Fifty cities across the country will host events throughout May 2017 for new and expecting moms. BLOOM, presented by City Moms Blog Network, aims to connect moms face to face with other moms in their communities. Participating moms will enjoy learning about area resources, receiving swag from City Moms Blog Network local and national partners, and connecting with other moms.
City Moms Blog Network is a fast-growing national network of parenting resource websites. Each of the nearly 70 sites nationwide are owned and operated by a local mom who recruits more local moms to contribute content and offer expertise in all topics associated with motherhood. (Alas, we don’t have one here in Fresno yet.)
All City Moms Blog Network site owners are connected to a network of like-minded entrepreneurs running sites across the country. This community of moms, all dedicated to connecting moms in their own cities, work together to make sure each site is successful.
“One of our primary goals of this network is to connect moms at the local level,” said Stephanie Flies, mom of three and City Moms Blog Network founder and director. “We want moms to come out from behind their computer screen and shake hands with other women in the same life stage. Relationships are vital to mothers and we are so excited to provide this opportunity for connection.”
New and expecting mothers must register online prior to the event through their local City Moms Blog Network site. A list of participating cities with details of their events, can be found here. BLOOM is made possible by several City Moms Blog Network national partners including: Fresh Wave, Austlen Baby Co., and Halo – to name a few. A complete list of sponsors can be found here.
“The generosity of our national sponsors helps us pull together an event of this magnitude,” said Brooke Meabon, City Moms Blog Network Sales Director. “These brands, targeted to new moms, believe in our mission to connect moms to one another and help us champion that cause.”
City Moms Blog Network connects moms to information and parenting perspectives unique to the communities in which they live; to support women in the growth of their online businesses and help brands reach their audience.