So Cinda B, (not the company, but the person) aka Cinda Boomershine is a friend of mine. I don’t mind telling you, well, because I’m among friends. I met Cinda at a marketing company we both worked at when she was fresh out of college. The company didn’t do so well and didn’t last, but I’m happy to report our friendship remained.
I watched Cinda launch her line of bags and was the recipient of an entire set one year as a gift to myself. The bags are functional and durable and they look great too. Cinda designs the fabric patterns and the bag styles (there are oh, so many!). The first Cinda B we’re giving away is the Takin’ Care of Business tote.
You know what? Parents of kids with special needs have to carry a lot around. Paperwork, meds, Ziploc bags full of crayons and snacks to occupy kids before appointments. Those long waits for the appointments where the doctors try to play catch up but rarely do? Yeah, we’ve been to a few of those, too. Which is why the Takin’ Care of Business bag is a must have, for any stylish special needs parent!
This pattern and color are considered “Vintage” Cinda B and I love it. I have an entire set of yummy brown bags in the same pattern. I think you’ll love this bag too. To enter Special Bags for Special People Giveaway you have to be registered and then leave a comment about one thing that you’d put in your bag! Me? That would be a big binder of previous test results or chocolate! Well, maybe two things!
If you don’t win, don’t worry, you can own your own Cinda B.
You have until Friday, May 21 5:00PST to enter (winner announced next Monday). Cinda B the company OR the person didn’t pay me for telling you her bags are awesome…she just offered and we took her up on it! I mean some awesome bags from Cinda B? Yeah, that took us about a half a second to say “Yes!” We also couldn’t resist putting up a blog ad as a token of our appreciation!
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