ViveVita Releases Bilingual French/English Packaging in Response to Canadian Market Demand

ViveVita, llc, a woman owned, Mom-entrepreneur company, and the makers of Bandette sippy cup labels, Bandle baby bottle labels, and Gripsterz the child leash alternative, responded to demand for product from the Canadian market and released all three products with bilingual French/English packaging. - August 04, 2010

ViveVita, Maker of Bandette™ Sippy Cup Labels, Responds to Market Demand and Releases Bandle™ Baby Bottle Labels

Robyn Pellei, mother of 9 young children and founder and CEO of ViveVita, announces the release of Bandle™ baby bottle labels. These fit standard sized baby bottles as well as smaller diameter bottles such as Dr. Brown's. "Bandette™ Sippy Cup Labels were designed for larger diameter and standard sized children's drink cups, but that left a gap for the smaller bottles. Bandle™ baby bottle bands fill that gap for our customers." --Robyn Pellei, MompreneurPlus9, CEO of ViveVita, llc. - July 15, 2010

ViveVita's Bandette(TM) Sippy Cup and Baby Bottle Labels Win iParenting Media Award

Bandette™ sippy cup and baby bottle label bands were recognized by iParenting Media Awards as an Outstanding Product in the feeding category for the age range of birth to 10 years. Bandette™ sippy cup and baby bottle labels are the only cup and bottle labeling bands with a distinctive character face and color that lets children identify their own cup, even before they can read. - June 16, 2010

Robyn Pellei, Stay-at-Home, Home-School Mother of 9 Children Wins National Mom Entrepreneur Contest

Robyn Pellei, CEO of ViveVita (roughly translated "Living Life") won First Place in the 2010 Business Baby Shower nation-wide competition for Mompreneurs. - June 10, 2010

Gripsterz, the Fun, Enjoyable Alternative to a Child’s Leash is Launched by ViveVita... Just in Time for Father's Day and Summer Travel

Adorable Monkey Character Handle and Walking Rope System Helps Keep Families Together While Traveling, and Avoids the Social Stigma of an Involuntary Child Leash, Tether, or Harness. - June 04, 2010

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