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SnapSac Review and Giveaway

Check out the new "Paint the Town" collection from SnapSac.   These reusable totes are great for every purpose.

One lucky winner is going to win this collection which includes a mega Tote, Super Tote, and Grocery Tote.  What a great value and awesome prize for one lucky winner.  

I was provided with the Grocery Tote to conduct my review.  I was no paid for this review and all opinions are 100% mine.  I love the orange pattern on this bag.  I have been using my tote for about 3 weeks.  I thought with the bright color it was spring enough for me to use as my purse.  I like having a big bag to carry with me since I have been doing a lot of traveling lately.  Also, my purse is dual purposed as a diaper bag so I have to stuff a lot in.  

The bag is deep and the extra snap is great to help keep it closed and safe.  The bags are also machine washable which is a big bonus as a mom of two messy children.  

I know this bag will also get re-purposed as a grocery bag when I get a different purse.  It will fit a lot of food in it and the durable fabric will make it last a long time.

About SnapSac

SnapSac is the next evolution in reusable bags.  We created it to renew excitement about what a bag could be and should be.  Our goal is simple: to offer bags that combine style, quality, and responsibility—all for about the price of a latte.
SnapSac is a division of 1 Bag at a Time, Inc., a leading supplier of customized reusable bags.   At 1 Bag at a Time, Inc, we are committed to social, environmental, and economic responsibility. 
We strive to live our values every day.   

Enter to win the Paint the Town Collection from SnapSac.  :)  What a great prize!  :)
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Anonymous said…
kiss the sky :)
Debbie Lewis said…
I like Ain't it Sweet Mega Tote
Unknown said…
I love the one that looks like chevron
Unknown said…
I love the one that looks like chevron
DShope said…
I like the mega tote!
Michele P. said…
I like both the Paint the Town collection and the Ain't It Sweet SuperTote in gray/violet print.
Unknown said…
I like the Paint the Town Mega Tote
lmurley2000 said…
Spring Splash MegaTote
Sam Stamp said…
I like the Spring Splash Mega Tote

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