Introducing the Kickstarter Campaign: “The QueenBee Bag - You'll never need a diaper bag again!”
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Chapel Hill, NC and Menlo Park, CA – September 30, 2013 – Following the successful launch of HoneyBee Child, two mompreneurs have a brand new business concept – an alternative to the standard diaper bag. Placed directly in your favorite bag, the HoneyBee Child QueenBee Bag is a secure way to carry your baby gear, separating it from your bag and providing protection from any dirt or spills that may occur. The QueenBee Bag allows you to continue carrying your favorite handbag while temporarily converting it to a diaper bag when you are out with your little one.
“As new mothers, we asked ourselves why we had to give up our favorite handbags. We became determined that being a mom doesn't mean you have to leave behind your sense of self or style.” said co-founder Katie Stewart.
With optimized pocket design, the QueenBee Bag allows for carrying the essentials, without the need to “over pack”, no matter the age of your child. Jill Koziol, co-founder, said: “We set out to design something that would allow us to maintain our personal style but provide the function we desired from the traditional diaper bag. Our current solutions just weren't cutting it.”
A link to the kickstarter campaign can be found here: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/honeybeechild/the-queenbee-bag-youll-never-need-a-diaper-bag-aga and the campaign runs through October 30th.
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 an upscale mom-inspired 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.