Dorel Juvenile Co-sponsors Baby Shower for Military Families

This November, Dorel Juvenile partnered with The March of Dimes and Boston Bruins to surprise fifty expectant military moms and dads with an educational baby shower at the Boston Harbor Hotel, as part of The March of Dimes’ “Mission Healthy Baby” military program.

 

The moms-to-be mingled with the Bruins’ wives and girlfriends and heard from national parenting experts to empower them through education, resource awareness, and community involvement.  One such expert was our very own Brand Ambassador Daniel Dias. Throughout the event, Dias provided helpful car seat safety tips to the expecting parents and also demonstrated some of the latest baby gear from Safety 1st and Schwinn.

 

At the end of the event, Dorel Juvenile held a raffle. The first two prizes were a Safety 1st UltraMax Air 360 4-in-1 Car Seat and a brand new Interval Jogger developed in partnership with the mobility experts at Schwinn. The final grand prize raffle was for a Safety 1st Smooth Ride Travel System. The attendees were asked to hold up and check the back of the Safety 1st Baby on Board signs they had received during registration to see if they had won. To everyone’s delight, the moms discovered that they would be each receiving their very own Safety 1st Travel System! It was a very exciting moment and one that provided smiles all around.

 

2016 Mission Healthy Baby Event

 

Dorel is committed to giving back to those who serve and protect our country, and was pleased to once again be involved in this important event that supports military families.

 

 

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