GoGo SqueeZ hosted a national play date around the country. GoGo SqueeZ are the leading squeezable, re-sealable, 100% fruit in a pouch. All their products are crafted with high-quality natural ingredients to provide wholesome goodness for sipping, squeezing and enjoying, wherever life takes you. They believe that by embracing a playful attitude, families can become healthier, happier, and more connected. In each of the four time zones, GoGo SqueeZ has chosen one city to kick off Play Day at exactly 1:11pm. Ryder, Siella, and myself were able to enjoy a full day of play with the team from GoGo SqueeZ for the New York City playdate.
Top of the Rock
Here in New York, the New York Knicks’ dancers lead the celebration in Herald Square. In Chicago, Olympic Gold Medalist, Kerri Strug, hosted the high flying Jesse White Tumblers at Navy Pier, all while treating families to free rides on the carousel. In the Mountain Time Zone, they celebrated at Aspen’s annual Winterskol celebration, and invited all families to a snowball throw at 1:11pm. And in the West Coast, The Santa Monica Promenade and Santa Monica Pier set the stage for the final Play Day celebration featuring XPogo pros doing their world-record-setting feats and free trips on the famous Ferris Wheel.
Before we kicked off the NYC National Play Day, we first made a few stops along the way. The kids and I, headed to the Top Of The Rock with the GoGo SqueeZ ambassadors. Despite the rainy weather, the kids were able to enjoy the super fast elevator up 66 floors. My son thought we were in a rocket ship. I’ve been wanting to take the kids forever here, but never found the right time. Next, it was onto Times Square Toys R Us. Before Ryder and Siella each were able to chose a toy, we rode the giant ferris wheel which was an absolute blast. This was the first ride Siella enjoyed and wasn’t afraid on. Following our playdate at Toys R Us we headed over to the Hard Rock Cafe for lunch. Sometimes I take things touristy things in NYC for granted. Even though, I’ve passed these places numerous amount of time, its fun to actually check them out. The Hard Rock Cafe was great for the kids. Then we headed into Herald Square to meet with the Knicks City Dancers and see a marching band.
It was such a fun day of activities with the kids despite the rainy weather! And I love how GoGo squeeZ encourages families to get out there and play with their children.
For more information about GoGo SqueeZ and national playdates visit www.gogosqueez.com
SITC was not compensated for this post but did receive complimentary transportation to all of the places mentioned above.