June 19, 2014

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Press Release Archive 

 

Television 

The CW (WCCB TV)

Carolina & Company TV Show

CBS (WPRI) - The Rhode Show

Family Travel TV:

Blogs

Games Fiends Blog

http://gamesfiends.com/2014/12/15/budstraps-audio-accessory-review/ 

 

Beth Fish Reads (Blogger Review)

http://www.bethfishreads.com/2014/12/product-review-budstraps.html

 

Just Luxe (Annual Audio Gift Guide)

http://www.justluxe.com/community/holiday-audio-gift-guide_a_1957790.php#

 

The Golf Blogger

https://twitter.com/golfbloggercom/status/540235202988363777

 

Dad of Divas (Daddy Blogger)

http://dadofdivas-reviews.blogspot.com/2014/11/budstraps-power-to-move-key-to-change.html

Pinay Cooking

http://www.pinaycookingcorner.com/2014/11/budstraps-offering-safety-convenience.html 

The Running Griffin

http://therunninggriffin.com/2014/11/17/support-the-kickstarter-campaign-for-budstraps/

Review from The Droid Lawyer on our Prototype

http://thedroidlawyer.com/2014/11/product-review-budstraps/ 

 

Forces of Geek's Facebook page: 
https://www.facebook.com/forcesofgeek/posts/10152885737109917

 

Industry Reviews

BikeRumor.com (150k followers)

http://www.bikerumor.com/2014/11/19/kickstarter-keep-your-earbuds-in-place-with-budstraps

 

AGWired

http://www.agwired.com/2014/11/18/budstraps-for-your-ear-buds/

 

Texas Lifestyle Magazine

https://www.facebook.com/TexasLifestyleMagazine

 

W♥M

We Heart Music

http://weheartmusic.typepad.com/blog/2014/11/budstraps.html 

 

Twitter: Rachel Rothman (Director of Product @ Good Housekeeping Magazine)

Josh Malina - TV star of West Wing & Scandal

https://twitter.com/JoshMalina/status/536951750734143488

Run Safe - Tips from the Pros on Earbud Safety

We're constantly compiling tips for your safety in using your earbuds for workouts and daily use...we'd love any suggestions to add to our list...

 - Many women run with one earphone in their ear and the other tucked under a bra strap, thinking it's safer than using both buds. But that's not the case, since the brain relies on both ears to determine which direction a noise is coming from. - Women's Health Magazine

- Please use just one earbud, for safety’s sake, if you’re going to listen to music while you ride. The right ear is probably better, since most bike lanes are on the right; this leaves your open left ear facing traffic. - Bike Safe Boston


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