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Lunchboxes.com Giveaway


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 When you have kiddos in school packing lunches can consume quite a bit of your time. Having a good lunch box is essential for the school year. I was pleased with the selection I found available at Lunchboxes.com. I was able to choose a lunchbox to review and I selected the Hardliner.
The blue divider is removable if you do not need it. If you do want it, you can easily store grapes on one side and a sandwich on the other. or something similar. My husband takes a lunch to work 6 days a week. It has to stay cold in the elements and be quick and easy for him to eat on the run. Typically he wants a wrap, dressing to dip it in and a drink. I fit that all in plus room for an ice pack! The model of the Hardliner I received has a very small zipper pocket on the outside for slipping in a napkin or fork. But, Lunchboxes.com is giving one reader a Hardliner and that lunchbox already has an improvement! The one the winner will receive will have an expandable outside pocket to allow for extra storage. Please see the photos below:
This Hardliner lunchbox retails for just $12.99 and is available in a variety of colors. As a bonus, Lunchboxes.com offers flat rate shipping of $6.95 per order. Have multiple kids? Order from them at very reasonable prices and just pay the $6.95 flat rate shipping fee! You will save that gas money AND the dreaded trip to the store with all your kids in tow. LOL! Disclosure: The product(s) offered for the giveaway are free of charge, no purchase necessary. Any opinions expressed are my own honest opinions and are not influenced by any form of compensation. This giveaway is not in any way endorsed by or affiliated with Facebook. a Rafflecopter giveaway

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Patty said…
Great review & giveaway! I really liked the Peace and Love Lunchbox - perfect for pre-teens!

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