Liberty Bottleworks Launches Kids Line

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It is super important for me to make sure my kids are eating and drinking healthy foods. As it's the same for what they are drinking and eating these foods from. We know how harmful BPA is to us, so I always make sure we are equipped with a BPA-free water bottles and having a kids friendly appeal to them only makes it better.

Liberty Bottleworks is launching a new children's line of 16oz bottles, and to celebrate the new kid specific designs, the company is hosting a "Back to School Art Contest" to give an aspiring artist a chance for their work to be featured on a limited edition Liberty Bottle. The new line of kids bottles from Liberty boasts the same features found on the companies other models: BPA-Free, recycled aluminum construction, tapered neck for easy pouring and dent resistant design.

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Liberty Bottleworks company was founded in 2010. The company believes that the best products are made in America by American workers. With that commitment to domestic machinery, raw materials, technology, and manpower, Liberty Bottleworks makes the industry's only completely BPA-free metal water bottle from 100% recycled aluminum at their factory in Yakima, Washington. Not only are the bottles made well but the patterns and designs make these bottles super cool looking. The 16oz children size bottles will retail for $18 and are available at the Liberty Bottlework website.

Check out Liberty's Facebook page to see which design was chosen. Liberty Bottleworks is also donating seven dollars from each limited edition bottle sold to the winners school's art program. 

Brianne was once a fashion showroom owner now turned mom and blogger/writer. She lives in NYC with her husband and two children, and enjoys her fast paced city life. Her blog Stroller In The City boasts about kids fashion and things that are mommy. Find her on twitter @strollerincity.

Momtrends was not paid for this post. We did receive a bottle for the purpose of this review. 

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