If you have a holiday gift guide on your blog, you can submit your details here, so that companies can easily find you. Make sure to leave a way that the companies can contact you with product submissions.

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Yes, I plan to have one this year. This group sounds fun!

Kangaroo Mama will be hosting a 2012 Holiday Guide Magazine. Sponsors that are featured in the guide will have a photo of their product, link to their website, and a description included in the guide.  Products will be classified into different categories (ie. Gifts for kids, moms, etc) in the guide.  The categories in the Holiday Guide will actually depend on the items being featured in the guide. So even though there will have a general category for example, Gifts for Moms, they will be broken out into sub-categories like Foodie, Personalized Gifts, Hostess, etc.  You can find information about the Holiday Guide here:  http://www.kangaroomama.com/presenting-kangaroo-mamas-holiday-guide...  

Please feel free to contact me (kangaroomamajourney@gmail.com) should you have any questions about the guide.  I look forward to hearing from you soon!

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