Lovee Covee by Peek-A-Boo Baby, Inc., A Luxurious Line of Bamboo Baby Blankets & Nursing Covers

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Peek-A-Boo Baby Inc. Launches Its New Line of Eco-Friendly Baby Blankets & Nursing Covers

The incredibly soft bamboo fabric is breathable and anti-bacterial which makes it well-suited for babies' tender skin.

Love your baby, love your environment! That is what Peek-A-Boo Baby, Inc., headquartered in Charleston, South Carolina, is touting with the creation of LOVEE COVEE their new product line of luxurious bamboo baby blankets and nursing covers. Bamboo is the new fabric for our little ones in this transitional time toward a more environmentally conscious society. Babies love the pure comfort and softness of this 21st century fabric.

"The philosophy behind LOVEE COVEE is to create products that are made from classic, beautiful and understated fabrics," states Edie Coupe, owner of Peek-A-Boo Baby, Inc. and creator of the LOVEE COVEE line. "We are thrilled with the addition of our new line of eco-friendly LOVEE COVEE baby blankets made with this classic look and luxurious feel," says Coupe, whose company has been supplying boutiques nationwide with their luxurious products for six years. "The incredibly soft bamboo fabric is breathable and anti-bacterial which makes it well-suited for babies' tender skin."

Bamboo is one of the fastest growing plants on our planet thus making it one of the most renewable resources we have. It needs no herbicides or pesticides and primarily grows on rain water. Bamboo fabric has better moisture absorption and ventilation than conventional fabrics and has an inherent UV protection factor and is deodorizing. "Our little ones are so precious and we hope LOVEE COVEE blankets will help nurture them as well as the environment," says Ms. Coupe.

For more information about Lovee Covee or to learn more about bamboo fabric, please visit http://www.loveecovee.com.

Contact:
Doug Coupe
Coupe Public Relations, Inc.
843.278.5400
http://www.coupepr.com

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