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Thursday, August 1, 2013

Picnicking or the Market - The Fresh Market Thermal from Thirty-One is a Great Choice - Review & Giveaway - 8/23 US - FREE Shipping During the Giveaway Event

Many thanks to Kristen Rasmussen, an independent consultant of Thirty-One Gifts, for giving me a Fresh Market Thermal in exchange for my honest opinion.

I have a large family that is still at home, and shopping is a big event almost every two days it seems like.  I need something that is fashionable and will keep my cold groceries cold to bring them home in.  Also, we love to go out as a family to someplace special and have a picnic.  I wanted something to bring with us that is sweeter and better looking than an ice chest to picnic with.  I found the solution in one place and one bag: the Fresh Market Thermal from Thirty-One.

I love this bag to go shopping in and to go on a picnic.  The Fresh Market Thermal from Thirty-One really works for us.  It is big and roomy on the inside.  We can really stuff it with all of our picnic needs, and I can get all of my fruits, vegetables, and frozen items in to bring home from the store.  It keeps the frozen items frozen for my 20 minute ride home from the store.  I also feel quite fashionable with it around since it looks so much better and contemporary than having a thermal with a store's advertisement all over it. (Who wants to pay for a bag to advertise a store??).

We took the Fresh Market Thermal back with us on our road trip to New Jersey.  Above you see it at a picnic area in the middle of Kansas.  (Beautiful corn field in background.)  It was so useful to us at each and every lunch we spent going to and from New Jersey.  The long straps made it effortless to to lift out of the car and take to the table. 

Have a potluck and want to keep your dishes hot?  The Fresh Market Thermal will also keep your dishes just right for the dinner you need to take something to.  It is big enough on the inside to carry two 9X13 pans.   It is also a bit expandable, and will carry 2-liter bottles, too.  It comes in three different patterns.  I have the Pink Pop Medallion.  Then there is the Navy Cross Pop and the Party Punch.  the Fresh Market Thermal is priced at only $50.  It can be personalized with an Icon-It symbol and embroidery for an additional cost.

This month, Thirty-One is introducing a new line of purses for the Girl on the Go.  There purse selection now is one of the best that I have seen recently.   The line is chic and modern.  Perfect to take with you anywhere.   As an introductory special, for every $35 you spend at Thirty-One in the month of August, you can select any purse for 50% Off!  Check out the new Girl on the Go purse line in the video below.

Ordering is easy!  Just contact Consultant Kristen Rasmussen, a working mother of two children, and she will be happy to help you.  To get in touch with Kristen, just click here for Kristen's Thirty-One.  Would you like to speak with her, just give her a call at (209)747-2983, or you can email Kristen at  Join Kristen's Facebook Group, Kristen's Creative Totes, Purses, and More, for all the latest news and specials for Thirty-One.

Order with Kristen Rasmussen this month, and get FREE Shipping during this giveaway event using my special link: Royalegacy Reviews and More FREE SHIPPING with Kristen.

Giveaway Event!

One person is going to win a Thirty-One Fresh Market Thermal.  Thank you, Kristen!  This giveaway will end on August 23, 2013, and is open to US residents only.

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