Thursday, January 28, 2010
When my four boys were in diapers, I always put them in Pampers. Every time I tried a different brand, they leaked or were clearly less comfortable on my boys. I always went back to Pampers! And I always recommend Pampers for new and expectant parents who will be using disposable diapers.
In March, Pampers will be unveiling their completely redesigned Cruisers diapers. Pampers promises they will perform just as well as the Cruisers we know and love, but the new Pampers Cruisers with Dry Max are designed to lock wetness away up to 12 hours, making this their driest diaper ever.
To celebrate the launch of their first-ever high-performance diaper, Pampers has outfitted two Team USA medal contender athletes -- 2006 Olympic gold medal speed skater, Chad Hedrick, and 2007 World Skeleton, Noelle Pikus-Pace -- and their families with branded Team USA Pampers Cruisers with Dry Max as they head to Vancouver for the Olympic Winter Games.
Although these Team USA diapers are not for sale, parents everywhere will be able to request a free sample three-pack of Pampers Cruisers with Dry Max on Pampers.com starting on Friday morning, January 29, 2010!
And here’s something really cool: If your sample includes a diaper stamped “Team USA” (randomly inserted in select sample packs), your baby will win a year’s supply of Pampers diapers!
For the first time ever, babies will have their gold-medal moment this Olympic season by sporting their own high-performance gear -- Pampers Cruisers with Dry Max. Hurry to Pampers.com to get your free sample pack before they run out, and you might win free diapers for a year!
DISCLOSURE: This is not a sponsored post, and I received no product samples or compensation to post this information.