Where Can YOU Play and Refuel? – Thanks to OgoSport #PlayRefuel
Coming off of the summer travel season, and heading into the holiday travel season, it’s always important to know where you can go to play and refuel. I don’t just mean the fuel for your car either! When you’re traveling with a family, or just exploring your hometown, knowing the places to go to stretch your legs, play a little game, and the refresh with good for you food, can really make the whole experience.
I’ve had the chance to work with OgoSport recently, which is how I heard about their PlayRefuel campaign. For starters, let me introduce you to OgoSport. When I first got our OgoSport, I had no idea what to do. Then, after giving it to my son, I quickly realized this was a multi-functional, age limitless toy (obviously as long as it’s safe), that was going to be a lot of fun in our family. With OgoSport, you can Frisbee toss, badminton hit, or even catcher’s mitt style catch, a specialized ball. SO much fun!
We can take our OgoSport just about anywhere. It’s light and durable. That means it’s easy to stick in just about any bag or backpack. How do you know where to go with OgoSport, though. If you’re out and about, where can you pull in to get some energy and wiggles out? That’s what Play and Refuel is all about. They have an online resource where you can find great places to play… or get some good healthy refreshing refueling.
What’s even better? YOU can help build the Play and Refuel network. You can submit your favorite playgrounds, parks, and outdoor spaces (Play). You can also share your favorite places to grab a bite to eat with your kids(Refuel). Submit your suggestions via Twitter with the hashtag #playrefuel or on your own Facebook page while tagging OgoSport.
About Ashley (Managing Editor at MomStart): Ashley is a mom, wife, sister, daughter, friend, and former teacher working to navigate through the mysterious world of Mommyia. Read more about her adventures atMomicles and follow her @Momicles2010 .
A product was provided for review. All opinions are my own.