Hybrid Mom Launches New Shopping Site “Bazaar” With Unique and Quirky One-of-a-Kind Products

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Hybrid Mom announces the launch of a new shopping site featuring some of the most unique and original gifts on the market. But here's the twist: all of the products featured are created by mom entrepreneurs.

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“This is the “go-to” site for shoppers in search of original gift ideas because moms are problem-solvers and they think of everything,”

Hybrid Mom announced today the launch of its new on-line shopping site called “Bazaar.”

From “teething bling,” (jewelry mom can wear – and baby can chew) to recycled wool sweaters that are wearable works of art, this new shopping site features some of the most unique and quirky, one of a kind products on the market today. Here’s the twist: all of the items are created by mom entrepreneurs.

“This is the “go-to” site for shoppers in search of original gift ideas because moms are problem-solvers and they think of everything,” said editor-in-chief, Beth Smith. “We are bringing together hundreds of mom entrepreneurs and giving them a place to showcase their one-of-a-kind, ‘I wish I’d thought of that’ products.”

In addition to very original product offerings, hybridmombazaar.com features stories on the women behind the products -- and the site has lots of weekly product give-aways.

Bazaar is owned by Hybridmom.com , an online community that caters to women who have decided to become their own employers. The site provides the resources and support women business owners need to raise a family and be successful entrepreneurs at the same time. This new shopping site is an extension of the Hybrid Mom community. And with 400 women starting a new business every day in the US, Smith said it could not have come at a better time.

About Hybrid Mom
HybridMom.com is a website and community consisting of daily content including featured articles to enrich work, family, personal and social lives; a research board with over 12,000 moms from coast to coast, representing all ages and backgrounds; blogs and interactive forums written and hosted by parenting and industry experts; a community connecting hybrid moms with one another; and a new shopping site called “Bazaar” to sell or buy Hybrid Mom products and services. The company was named one of Forbes Woman's "Top 100 Websites for Women in 2010.

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