WIN The Iconic Bugaboo Cameleon Stroller: The Only Stroller You'll Ever Need

We love to provide our dear Babble readers with unique, incredible giveaways — especially now that the Holidays are around the corner — so when the always-desirable Bugaboo came to us and offered one of the most iconic strollers of all time, we were awe-struck.

Read on to see why the Bugaboo Cameleon is so popular, and how to win this celebrated baby stroller:

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While the price tag isn’t always feasible, the Bugaboo Cameleon is one of the most sought-after strollers on the market, taking you through every stage of your baby’s life. In fact, Bugaboo users claim that it’s the only baby stroller they’ll ever need. So to celebrate the legacy of the Cameleon, Bugaboo launched the All-In-One-and-Only Campaign, featuring real Bugaboo-using families around the world.

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It isn’t just celebrities and the elite that benefit from the innovative design, off-the-chart features and unparalleled style of a Bugaboo — it’s ordinary parents with ordinary needs. We could tell you how incredible the Bugaboo Cameleon is, but you can see for yourself:

To further add to their All-In-One-and-Only campaign, Bugaboo launched a brand new, interactive Facebook app where Bugaboo Cameleon users can post questions, answers, tips and tricks in order to learn from one another and share experiences.

So do you want one yet? To win a fully-loaded Bugaboo Cameleon (worth $979), here’s what you have to do:

1. Comment below on which specific Bugaboo Cameleon feature would improve your life; and

2. For extra points, become a fan of Bugaboo on Facebook and tell us what part of the new Bugaboo Facebook App you would find the most useful.

**Did you hear that Gwen Stefani designed a one-of-a-kind Bugaboo Cameleon for World AIDS Day 2010 (today!), which is being auctioned off right now? See this incredibly edgy and cool stroller here, and find out where to place your bid! 100% of the proceeds will go to the Global Fund, working to eliminate mother-to-child HIV transmissions by 2015.

Article Posted 6 years Ago

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