One of the best things about being a blogger is the many great brands that are interested in your opinion and experiences. I love it when a brand is so interested in reaching your demographic they take time and make an effort to see what it is they can offer you, what you feel would be helpful and then go out and do it.
That's what happened with Crest and Oral-B. They truly want to make kids brush their teeth and enjoy it. Let's face it. If kids don't like doing something, they will find a way not to do it.
Crest and Oral-B provided me with floss pics, tooth paste, mouthwash, toothbrushes, vitamins and balloons for some really rockin' gift bags. The kids invited some school buddies over and we passed out the bags. Discussed dental hygiene and played fun trivia games about happy teeth and a yucky mouth game that brought the house down.
The final gift from Crest and Oral-B was a DVD of Cars2 and the partiers were ready to partake. We formed a concession line and passed out popcorn and soda before turning down the lights and piling up "drive-in" style on the living room floor.
Is there a better way to entertain the neighbor kids?
I think they went home with a much healthier goodie bag than any other party on the block!
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