Baby Item Swap Site Announces Save the Environment Contest to Encourage Moms to Go Green

SwapBabyGoods.com helps moms all across the nation save money and go green by providing them an online venue to swap baby items. The site's Save the Environment contest is designed to reward members who actively participate on the site.

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I don't work, so I tell my husband a penny saved is a penny earned. It's almost like I have a part-time job by saving all the money I do!

Kansas City, MO (PRWEB) February 12, 2008

SwapBabyGoods.com, the online site that helps mothers save both money and the environment, announces its Save the Environment contest. Each month, great prizes will be given to its actively participating members.

At SwapBabyGoods.com, new and gently used baby products get new life with every swap that takes place. With rising concerns about climate change, what started as a way for new moms to save money has now taken a whole new meaning. Moms, along with their babies, have found this site to be a great resource to help them do their part in protecting the environment.

SwapBabyGoods.com was started by a stay-at-home mom. Soon after its inception, the Web site gained national popularity as moms all across the nation started to swap their baby items, including toys, clothes, bedding, books, baby gear and more. There is even an area to swap mommy items. Since its beginning, the site has helped parents save thousands of dollars. In the current slow economy parents have found SwapBabyGoods.com as a great resource available to them to save money on baby items.

"I have saved tons and tons of money on my baby girl's formula and baby food," says SwapBabyGoods.com member Liz. "I don't work, so I tell my husband a penny saved is a penny earned. It's almost like I have a part-time job by saving all the money I do!"

SwapBabyGoods.com provides a fun and interesting place for new moms. For some, it's just the matter of saving a few bucks a month through swapping; for others it's a venue that allows them to play an active role in helping save the environment. For others, it's just fun. The site enables moms from all walks of life to get together, help each other save on baby items and go green.

"It is a great outlet for caregivers to save and see items continue to get more use, which will, inevitably, save the environment," says another member Lisa, from Texas.

SwapBabyGoods.com is owned and operated by Swap Baby Goods, Inc.

Visit http://www.swapbabygoods.com

For more information, please contact:
Asma Manzoor
816-694-2963

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