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Beach Cleanup - Ocean Beach, CA - August 26th

Join local parents on Thursday, August 26th from 10am-12pm, for an opportunity to show our future generations how we care for our beaches with a socially distanced beach cleanup. Buckets, reusable work gloves, hand sanitizer and trash grabbers will be provided. Please feel free to bring your own! Look for the Bumbleride pop up tent near Lifeguard Tower #4. Closest parking lot is the Ocean Beach Dog Beach Parking Lot off of W. Point Loma Blvd, https://oceanbeachsandiego.com/.../dog-beach-public-parking.

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Trails & Trees - Hike & WIN

We've partnered with Nature Baby Outfitter in Montana to help get families outside this summer. Hike with your family, log your hike and be entered to win awesome prizes including the "Going To The Sun" giveaway bundle including: a Bumbleride stroller of choice, SMARTWOOL socks, BOGS footwear and $100 Nature Baby Outfitter Gift Card! See other prizes.Eligible hikes include: Lone Pine State Park Lawrence Park Herron Park Woodland Park Shady Lane Pond Trail Kidsport Complex River’s Edge Park Rails to Trails Leisure Island Park Whitefish Riverside Path Learn more about Trails & Trees.

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Bumbleride x Posh Baby

Bumbleride strollers have been rolling through Portland, Oregon over the last 10+ years thanks to Posh Baby, located right downtown by the kid-friendly Jamison Square Park. Posh Baby has even labeled Bumbleride as the Pacific Northwest stroller. A true testament to our longstanding partnership. Fun facts: Bumbleride was the first stroller brand they ever brought into their store 10+ years ago and it’s the #1 stroller choice for all expecting employees. 😊 We are joining forces throughout the month of July to bring you all the information on a best-selling stroller for Posh, Era. Era is a 4-wheel reversible seat...

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Eco Fabric - Made From Recycled Water Bottles

Here’s a little bit more about Bumbleride rPET fabrics and the rPET process broken down for you:   Did you know that every plastic molecule produced in the last 100+ years is still in the environment? Estimates suggest that PET or petroleum-based oxo-biodegradable plastics take 450+ years to decompose in landfills because they lack the required UV light to break down. The plastic pollution crisis is real. We work with our factory and suppliers to make only products we really need and strive to reduce the amount of plastic packaging and use of raw/virgin materials. Using rPET saves energy and...

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