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gDiapers Booty Call

Apparently size doesn't matter as far as gDiapers is concerned.  They're looking for ages all sizes and shapes.  There's been much discussion about them here and even one dating back to November 2005 here.  The good folks at gDiapers are looking to innovate, and we're more than happy to help spread the word.  Read on:

gDiapers is looking for babies from newborn through to 3 years old to do some “fit testing” of our new product designs.  We are an environmentally friendly diaper company from Australia and are welcoming mums/dads and bubs who may or may not be gDiaper users.

We will be having an open house next Wednesday at our office/home in Northwest Portland.  Come over and meet other like minded parents, let the kids play, enjoy some healthy snacks, and check out our new work space (the historic “White House” on the corner of NW 24th and NW Lovejoy).

The fit testing itself will only take a few minutes, but feel free to stay as long as you like!

Please rsvp to karen@gdiapers.com, with your name and your childs name, age, and approximate weight.  Again, we really are looking for all shapes and sizes so feel free to bring your friends!

P.S. For those who are interested, we will provide coupons to purchase gDiapers (no pressure…promise!)

Date:                Wednesday, February 21, 2007
Time:                9am – 12pm
Location:          gHQ – 2415 NW Lovejoy St.
Tel:                   503-546-4666


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Just so you know- I have ALWAYS LOVED your house...its so gorgeous. Everytime I am near there I see and wish it were mine :)

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