Friday, March 12, 2010

contest - you've been bagged!



UPDATE Contest closed!

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Did I mention how much I love Baggu Bags? I mean, we're already heading off to the store to pick up our lustful method green cleaning products. Shouldn't we, at the checkout lines, slip our purchases into just as green a bag? Yes we should! Down with plastic bags! Chant ten times! Now! I said, now! Ok, sorry. I can be a bit demanding at times. I promise, no more yelling. Well, alright, I doubt I can keep that promise, but I'll try.

So, check out this really great video showing you all about how the Baggu Bag works, and even where it's made! So simple, so neat, such a great product! And being SO sweet (and reading method lust! Who knew?!) - Baggu treated me to a couple bags (thank you, Baggu!) and now I'm going to pay it forward, and treat one of you to a Baggu!

Contest time! One lucky winner will receive a cool regular sized (the color is sage, I believe - perfect for a guy or a gal!) Baggu bag! All you have to do is give your name in the comment section, and tell me what you'd put in YOUR Baggu! Contest ends March 15th! (And just cause I'm all sorts of nice, I'll throw in a nifty method goodie, too!)

15 comments:

Rebecca said...

oooh, great contest opportunity!
Let's see, I would put all the discontinued aroma pill refills that I can find in my new baggu!
: )
No, for real though, I'd keep it in my car for shopping trips.

Sprockets said...

I've always been interested by these Baggu bags. I'd use it for grocery shopping, and buying method. goodies at Target! =) I'm often forgetting my bags at home, but this I could leave in my shoulder bag and then never be without it!

Evidence of an Artistic Life said...

I would use it on all my shopping trips, especially at Target to buy the new Laundry detergent!!-I love the colors!!

Sam said...

I'd put leather-scented candles in mine! ;o)

Julie said...

I'd leave this bag in my purse for any little shopping trips. I'm sure some cool Method products would make it in there on many occasions (green tea and aloe soap, anyone??)

Amy said...

I would put my peppermint vanilla candles in my bag. =)

AM said...

I love reusable bags. I'd use the bag for errands - grocery/drug store shopping trips, the library, etc.

kirby said...

This looks like a great tote bag for my work stuff! My knitting (for downtime), stethoscope, spare clothes, ibuprofen, and old school Method hand sanitizer.

kaoticorchid said...

I would put baby c's bananas in it-the kid goes through 1 1/2 bunches a week!

Victoria S said...

I would totally lust these bags! Right now I just have a few totes are from stores (Trader Joe's, Target, and Whole Foods to be exact), and I'm good at remembering them for groceries, but they don't fold up and travel well for other everyday shopping. These look so convenient to carry with you that I'd use them for everything!

andrea said...

oooh, i'd carry it around everywhere by leaving it in my purse/bag and when i pick up stuff at the farmer's market, i'd have a sturdy, ecofriendly bag on hand to use!

Angela said...

In my Baggu, I'd put the Method coupons I printed out for my friend AND the approvals for the website he's creating for me :).

Jamison said...

I've always wanted to try these bags, so this would be a grand chance. I would use them when running errands to the pet store to get eco-friendly pet toys for my pup, or when running to Target to get more Method of course. And then there are the trips to the grocery store for milk and cookies...

fireball1212 said...

Well of the hundreds of things I can think to put in it, I can't narrow it down to one. I can however say that I would switch out the green fold-up Target bag in favor of the new Baggu! The Target one is ok, but it doesn't have a base that lies flat. Kinda frustrating sometimes. Hey, I got it... I will put the old Target bag in the NEW Baggu bag. Never hurts to have a backup.

Brit said...

Besides loading a Baggu bag with Method stuff. I would pack up the bag food and goodies and bring it to the team I help out with at the Special Olympics. I would also load up the bags with supplies I would need to take my clients out to the park.

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