‘Changing Diapers’ by Kelly Wels Has Earned the Coveted Parent Tested Parent Approved Seal of Approval
WATERFORD, Maine, Nov. 16, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Kelly Wels, founder of Green Team Enterprises and KellysCloset.com, is excited to announce that her new book, Changing Diapers: The Hip Mom’s Guide to Modern Cloth Diapering, has been awarded the PTPA Winner’s Seal of Approval.
Changing Diapers was among many entries from across North America competing to earn the PTPA(TM) Seal. Because independent parent volunteers evaluate these products in their own homes, PTPA winners are chosen based on merit and consumer experience — not on commercial considerations. As a result, the program has quickly gained recognition as an international leader in certifying consumer products for quality, effectiveness and value.
Being honored with the influential Seal of Approval from PTPA Media Inc. is a huge achievement for a product geared to families, children or parents. “I couldn’t be happier to have had my book chosen as a PTPA winner!” says Wels.
“At PTPA Media, we are proud to play a role in certifying innovative products that families can trust,” says Sharon Vinderine, CEO and founder of PTPA Media Inc. “When consumers search for our Seal of Approval on product packaging and websites, they are essentially searching for validation from their peers. Their peers will have objectively tested and approved these products based on their performance in a real-life environment. That type of resource for families is priceless.”
PTPA Media provides an objective framework for appraising and promoting new products designed to enrich family living. The company’s mission is to marry innovative companies with discerning consumers, to improve consumer access to quality products and services for their families and homes. For more information, visit http://www.PTPAMedia.com.
Changing Diapers discusses every aspect of modern cloth diapers. Today’s modern cloth diapers are a far cry from the white prefolds, sharp pins, and rubber pants many people envision. Cloth diapers today are easy, fun, fashionable, and budget friendly. A family can save up to $2,000 per child over disposables.
“As the depressed state of the economy butts up against the ecological green movement, more eco-friendly and cost-conscious moms tend to be looking at cloth diapers as a way to save money and the environment,” says Wels. “Modern cloth diapers are really hip, functional, and work just as well as, if not better than, disposables.”
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