Hybrid Mom Magazine Launch Party a Huge Success

Hybrid Mom Magazine Launch Party a Huge Success
Los Angeles, CA, April 17, 2007 --(PR.com)-- Acting on the true meaning of Hybrid, the Hybrid Mom launch party at Smashbox Studios in Culver City, brought together people and moms of all kinds. In attendance, soon-to-be Hollywood Hybrid Mom, Megyn Price, from the hit CBS series Rules of Engagement, corporate mom executives from: Disney Corp, PR and Media companies, writers, and entrepreneurs, in addition to Gymboree Play & Music moms, Yahoo! Group moms and a few Hybrid Hubbies!

All guests enjoyed delicious food catered by GoodFood Catering, liquor sponsored by 267 Infusions, water sponsored by Hint, juice sponsored by Izze, and raffles benefiting Gal-to-Gal Foundation for stage 4 breast cancer. Raffles included products from: smashbox cosmetics (who also set up two stations with talented make up artists for a quick 5-10 minute makeover for all guests who wanted to participate), Lilly Gold, Mop Top Hair Care, Boon, Go Baby, Bigelow Tea Company, Motorola, Skip*Hop, Debbie Brooks, Hot Toddies, & Royal Heine.

Goodie bags were an amazing hit – filled with products from: Snapfish, Embrace Sweets, Tatutina, D_parture Spa, Gymboree, The Safe Side, Thingamakid, Design-her-Gals, BooJee Beads & Smashbox Cosmetics. Adorable pink and brown canvas bag was sponsored by Say No More! Promotions.

An East Coast Launch Party is scheduled for May 17th at The Puck Building in Manhattan.

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For every mother struggling to balance work, family, home and life - celebrating: Hybrid Mom. Hybrid Mom will specifically deal with issues relevant to women balancing home and work schedules while addressing the needs of their families and themselves. Produced by Moms-for-Profit, a marketing and consulting company, and distributed at more than 300 Gymboree Play and Music locations across the United States, Hybrid Mom will draw from Moms-for-Profit’s deep knowledge of mothers and provide a voice to the fusion of roles represented in motherhood today. www.hybridmom.com

Stacey Smith