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Welcome to the Bobee Diaper & Wipe Dispenser Giveaway!

Hosted by Giveaway Promote.
Sponsored by Bobee.
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The Bobee™ Diaper & Wipe Dispenser is a wall-mounted diaper and wipe caddy that allows for one-handed access so you can keep one hand safely on your baby.
It is customizable with included colorful decals to decorate and match your nursery room decor. Changing table space is freed up for other important baby items, and the diapers and wipes are up and out of the way from curious little hands.   Bobee fits high quantities in all sizes and brands of disposable diapers and even holds cloth diaper inserts. Prepackaged wet wipes or cloth wipes fit neatly below.   Make diaper changing easier with a Bobee Diaper & Wipe Dispenser.

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Enter to win a Bobee Diaper & Wipe Dispenser.

There will be two winners.

Open in the United States.
Ends at 11:59pm EST on September 30th, 2012.
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