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Why Not Back Pack Giveaway

  I'm so glad to have the chance to once again team up with Mud Pies and Tiaras to offer my readers some great giveaways! The next couple of days will be pack with so many great back to school giveaways ENJOY!


What says "Back To School" more than a new backpack?? I know this is a highlight for my boys. They love picking out the perfect new backpack to fill with all their school supplies for the first day. I recently found a great site called WhyNotBackpacks.com. They offer a great selection of messenger bags and backpacks for kids, from elementary to high school. Not only do the bags come in really neat designs, but they're also high quality. I let me nine-year-old pick out a backpack to review.
He chose the Blue Flames backpack. He was so excited! He thought the design was really "cool". I was impressed with the quality. The backpack is a great size. It's bigger than I thought it would be and will easily carry all his supplies.
The backpack is made of sturdy 600 denier polyester fabric and feature three pockets, a cell phone holder, two mesh side pockets, padded shoulder straps, a reinforced bottom, and top strap. My son said the backpack was really comfortable and fit him well. In the past we've had backpack that were really cute but were falling apart within a few months. I have no doubt this backpack will last the whole year and beyond. Here are a few other bags I liked:

All the bags at Why Not retail for $24.99 and can be found HERE. Why Not has generously offered TWO of our lucky readers a backpack of their choice. Please note that the winners will be responsible for shipping fees of $8. a Rafflecopter giveaway

Comments

Amy Walker said…
Thanks for the chance to win a very nice backpack!

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