Wheaton, IL (PRWEB) September 7, 2007
In an eco-friendly marketplace, the multi functioning, 4-in-1 Baby Sherpa diaper backpacks are the perfect carrying solution for parents demanding products that are eco, ergo and hybrid in their nature.
"That's Baby Sherpa," said CEO Heather Campbell-Dewar, "PVC-free, ergonomic, hybrid and specifically designed to incorporate a diaper bag, parent pack, video camera bag and soft pack cooler all in one."
As she gets set to head to the ABC Kids Expo in Las Vegas, Campbell-Dewar said increasingly parents and grandparents alike are searching out products that help teach children how to be good stewards of Mother Earth: "As a parent I want our daughter to know that it's important to try to reduce our carbon footprint by purchasing environmentally friendly products."
That's where Baby Sherpa™ comes in since it is a high quality, hands-free performer that outpacks the competition. Technically and ergonomically designed, it eliminates the needs to purchase and carry multiple bags through its hybrid, four in one performance features:
Cooler - soft-sided storage for snacks & beverages
Diaper - change pad, bottle holder, pacifier clip, toy loops, storage & 'tough as nails' zippers
Video - padded pocket for safety & protection.
Personal Gear - secure pouch for wallet, keys, glasses, cell, iPod/MP3 and flashdrives
"I love multi tasking hybrids," said Heather Campbell-Dewar, "That's the reason I invented Baby Sherpa. I hated hauling around 3 or 4 bags when one well designed backpack can do it all."
Baby Sherpa constantly field tests their bags and incorporates recommendations from parents into the design. "Coming soon will be the ultimate hybrids for the techie parent," Campbell-Dewar said.
Baby Sherpa is a leading edge designer of gear-carrying solutions designed to simplify and help organize active families. Founded in 2002, Baby Sherpa™ has received various juvenile product awards for excellence and innovation. They have offices in Winfield, Illinois and Stony Mountain, Manitoba, Canada.
For further information: Heather Campbell-Dewar Telephone: 1-888-333-3424.