Heads Up On New SafetyTat Designs For National Safety Month And Giveaway

by Valerie, Mom Knows It All

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Back in January I did a SafetyTat review on Val’s Views. SafetyTats are colorful kids temporary safety tattoos. I found them to be a terrific, valuable and useful product for any family with children, especially families with special needs children. Safety Tats waterproof temporary tattoos for children. They can be ordered with your phone number preprinted or blank so you can write your phone number yourself. There’s a large selection of designs including ones for allergies, diabetes, autism, non-verbal and diabetes.

June is National Safety Month. What better time for SafetyTat to release 9 new Quick Stick Write-on! Designs! These designs were launched today. Check out the press release.

Parents Find SafetyTat A “Must-Have” During National Safety Month

SafetyTat’s products are to be worn on a child’s arm or hand, and simply feature a parent’s mobile telephone number, making the child easily findable should they become separated. The product line also expands to other safety alerts for allergies, Autism and special needs. New to the product line is the proprietary waterless “Quick Stick” tattoo, allowing immediate, on-the-go safety–perfect for when a child is with a caregiver other than the parent.

Parents love them for their convenience and practicality and kids love them–not just for the cool designs–but for the empowerment and sense of security they provide.

Krug, age 5, became separated from his family at a crowded beach, while wearing his SafetyTat. Krug’s mom, Jennifer, recounts, “As I started to panic, I heard my cell phone ringing back on my towel. I ran to get the phone, and it was a lifeguard calling me. He said, ‘Your son is here with me. He couldn’t find your spot on the beach.'” Jennifer adds, “I was so relieved. And better yet, my son didn’t panic. He told me, ‘Mommy, I got lost, but I knew just what to do. I told the life guard to call you.'”

According to statistics from The Center to Prevent Lost Children, 90% of all parents will experience an unplanned separation from a child at some point. That separation–no matter how brief–is gut-wrenching for parents.

Michele Welsh, mother of three children and Founder of SafetyTat said, “There is no better feeling than to know your product has helped reunite hundreds of wandering children with their caregivers.”

SafetyTat products are sold online at www.safetytat.com, and are also available at numerous water parks, theme parks, museums and specialty children’s retailers nationwide.

During National Safety Month and the height of the travel season, there is no better time to equip parents and caregivers than with “The Tat That Brings Kids BackTM.”


Want to buy some now? You can get a discount of 15% off your $15 or more purchase of SafetyTats. Just use code VALMG09 ( this is a case sensitive code) when you check out. This coupon is valid until 07/04/09.


Three winners will each receive one package of SafetyTat’s new 6 multi design pack.


To enter visit the Safety Tat website and take a look around. Then come back here and leave a comment on this post telling me which design you like and who you’d use these on.


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pat. June 6, 2009 - 6:45 am

The idea is intreguing but what information should be listed so publically but safely.

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Marci June 6, 2009 - 8:48 am

Girl Travel 6-pack would work grat on my two daughters.

Marci June 6, 2009 - 8:49 am


renee June 7, 2009 - 9:12 pm

I like the Mischief Mouse design, and I’d use them on my daughter at Disney this year.

renee June 7, 2009 - 9:18 pm

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renee June 7, 2009 - 9:39 pm

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xenia June 8, 2009 - 11:23 am

I like the Quick Stick Write-On! Multi-Design 18-pack because my daughters would really like all the fun animals and pictures, plus they look really easy to use. It’s nice that you are able to write the phone number on each time because then they could be used when my girls are with my husband or mother-in-law, etc. Thanks!

sandra June 11, 2009 - 8:58 am

i like the Stanley Train tat and i’d use them on the boys when we’re on vacation

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