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Three Boys & an Old Lady

This blogging mama loves finding new things and spreading the word about fab finds

Have you ever noticed we all want more stuff and when we get it we whine that there’s never enough space?  Kids, even one, accumulate a lot of stuff and spouses, oh spouses, seem to accumulate even more.  I found Space Bags on the “As Seen on TV” aisle of my local drug store a few years ago and find them to be the perfect space saver so I am so excited to tell you about the ITW Space Bag, the leading manufacturer of space-saving vacuum-seal storage bags, is helping people across America clear their clutter through its Clean That Closet Challenge.

The Clean That Closet Challenge is part of Space Bag’s online community, Space Savers. The contest encourages anyone with a messy closet in need of a little organization to enter this makeover challenge. The winnings are big, with the first 100 eligible entrants winning Space Bag products and one grand-prize winner receiving a private consultation with a professional organizer, a $1,000 gift card to Bed, Bath & Beyond, and enough Space Bag products to organize their entire home!  There’s still time to be among our first 100 entrants and win free Space Bag products just for entering the contest!

To enter, participants must visit between now and Aug. 15, 2010, and explain in 500 words or less why they deserve the grand prize. Participants must also submit a photo or brief video showcasing their messiest closet. So grab your camera and log-in to the Space Savers community to enter your chaotic closet today!

Be sure to follow the Space Savers online communities:
Space Savers community >
Clean That Closet Challenge >

Disclosure of Material Connection: The views expressed in this review are mine and mine alone.  I did not receive the product mentioned above and was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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