BillMyParents Shows BlogHer Moms That “Plastic is Good”



Contrary to popular opinion, ‘going green’ isn’t always a good thing . . .especially when that green is your money, disappearing into your kids’ pockets without a trace. That’s why BillMyParents wants YOU to join the Anti-Green Movement at BlogHer ‘11! While an allowance is an important part of your child’s journey towards independence, it’s all too easy to lose track of cash. With BillMyParents – a trackable, reloadable MasterCard designed especially for teens - you’ll know instantly where your money goes. Ready to join the cause? Here’s how:

  • Join BillMyParents for an exclusive luncheon on Friday, August 5th at 11:45 am in the Marriott San Diego C Room, where Eden Marriott Kennedy and Alice Bradley, authors of Let's Panic about Babies will join Liz Gumbinner and Kristen Chase, founders of Cool Mom Picks, to explore the benefits and the pitfalls of parenting in the digital age. If you've ever wondered how to install a video camera on your child without him/her noticing, or whether or not it's worth moving to a Mongolian yurt to keep your kids away from the Internet, Alice and Eden will be sure to make up the answers while Liz and Kristen attempt to reign them in. They’ll solicit questions ahead of time on the Cool Mom Picks Facebook page, so head on over for your chance to contribute to what will surely be a lively discussion. Space is limited to the first 50 bloggers that respond, please RSVP to bmplunch@baileygardiner.com
  • Visit BillMyParents at Booth #227 in the Expo Hall, and let us show you why “Plastic is Good.” Look for special guest appearances by Eden Kennedy, Alice Bradley, Kristen Chase and Liz Gumbinner throughout the conference, and be sure to enter for a chance to win a trip to SXSW in 2012!

For more information about us, check out BillMyParents.com. You can also find us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter. We hope to see you at BlogHer ’11 in San Diego!

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