San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) March 14, 2013
Red Tricycle, a digital city guide for parents that delivers over a million email newsletters each week to families in seven major metro areas, today published its inaugural Power Moms list in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, Seattle, Portland, New York City and Southern California.
What’s a Power Mom? As defined by Red Tricycle, a Power Mom is a local mom that is an influencer and leader in their space, whether it's arts, finance, home-schooling, literature, breastfeeding, music, food, or non-profit.
Red Tricycle’s Power Moms List includes business titans such as Marissa Meyer, CEO of Yahoo and Jessica Seinfeld, author and founder of non-profit Baby Buggy, as well cancer survivors, autism advocates, film makers, entrepreneurs, chefs, home schoolers, morning DJs, bloggers, fashionistas and fitness gurus.
Red Tricycle’s CEO and Founder Jacqui Boland says, “The goal with the Power Moms list was to offer recognition to moms who are doing great work in our communities and to illustrate that there is a different path to success for all, whether it is in corporate America, the arts, education or cupcake baking!”
Lindsay Pinchuk, founder of Bump Club and Beyond, is an example of one of the moms featured on Red Tricycle’s Chicago Power Moms list. Her organization connects moms and moms-to-be with the best local information, resources and one another in a meaningful manner.
"I am so honored to be recognized as a 'power mom' by Red Tricycle,” said Pinchuk, “Acknowledgement of what I've accomplished with my team is incredibly humbling coming from a brand which itself is such a wonderful resource to so many parents across the country. ”
About Red Tricycle
Founded in 2006, Red Tricycle is a digital media company that provides authoritative, localized content (things to see, eat, and do with kids in a city) to its growing online community of busy urban moms through a variety of communication devices: email, website, social media, RSS, mobile. Their mission is simple: To help parents have more fun with their kids. http://www.redtri.com/