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Morning Chicness Bags a Huge Hit with Celebrities at Pre-Golden Globes Event

Celebrities rave about Morning Chicness Bags at the 2011 Boom Boom Room Gifting Suite

PRLog - Jan. 16, 2011 - VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- Morning Chicness Bags was proud to be a sponsor of the pre-Golden Globes celebrity gifting event, The Boom Boom Room, which took place in Los Angeles on January 14th and 15th, 2011. At the posh invitation-only event geared towards celebrities with babies and kids, Morning Chicness Bags, showcased their disposable sick bags designed for chic expectant mothers.

Morning Chicness Bags were a huge hit among the celebrities and many admitted that they suffered from awful morning sickness themselves. Actress Nicole Sullivan stated that the bags were so cute and that she suffered from bad morning sickness. Mark Wahlberg’s wife, model Rhea Durham and mother of four, also had morning sickness and stated, “I could have used these a long time ago!“ Morning Chicness Bags are compact, leak-proof sick bags that can be conveniently slipped into any pocket or handbag and easily disposed of afterwards. The bags are available in several cute and trendy patterns.

Some of the other celebrities who took home Morning Chicness Bags were: Nancy O’Dell, host of the new Oprah Winfrey Network’s “Your OWN Show” and Entertainment Tonight, actor James van der Beek and wife Kimberly Brook, actor Chad Lowe of  “Pretty Little Liars” and his wife Kim Painter, actress Tiffani Thiessen, Ever Carradine, Tisha Campbell-Martin, and Mayim Bialik.

“We were so honored to receive an exclusive invitation to this fabulous event!” says Morning Chicness Bags founder and president, Tara Ramos, who attended the event and discussed her product with the celebrities. Ramos suffered from Hyperemesis Gravidarum during her pregnancy, which is an extreme form of morning sickness. She developed the bags after her pregnancy because she found that she had a lot of anxiety when out in public and frequently needed a place to urgently vomit.

The dazzling event was hosted by Jayneoni Moore, Hollywood’s premiere baby style insider, at The Mark in Los Angeles. The event which featured the hottest maternity and baby products was a giant playdate for celebrities and their whole families. The pre-Golden Globes Boom Boom Room event, in its 6th year, raised money to support the Jayneoni Moore Children’s Fund which is dedicated to improving literacy in low-income area classrooms.

Morning Chicness Bags are unique and practical maternity gifts. They are also biodegradable and are more eco-friendly than the messy plastic bags that many women resort to using when sick. Morning Chicness Bags can be purchased online at http://www.morningchicnessbags.com and at selected retailers listed on the website. Not just for wealthy celebrities, a pack of 20 bags is only $12.95 and are also available in other quantities.

For additional information on this product, visit http://www.morningchicnessbags.com.

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About Morning Chicness Bags:

Morning Chicness Bags was founded by Tara Ramos in 2008 after she was pregnant and very sick. She suffered from a severe form of morning sickness, called Hyperemesis Gravidarum and desperately needed vomit bags. After delivering a healthy baby, she decided to design a bag that is convenient, affordable and stylish for women to carry. Tara then conceived Morning Chicness Bags, a home-based company in Vancouver, Canada.

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