Monday, October 31, 2011

How Warm Is the Car Seat Poncho?

A partial map of places where Car Seat Ponchos are being used.

Plenty warm enough for Minnesota, Alaska, and British Columbia, where sub-zero cold is a fact of life.  Lucy, a mom from Saskatchewan, Canada, wrote:
"It's warmer than a winter coat, in fact, because I don't have to take it off at all!"
Taking your child's coat off in the car releases their body heat into thin air (literally). The Car Seat Poncho is made of two layers of heavyweight fleece, and goes on your child before you leave your house. As the poncho is draped around the seat and your child is being buckled, their warmth fills and spreads through the entire space underneath the poncho.
Car Seat Ponchos are keeping children warm in frigid place like:
  • ALASKA: Sitka, Juneau
  • COLORADO: Aurora, Brighton, Broomfield, Conifer, Granby, Grand Junction, Longmont, Peyton, Snowmass, Denver
  • MICHIGAN: Dearborn Heights, Farmington Hills, Fenton, Howell, Kalamazoo, Mount Pleasant, Pinckney, Saginaw, Saint Joseph, Taylor
  • MINNESOTA: Maple Grove, Minneapolis, Ramsey
  • NORTH DAKOTA: Grand Forks
  • NEBRASKA: Bennington, Papillon, Omaha
  • SOUTH DAKOTA: Brandon
  • WISCONSIN: Amherst, Appletown, Edgerton, Muskego, Racine, Saint Francis, Sheboygan, Superior, Waukesha
  • CANADA: Alberta, Ontario, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Calgary
This is just a partial list. Add your city and state, too!

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