TORONTO, July 10 /CNW/ - CanadianParents.com, Canada's number one online
parenting community, has launched a free club, the first of its kind in
Canada. Named the "Clutter Control Club", this interactive online club offers
a foolproof system for organizing your home and creating a functional family
space that stands the test of time.
Club members begin with a 28-day boot camp consisting of daily email
checkups, quick daily missions and opportunities to share their progress with
other members through blogging, message boards and a unique photo sharing
platform. The club "home", consists of helpful articles and tips to assist
members as they progress through their journey of reclaiming their space. At
the end of the Clutter Control boot camp, members are kept informed via
bi-weekly emails with handy tips and small projects to fit the season and
their family's busy life.
Members also benefit from monthly draws consisting of prizes to enhance
their newly organized home.
Since launching in mid-April 2008, over 1200 members have joined the
"CanadianParents.com is a grassroots website that has been meeting the
peer-to-peer needs of Canadian families for more than a decade," says Tracy
Keleher, Founder and Editorial Director. "Helping families organize their
lives by reclaiming their homes and having time for what matters most, is a
natural extension of our community. Enabling our members to interact and share
their progress adds another dimension of accomplishment to their Clutter
Control Club experience."
Online since June 1996, CanadianParents.com is an online community
designed specifically to meet the needs of Canadian families. While it
provides a wealth of parenting information, it is the thriving online
community that sets this website apart. CanadianParents.com is managed by the
Today's Parent Group of magazines. Both CanadianParents.com and the Today's
Parent Group are owned by Rogers Publishing Limited, a division of Rogers
Media Inc. Now years later, CanadianParents.com is still managed by its
original team members and continues to provide a site run by parents for
parents. For more information, visit www.CanadianParents.com.
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For further information: or to book interviews, contact: Nichola
Anderson at (416) 764-2069, firstname.lastname@example.org