The Diary of a Nouveau Soccer Mom: It's a Septem-bear to Remem-bear! Snuggle is 30!

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

It's a Septem-bear to Remem-bear! Snuggle is 30!

I've always loved the Snuggle commercial and the Snuggle bear.  He is just too cute and the commercials were a big part of my very-80s childhood.  I mean, really, how can you not just love that face.  I still remember the commercials and wanting a bear of my very own.  This was long before cable and DVRs, so you actually had to watch the commercials and the Snuggle bear was always a favorite!


Some fun facts about SnuggleBear:
  • Snuggle Bear was created by the Jim Hensen Company to represent snuggable softness and fabric softener freshness
  • Snuggle Bear became a pop culture icon over the past three decades, appearing in 80's/TV compilations and social media memes
  • Snuggle Bear sits alongside Wonder Woman’s outfit and Jeannie’s bottle in the Museum of TV Memorabilia.
  • Snuggle Bear has a growing social media presence with a remarkably high level of engagement among his fans and followers on his official Facebook, Twitter and Instagram channels. Visit Snuggle, and like Snuggle on Facebook and follow on Twitter and Instagram for more fun details.
  • In 2014, Snuggle® launched Snuggle Scent Boosters®, which gives laundry a boost of freshness with a convenient single pack.
Check out the Snuggle timeline!
You may want to click on this to enlarge it a bit!

We celebrated our Septem-bear to Remem-bear with a gift package from Snuggles, including laundry softener and dryer sheets, which is making the laundry smell awesome.  We also have a gift package to giveaway to one of our readers too!

Using the Rafflecopter below, share with me one of your favorite 80s childhood pop-culture memories!  If you weren't a child of the 80s, definitely share your 70s or 90s or whichever memory too!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Disclosure: The information and prize packs were provided to me by Snuggle.  No other compensation was received and all opinions are my own.

31 comments:

  1. Well,I was not a child in the 80's but one of the kid's favorite show was Full House.

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  2. I loved watching the Ghostbuster movie! 1984!

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  3. ALF! Yeah, that's right. I'll own up to it :)

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  4. In the 80's I loved watching Sesame Street! My 5yo now watches it and it takes me back.

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  5. I loved the new kids on the block :)

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  6. Saturday morning cartoons and Silver Spoons!

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  7. Strawberry shortcake dolls :) awesome cheesy cartoons on Saturday morning!

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  8. Jelly Shoes and Ghostbusters

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  9. Saturday morning cartoons.

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  10. Full House and Punky Brewster!

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  11. TGIF was awesome. Family matters, full house and Step by step.

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  12. Scratch and sniff stickers!

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  13. I was a teen in the 80's. I loved Duran Duran and A flock of Seagulls. That said, I loved the smurfs.

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  14. Rafflecopter doesn't seem to be loading! We loved He-Man and She-Ra!! :)

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  15. Smurfs, Full house, Sat. morning cartoons!

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  16. Saturday morning cartoons with my dad. Pee-Wee being a favorite.

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  17. My favorite memory was collecting and trading stickers with friends!

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  18. Saturday morning cartoons and Strawberry Shortcake dolls.

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  19. Loved Saturday cartoons. Captain caveman, snorks, and of course ALF! I still have my alf doll in the closet. My kids think he is weird :)

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  20. I love my flintstones, jetsons, smurfs and shirttales. Favorite doll was my smurfette.

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  21. All the saturday morning cartoons. And if we got up to early the old people exercising in chairs was on!! Good times!

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  22. I was the weird child who couldn't wait to get home to watch Knight Rider. And Unsolved Mysteries.

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  23. Saturday morning cartoons!!

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