Patent-pending SwingEase™ featured in Walmart competition offering opportunity to ‘Get on the Shelf’ through social, crowdsourcing contest.
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Menlo Park, CA and Chapel Hill, NC – August 6, 2013 – HoneyBee Child’s patent-pending SwingEase selected today to compete in the Walmart “Get On The Shelf” Contest. The SwingEase moves on to the Audition Round, featuring online voting to show Walmart judges how much support the SwingEase has with customers and provide insight into the product’s commercial viability.
The HoneyBee Child SwingEase video and Walmart contest can be accessed at https://getontheshelf.walmart.com/product/192c/HoneyBee-Child-SwingEase. Voting starts today and runs through September 2, 2013. Supporters and customers can vote once per day.
“We are thrilled to be selected to compete in Walmart’s competition and are confident the SwingEase will be recognized by customers and Walmart as an innovative product that makes moms’ lives easier,” said Jill Koziol, HoneyBee Child co-founder.
The SwingEase is new, patent-pending product that enables babies and toddlers to safely and comfortably swing on a traditional playground swing. The SwingEase also allows a child to swing on a caregiver's lap while safely secured. Co-founder Katie Stewart believes, “the SwingEase brings a stylish and innovative design to market. Moms will enjoy the increased safety, cleanliness, and versatility of the design.”
For more information, and to reserve a SwingEase, visit www.honeybeechild.com.
Jill Koziol, Co-Founder
2170 Harkins Avenue
Menlo Park, CA 94025
About HoneyBee Child™
Jill Koziol and Katie Stewart are the founders behind HoneyBee Child, a company they launched in 2013 as a lifestyle brand designed for smart, savvy mothers who appreciate simplicity, functionality, and good design. HoneyBee Child products make mothers’ lives easier without compromising style and commitment to safety. HoneyBee Child is also committed to bettering the lives and dreams of other mothers by offering a platform and assistance for developing and fostering new ideas in the children’s product market via the BeeHive incubator. HoneyBee Child is based in Menlo Park, California and Chapel Hill, North Carolina. For more information, visit www.honeybeechild.com.