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New back to School Giveaway! Ends 8/28 (US-Group)


Do your kids have everything they need for Back-to-School? I bet they don’t have any SwaggerTags!!

Sponsored by SwaggerTag and hosted by Mom Does Reviews and her blogger friends.

Check out these great ID tags that allow kids to reflect their personality and help keep track of their backpacks, lunchboxes, musical instrument cases, etc. By customizing it with their own photo, image or logo, they can let everyone know it’s their stuff. They decide what personal information to include and their SwaggerTag reveals the information only if it is opened.

Here is what’s great about SwaggerTag:

– They are versatile – SwaggerTags can be used on backpacks, lunch bags, and sport & computer bags
– They are durable – SwaggerTags are water, weather and impact resistant, with strong attachment points and ties to ensure it will stay with their gear
– They are fun – SwaggerTags are available in six distinctive colours: Gekco Green, Dolphin Blue, Hot Pink, Mustang Purple, Dragon Red and Spider Grey
– They are safe – SwaggerTags are safe for the whole family as they are produced using food-grade materials, are bisphenol-free and contain no paints.


SwaggerTags are available for $3.99 at www.swaggertag.com and at retailers through the US and Canada. SwaggerTag is an award winning product that earned a 2012 Top Product of the Year Award from Creative Toy Magazine and was First Runner-Up in Canada’s 2013 Mompreneur of the Year Award.

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The Giveaway!

Enter below to be one of FOUR winners to get 2 of their own SwaggerTags!

The giveaway ends 8/28 at 1159p est

The giveaway is open to US only.

Enter on the easy rafflecopter below.


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  1. They would use them for their book bags for school, or maybe even their bags for sports, they tend to leave them sometimes..

  2. amy deeter says:

    to keep track of their bookbag

  3. Elisa Adams says:

    I would put them on my kids bookbag.

  4. Petra Alling says:

    Everything under the sun purses bags backpacks keyrings etc.

  5. They would use them for their sports bags. Both of my girls play soccer.

  6. melissa leyh says:

    they would use they for bookbags, purses, lunchbags:)

  7. put on back to school bags great item

  8. Georgia Beckman says:

    My grandchildren would love these! They would use these on backpacks, book bags & lunchboxes.

  9. Jenny Stanek says:

    Definitely on their backpack!

  10. JULIA NOLD says:

    Backpacks & lunch bags

  11. nicole lillie says:

    School lunch box! My 5 year old is in kinde this year and has Celiac disease, so we need to be sure he keeps his lunch box under wraps!

  12. Mortisha Cassavetes says:

    Oh my daughter would add these to her backpack for sure with all her pins and crazy keychains =)

  13. Bookbag

  14. In the winter time this would make a great jacket pull! They wouldn’t have to worry about mixing up jackets with another student at school. :)

  15. KAREN COCHRANE says:


  16. Dorrie Turner says:

    It would be used for their suitcase, backpack, lunchbag, sleeping bag, and winter coats.