Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Want a Free Britax Car Seat

I am on the Britax Latina Advisory Board.  And I get to find out all the great things Britax is doing, and pass it on to you. 

 This weekend the Britax Expect Greatness Tour came to Houston. They have been visiting cities all across the US. There was product information available. You were able to test out the car seasts, strollers, bassinets, carriers, and accesories.

There were baby changing games, stroller races, raffles, and lots of giveaways.  Attendees not only learned about the Britax products, learned how to use them properly, some even won Britax products. 

My sister in law, Maria who is expecting baby #2 due Nov 2012 pictured here, won the Advocate 70 CS-some features
Base with SafeCell Technology features SafeCells designed to compress in a crash, significantly lowering the center of gravity and counteracting the forward rotation of the child seat which normally propels the child toward the front seat

Integrated Steel Bars strengthen the connection to the vehicle and reduce forward flexing of the child seat during a crash

Energy-Absorbing Versa-Tether features a staged-release tether webbing to slow the forward movement, reducing the crash forces reaching the child, and a two-point attachment to minimize forward rotation while anchoring the top of the child seat

MSRP (USD) $379.99

Do you want to learn how you can get a FREE Britax car seat?  Read more about Britax Registry Rewards.  Follow me and the rest of the Latina Advisory Board members on Facebook at Britax Los Lleva Seguros.  And look for Britax products in the new movie What to Expect When you are Expecting out now at the movies.

***Disclosure-I am on the Britax Latina Advisory Board. 


Anonymous said...

I have never owned Britax brand products. They sound so nice. I will keep that Britax Registry Rewards program. Congrats on being on their Advisory Board. Patricia

Independentmami said...

Thanks Patricia! Yes, I had never owned them before. But now, that is all I want to use for my kid's safety.