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Parent Tested Parent Approved Media Announces their Winning Products for the Summer 2010 Campaign
Date:5/11/2010

Innovative family product testing and awards company, PTPA Media Inc, brings winning products to parents everywhere.

(PRWEB) May 11, 2010 -- Companies that submitted products for testing by PTPA Media parent product testers can stop holding their collective breath. The PTPA Media Award Winners for Summer 2010 are here and they’re smart, fun, innovative, and so cool they’re actually hot!

Curious?

Here’s a small sample of this summer’s winners:

 
  • Super BabyGO!
  • Hangadoo Pet
  • Dyson DC 25 Animal
  • Complete Tooth Fairy Kit
  • Smartipants Reusable Cloth Diaper
  • Snapfish by HP

What do they do?

Turn a smart phone into a toy just before a toddler grabs it! Organize all pet gear in one sturdy place. Get a spotless home with a vacuum that won't quit . Create an everlasting keepsake with the innovative tooth fairy kit. Don’t “bare” your baby’s soul with a new specialized reusable cloth diaper. Stay sane with a photo website that really does make it easy to share, edit, create, and store digital photos.

So say parents…and that’s the point.

PTPA winners are chosen based on merit and consumer experience – not on commercial considerations. As a result, the PTPA Seal has become an international symbol of quality, effectiveness and value in the family marketplace.

Consumers looking for practical, high-quality products and services can rest easy knowing that products bearing the PTPA Media “Winner”
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