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Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Protect-A-Bed® Launches Potty Training Contest on Facebook

Protect-A-Bed® Launches Potty Training Contest
Families Encouraged to Share Proven Tips, Funny Stories and Photos
Protect-A-Bed®, a leading provider of bedding protection products, is searching for the best and proven potty training tactics. The company is hosting a contest on its Facebook page to capture and share potty training stories. Participants are encouraged to post their proven potty training tips – or blunders – for a chance to win mattress protection products.

One lucky grand prize winner will win a mattress protection prize pack for their entire household (up to four beds) along with a potty training protection kit. The grand prize winner will also be featured on Protect-A-Bed’s website (

Twelve lucky winners (three per week through the duration of the contest) will each receive one potty training protection kit, a system designed to waterproof and keep a child’s mattress free of stains while reducing the amount of time and embarrassment associated with bedwetting. The winners will be randomly selected each week from the pool of contest participants and will be named on Protect-A-Bed’s Facebook wall.

The contest begins Jan. 26 and runs through Feb. 21, 2011 and is open to all United States residents 18 years of age and older. Three weekly winners of the potty training protection kits will be randomly selected and announced each Friday during the contest (Jan. 28 and Feb. 4, 11 and 18). The grand prize winner will be chosen by Feb. 25, 2011. Fans of Protect-A-Bed’s Facebook page are able to view and “like” their favorite submissions, though a jury of Protect-A-Bed judges will ultimately make the final selection of the grand prize winner based on the uniqueness of their entry.

“We know potty training is one of the most stressful things parents have to do in their lifetime,” said Protect-A-Bed CEO James Bell. “We also know every family has great potty training tips and funny stories to share. We want to hear it all – including what didn’t work so well for them.”

Bell says the best tips will be showcased on the Facebook page to help families as they begin the potty training process. “We hope the information and encouragement will help families who are facing the challenge of potty training.”

Potty Training Protection Kit

This revolutionary Protect-A-Bed® system is designed to waterproof and keep your child’s mattress free of stains while reducing the amount of clean up time and embarrassment associated with bedwetting. Our Potty Training Kit includes:
• 1 Standard Size Pillow Protector**

• 2 Twin Premium Mattress Protectors*

How To Use The Kit:
Simply layer the contents of the Potty Training Protection Kit with the bedding that you normally use at home in the order depicted above. When an accident occurs, strip the top sheet and 1st Protector, revealing the clean bedding below. Your Child can get back to sleep almost immediately, and your night-time clean up is no longer a nightmare!
The Potty Training Kit Provides:
• Allergy and Dust Mite Protection • Soft Cotton Terry Surface
• Cool and Comfortable Sleep Environment
• Superior Bedwetting Protection

The Premium mattress protector is a popular choice in Protect-A-Bed's® line of mattress protection products. Premium features a cotton terry towel surface for superior comfort and excellent absorbency. In addition, the Premium mattress protector is backed with our exclusive Miracle Membrane®. Miracle Membrane® is waterproof while remaining air vapor porous, and allows body heat to easily pass through. It also serves as a barrier for dust mites and allergens, which provides for healthy, irritant-free sleep.

Protect-A-Bed® Premium pillow protectors provide protection for you and your pillow. The super soft, absorbent, yet ultra-thin Premium pillow protectors are air vapor porous and cool, protect you from allergens, dust mites and bacteria. Your pillow will also be protected from stains, and our Premium pillow protectors can be machine washed on hot and tumble dried on medium.

My advice is simple chill out & don't stress your kid out about potty training this will only add to the problem.

What is your advice?