NEW IBERIA, La. – Mother of Eden, the makers of the patented FuzziBunz® pocket diaper system, today announces it has signed a one-year sponsorship deal with Baby Loves Disco. The deal calls for FuzziBunz®’s sole sponsorship of the Baby Loves Disco diaper changing stations starting in September 2007.
The newly designed FuzziBunz® Diaper Changing Stations include specific areas set aside at each disco venue for parents to change their babies’ dirty diapers, thus ensuring that even the littlest dancers are entitled to a clean and safe place to change their wet and poopy garbs.
Baby Loves Disco, the brainchild of dancer and mom, Heather Murphy Monteith, has been transforming city night clubs into child-proof discos for toddlers, pre-schoolers and their parents for the past several years. This season, which runs from September 2007 through August 2008, includes events in 16 U.S. cities including Atlanta, Brooklyn, Boston, Boulder, Chicago, Houston, Manhattan, Minneapolis, Orlando, Philadelphia, Portland, San Diego, San Francisco, and Seattle.
Murphy Monteith says, “We are excited to bring the FuzziBunz® experience to the fun-spirited families that attend Baby Loves Disco events. As a family that uses FuzziBunz® ourselves, we have reaped the many cost and environmental benefits that come along with cloth diapering. We believe that the FuzziBunz® brand strongly compliments the worldly atmosphere we are trying to create at our high-energy dance events and we are proud to have Mother of Eden on-board as the sponsor of our diaper changing stations.”
Tereson Dupuy, the inventor of FuzziBunz® diapers, says partnering with Baby Loves Disco offers a unique opportunity for families to learn about today’s modern diaper options. “Many parents don’t realize that cloth diapering can be an easy and convenient alternative to disposables. Long gone are the cloth diapers with pins, Velcro, and plastic pants,” Dupuy says. “Rather, FuzziBunz® diapers are soft, easy to use, and convenient to care for and wash. And best of all, FuzziBunz® diapers deter millions of diapers from entering our landfills each year, something we can all be proud of.”