Myweeteepee launches 2016 Blogger Programme

Known as The Teepee Peeps, the bloggers will provide product reviews by working in partnership with Myweeteepee.
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Children’s teepee vendor Myweeteepee has announced the launch of its 2016 Blogger Programme, which will see a panel of bloggers working alongside the firm to raise awareness of its products.

The parent bloggers, known as The Teepee Peeps, will provide product reviews by working in partnership with Myweeteepee to create stories and adventures around the teepees.

The Teepee Peeps include Laura Wilson from Wafflemama, Katy Flint from What Katy Said, Alice Young from New Young Mum and Jenny Eaves from Monkey & Mouse.

Kate Janach, founder at Myweeteepee, said: “Our Teepees offer so many childhood opportunities for creating memories and imagination building so we were keen to work with trusted partners, who would love and embrace our product as much as we do.

“We completely believe in blogger power for parents and know just how important word of mouth is, so creating a core group parent bloggers was a natural and exiting step for us. We can’t wait to get started.”


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