Archive for December, 2008

Bumble Launches Factory Outlet: 40%-70% off

Tuesday, December 30th, 2008

We are launching our Factory Outlet on Dec 29, 2008 at 10am PST and run thru Jan 11, 2009 at midnight PST.



The site will have a link from our main site so you can visit to link directly to The Bumble Factory Outlet – it has the Bumble Collection diaper bags and children’s accessories that will be from 40% to 70% off – this is quite the opportunity to score an incredible diaper bag and/ or accessories! Product available for sale on this site can range from items that are slightly flawed to items that are a discontinued seasonal favorite.

The site will offer all the celebrity faves and must have discontinued Bumble products. The Bumble Factory Outlet will hold a limited amount of sales throughout the year.

Portions of the proceeds will benefit local children’s charities including Horizons for Homeless.

Our primary purpose of creating The Bumble Outlet was to find an alternative way to reach out to organizations in need. A portion of the proceeds incurred from this site benefit many charities such as Horizons Homeless Children. Horizons provide homeless children in Massachusetts with the nurturing, stimulation and opportunities for early education and play that all children need to learn and grow in healthy ways.

To visit the Bumble Factory Outlet, click here.

To read more about Horizons for Homeless Children, click here.

Celeb Sighting: Priestly wears Bumble Bag.

Thursday, December 11th, 2008

Naomi, daughter Ava and husband Jason Priestly were recently spotted doing some supermarket shopping. Naomi Lowde Priestly was wearing a Bumble Bag- Madeline Pink Paisley. The Madeline Pink Paisley sells for $108 MSRP

To see more celeb pics from Limelight, click here.

Latest Bumble Review: Mama Manifesto

Friday, December 5th, 2008

Mama Manifesto blog spot recently reviewed our Jessica Messenger backpack. Featured in Midnight Garden below.

Here’s their review:

Bumble Bags is known for making uber-soft carseat covers in hip fabrics, but we think their diaper bags deserve a nod, too. Their Jessica Messenger Bag is an exercise in mama functionality. It’s really a 3-in-1 bag: it can be used as a shoulder bag, a backpack, or a stroller bag. It attaches to a stroller with ease, which is great for when you want easy access to your essentials without digging around in the basket underneath the stroller.

There are lots of the bells and whistles we love with this diaper bag. It comes with an attached diaper changing pad that zips off, so you can use unfold it with diaper bag attached, or remove it to fit on a standard bathroom changing station. It’s easy to open and close and easy to reach all the necessities without a lot of digging.

With Bumble Bags cute new florals, there is a print to please everyone. But almost as great as their pretty fabric is how easily it cleans. The fabric wipes right up, but remains incredibly soft. The trick is that they’ve used special technology to weave water resistant & stain resistant protection into fabric, instead of being covered in plastic like some other diaper bags that will remain unmentioned. And we love that it doesn’t look like a diaper bag, and could be repurposed after the diaper stage as a weekend tote or laptop bag.- Mama Manifesto





To visit Mama Manifesto, click here.