Friday, May 7, 2010

Clean that Closet Challenge

Space Bag, a brand of compressible storage bagsImage via Wikipedia

Let’s be honest, cleaning out the closet isn’t exactly an idea that thrills most people, but it’s a task most of us try to tackle during spring cleaning. With this in mind, Space Bag is hosting a contest that encourages people to conquer their closets and receive a chance to get organized with some great prizes.

The Clean That Closet Challenge launched through Space Bag’s online community, Space Savers, and encourages anyone with a messy closet in need of a little organization to enter this makeover challenge.

The winnings are big:
  • the first 100 applicants win Space Bag products (retail value 15$)
  • one grand-prize winner receives a private consultation with a professional organizer,
    a $1,000 gift card to Bed, Bath & Beyond and
    enough Space Bag products (retail value 500$) to organize their entire home!

Space Bag is dedicated to helping busy moms keep their homes organized and save space, and would love your help spreading the word about the Clean That Closet Challenge. Would you consider sharing this with your readers?

To learn more about the challenge or to enter it yourself (until 30th June 2010), visit
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