Win a Free Bean Bag Chair From AHH! Products

We were contacted awhile back by a company that creates bean bag chairs.  Some of their work has been seen and used by: Saturday Night Live, Google, The Smithsonian, GQ Magazine, Modern Bride Magazine, Jim Henson Co. (Muppets), Hilary Duff, Ted Nugent, Washington Post, WB TV Network, Hanes Underwear, Pepsi, John Travolta + Kelly Preston, Kid Rock, 3 Doors Down, Macy Gray, Pink, Smothers Brothers, Metallica, and Jessica Alba.

Now, what do bean bags chairs have to do with Autism? 

Well,  they have worked with parents of Autistic children and have been told that their chairs are very helpful.  Not only do they provide a comfortable, safe, and cozy place for a child to call his own – but they also help with increasing a childs focus (as hard/traditional chairs don’t allow kids to reposition so they get frustrated).

We like the idea of bean bag chairs, don’t you?  So AHH! Products is offering a bean bag chair for free!

Because of this, we are going to have a free giveaway! – They will provide a bean bag chair and they will ship it to the winner.

To participate in this giveaway, you have to be over 18, and live in the contiguous USA.

So, want to win one?  

Go to our Facebook Fan page, and give us your e-mail address. 
Here’s the link:  http://www.facebook.com/autisable

We’ll notify the winner and give AHH! Products the winning e-mail address so they can make arrangements.

Good Luck!

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2 thoughts on “Win a Free Bean Bag Chair From AHH! Products

  • October 25, 2011 at 4:26 am
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    I’d love to enter but i feel an autistic child would appreciate this gift more than a college student. Best of luck to the parents who enter for their children!

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