Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Want to talk to a reporter about CPSIA?

I just got off the phone with a reporter from a national media source. I'm not at liberty to say which one at this point. However, he is looking to speak with a few other people whose businesses are in jeopardy due to the CPSIA.

If you are interested in speaking to him, please send your full name, phone number, and website to me via email at buggalove@gmail.com. Please send a short blurb on how the CPSIA will affect your business and your family (i.e. will the income loss be hurtful?). Don't wait, if you're interested send me your information now! I promised him I'd be in touch shortly with interested parties.

Additionally, I'm still taking questions for my next article on CPSIA FAQs! Free free to submit them via email. Thanks so much for all the emails about how much you're enjoying my blog. I really appreciate hearing from you!

5 comments:

Happy Panda said...

You're doing a great job! Thank you for spreading the word to your readers.

Jessica said...

Thanks! Just a quick note, I'll be taking submissions until 1pm and then I'll be sending them off. You still have time!

LittlePeanutShop said...

Just sent my email to you. Thanks for doing this!

Jeremi and Isabelle said...

...I had a question about CPSIA (since you wrote you'd find the answer to some ;) I don't know where to email it so I'll just post it here...

So I've read that for now, wool and other natural fibers could be exempted of testing for lead... Then let's say I make a pure wool toy, knitted and filled with wool stuffing... Do I have to do anything particular to be allowed to sell it to the US, or is it completly legal ?

Jessica said...

Thanks for the question! I will be addressing it in the next CPSIA FAQs!