Boppy Pillow, A Floor Swing & A Convertible Car Seat :)

Christine Jensen said...

My best reccomendation is to create a baby changing station when you spend the most time. I fill a basket with diapers, wipes, and changing pads (I loved the waterproof bassinet pads you can buy at Target, they work really well and can go in the laundry) and find a place I can hide it away, but pull out when I need to change a diaper. It will get old walking to baby's room for every change.

Christina said...

A chicco carseat travel system. It truly is the best!

sarah79harding said...

It was so nice having the boppy with my son didn't have it with my daughter 12 years ago.

latanya t said...

baby gates when they first start walking.

~ Noelle said...

for me, it was the travel system... the stroller was great for walks... and the carrier works so easy running errands...

Sarah Coulsey said...

Car sunscreens. My boys hate sun in their eyes, and child proof locks for your doors in the house. Without those on my outdoor doors, my 3 year old would be all over the place.

June Isbel said...

I would recomend a nursing cover

June Isbel said...

I would recomend a nursing cover

June Isbel said...

I would recomend a nursing cover

June Isbel said...

I would recomend a nursing cover

wigget said...

a sturdy and easy-to-use and clean car seat

Wild N Mild $$$ said...

I'd suggest the Baby Einstein Musical Motion Activity Jumper.

Jennifer Rote
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mkjmc said...

A moving musical mobile~

Laura Love said...

The item I would recommend would be a breast pump, especially if you are planning to return to work.
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mummytotwoboys said...

The number one item I would recommend is a Boppy Pillow!

lisamercy said...

the boppy and also a nursing cover!
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Megan said...

The Ergo.

Whitney L. said...

A good stroller you will use it for a long time!

Bekah Kuczenski said...

I would recommend a stroller, a good car seat, and a swing :)

Danielle Davis/Grady said...

Definitely a good swing! :)
Thank you!
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Theirmommy2722 said...

1. A very safe car seat
2.a Boppy! Gotta have a Boppy!
3.Onsies, they are constantly needing to be changed!

fancygrlnancy said...

A boppy would have to be the #1 item for me..
(Nancy Partin)

Stacy's Lame Blog said...

The washable, take anywhere changing pads! they are life saver!

Sonya said...

I always recommend a swing. sonyadmorris@gmail.com

delaney's mom said...

a pack n play! we use ours a lot.

Mary Casper said...

I would recommend electrical outlet covers
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Betsy said...

A boppy pillow is a must have!

Kathy said...

The convertible stroller is awesome.

SueZH said...

I recommend baby gates. Actuallt I would recommend a play pen but they don't make them anymore.

AStarrA said...

Good old Boppy :)

Melissa R said...

I would recomend the bumbo and the boppy
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Chelsea said...

ALWAYS a nursing cover... they come in handy!

KJ Skib said...

A pack and play! It is so great for traveling!!!

Natalie FInch said...

Of course the appropriate carseat for their age/weight and then also outlet covers!

Natalie FInch said...

Of course the appropriate carseat for their age/weight and then also outlet covers!

Randi said...

I would definitely recommend not skimping on the car seat. A high quality car seat is worth every penny in case of an accident.

Amo said...

A boppy and a baby swing! Sometimes you've got to put the baby down in a swing so you can get a few things done! :)

Natalie U. said...

My recommendation is a mini gym for infants because it keeps them engaged, especially is its musical
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jlmk said...

I think a carrier is the best thing you can have.

Colleen Boudreau said...

a swing.

Cher said...

baby swing!

Kayla said...

We love our pack n play! :)

Alex Liz R. said...

Get a great breastfeeding pillow!

sweepmom said...

I would highly recommend a travel system (infant car seat/stroller).

Greene Linda said...

I would highly recommend the bobby.

Space Monkey said...

A baby swing is a MUST.. how many times is the swing the ONLY thing that soothes a fussy baby????? And a GOOD stroller, one with a handle that is HIGH enough to not give you a backache from pushing it... two of the most important things to get.

ivy arrington said...

For us it was a travel bassinet. we went out alot and instead of keeping the baby in her carseat 24 7 we used the bassinet when going out to eat, visiting friend, at the park, ect.

Growl Tiger said...

I recommend the rock n play sleeper

kyonac1 said...

I would recommend a pack n play.
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Narda said...

Absolutely recommend a bath tub. Babies are so slippery when you bathe them.

Ken Ohl said...

Baby Changer

B. Wilson said...

We love the jumperoo. Like, a ton.

BeckyM said...

Pack and Play!
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gypsypayday said...

The bobby is a can't live without must have

Kim Hardy said...

a portable swing

Carrie Phelps said...

I would highly recommend a very good car seat!

Anonymous said...

a swing!
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kellyr78 said...

I would recommend a Jumparoo.. it provides a lot of entertainment for baby
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Jenny Q said...

I love the Disney Saunter Luxe Travel System – Bambi because it is so convenient to move a sleeping baby to the car and to then doing errands

Brittany said...

A feeding pillow and a swing!

Brenda Callahan said...

swing was my salvation

star95011 said...

a comfy rocking chair

*Mirage* said...

I always rave to new mamas about the products from Earth Mama Angel Baby. I am in love with their products and they have amazing customer relations... I'm on their Facebook page often and they are so sweet! To be honest there are a few of their products that if I had to give birth without, I would have me a mama-sized temper tantrum!

kim burnett said...

I'd recommend the boppy, its great

Abigail Thomson said...

A boppy, swing, a really good diaper bag and stylish it's your new purse.

wildcat32 said...

I would recommend a baby gate.

ReviewsSheROTE Pamela R said...

a great car seat and a pack and play.

Amanda, RD-The Nutritionist Reviews said...

Not sure since I do not have a baby yet

Jen said...

I agree with a few other moms...the Boppy!

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Kristy Thiel said...

I have to agree with the boppy as well. It was such a comfortable thing to use with nursing my daughter!

Karen said...

Absolutely a Boppy...couldn't have lived without it !!

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Tabathia said...

A stroller for when you want to be on the go and you need both hands to get things done on the go

tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

Domestic Diva said...

a moby wrap -- they're fantastic.

Selinda said...

A bouncy chair so you can get both hands free for a moment!

Thanks,

selinda_mccumbers at yahoo.com

Maria Ivey said...

I recommend the My Brest Friend nursing pillow. I have used it for both my girls and I could not have nursed those early weeks without it.

Cserafini said...

I would recommend a rocker napper!

jessica said...

id recommend a pack n play

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Priscilla Benavides said...

A play yard and offcourse infant seat!
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Laura Jacobson said...

I would say a good swing!

Nikki Elkins said...

I recommend a really good quality swing

vickie schlicher said...

I would have them buy this:Chart Air 65 Convertible Car Seat – Stone Cutter

michelle r said...

I really like the playtex drop in bottles.

Laura Grace Andry said...

I would highly reccomend a baby wearing device with back support. I use mine all the time and it is a blessing on those days when little ones just NEED to snuggle.

ellie said...

Definitely a swing!

Anonymous said...

I would recommend a baby carrier! I still use one for my 13-month old!

Trudy
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Helen Keeler said...

a car seat
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Betty Wojnar said...

breast pump

Crystal said...

Hands free pumping bra, for sure!

Anonymous said...

Definitely a swing and a baby gate if you have stairs.

Jenny Stanek said...

Absolutely a swing, it'll be a lifesaver for you. Baby will be happy and get some sleep!

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Tarah said...

The Itzbeen timer, it really helps your scrambled mommy brain remember the last feeding, diaper change, nap and breast fed from!

Tarah
livinglifeinmotion[at]gmail.com

Nancy P said...

A pack and play, because we travel a lot!

msilba said...

miracle blanket for sure!

Jessica Snook said...

I would recommend a moby wrap and a cosleeper.

Michelle @womenwwin said...

I would recommend a booster seat for sure! They help out a lot. I only have 2 arms!!

Melissa said...

I would recommend a Bumbo. (I wish they had been around when my girls were babies. I already have one for my grandchild.)
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Tamar said...

I would recommend little itty bitty spoons.

Cassandra Eastman said...

I would recommend a Boppy, a lifesaver if you're going to breastfeed! Also, the woombie is a great swaddle (it zips from the bottom up for easy night changes!)

Bunny B said...

a handsfree breast pump

bloomerbear said...

A very SAFE and STURDY car seat

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thank you

Brooke THomas said...

AA blankets!!!

Kelly H. said...

I would recommend a nursing cover.

Erica C. said...

Definitely gotta have a convertible car seat. It'll save you from buying several car seats as your child grows.
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Michelle Dehowy said...

Disney Saunter Luxe Travel System – Bambi

Nicole D. said...

A bouncy chair and a boppy pillow would be my number one recommendations!

Anonymous said...

Safety locks for toilet stove fridge cabinets and safety plug ins because you never knowbwhat could happen in a blink of an eye

Monica L. said...

The boppy!

Erika P. said...

The Perfect Fit Gate.

Anonymous said...

A swing..such a life saver.
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C Nickel said...

A boppy

Kellie Terwin said...

the boppy pillow

Teresa Thompson said...

A swing. My son had colic and this saved me.

rebecca williams said...

A good carrier like an Ergo.
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Jo said...

A swing is good for a new parent to have!

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blew415 said...

A swing, helped my sil tremondously

Tom said...

how about a third arm

harolde said...

A swing is what I'd suggest

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Tanya White said...

I recommend a great carseat

Terra H. said...

I always recommend Totally Toddler Stain & Over Remover and Prewash. It gets virtually all stains out. Thanks.
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Jessica said...

I suggest feetie Pjs, my son still lives in them!

yyeres said...

baby swing. my baby loved it

Lena said...

A boppy and swaddling blankets.

from1mom2another said...

I would have to recommend a humidifier (my son was always so conjested) and the boppy. They really were life savers (or should I say sleep savers) for me :)

Jeni said...

a swing and a bobby pillow

Anonymous said...

Honestly, a boppy and side snap onesies for newborns

Danielle

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Monica Marshall said...

I recommend the Moby Wrap Sling! Perfect for moms on the go! And of course a carseat ;)

Vikki Billings said...

I recommend the car seat, baby gate and also a boppy, The boppy has so many uses.

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JACLYN said...

A safety first carseat would be my pick!

LeeAnn said...

I always recommend Ultimate Crib Sheets, a monitor that senses baby's breathing, and plenty of the thick burp cloths!

carol lewis said...

A good carseat and a bathtub sponge to lie baby on to bath.

ltlbitone said...

A swaddle

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Unknown said...

Angie
I would recommend a nursing cover. they are great.
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jennifer k crewell said...

For breast feeding mamas a good pump and a boppy

LuckyTJG said...

I would definitely reccmmend a good car seat. You need to find the best one possible (safety features, comfortability, etc.)

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Hollie said...

Awesome giveaway!

laurasloves said...

I would definitely recommend a Boppy Pillow. I don't know what I would do without mine as it makes everything so much more comfortable for mom and baby.
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Laura Unger said...

I'd recommend a car seat, high chair, bouncer, and a co sleeper.

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