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Boom Boom Room exciting opportunity for Pink Koala
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The baby-friendly products of Pink Koala Design were highlighted in the Boom Boom Room celebrity baby gifting suites, as part of this year's Golden Globes celebration in Los Angeles, Calif. Local designer Katrina Griffis, founder and co-owner of Pink Koala Design, received an exclusive invitation to attend the two-day event, hosted by baby expert Jayneoni Moore, on January 16 and 17 at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel.

The event drew many of Hollywood's top actors and actresses. Starlet parents such as Jodie Sweetin and Mayim Bialik came to see what fashion insider Moore showcased as the hottest must haves for babies and big kids.

Pink Koala Design presented its patent pending DiaperKeeper for the first time as well as several styles of bibs, burp cloths, and bags, and showered celebrity moms and dads with an assortment of its retro-inspired products. Tiffani Thiessen selected a 60s inspired orange and blue DiaperKeeper for the little one she is expecting. Tisha Campbell opted for an elephant and palm flannel DribbleBibblez for new son Ezekiel. Ali Landry picked up a Pink Koala Market Tote in a fun and funky green giraffe print. Even the guys got in on the action--Rich Eisen was gifted with a retro football Joey Infant bib.

Other celebrities that took home Pink Koala Design products included: Nancy O'Dell, Christina Milian, Michelle Stafford, Brande Rodderick, Kathleen Robertson, Marcy Rylan, and Ming Na.

"Being invited to the Boom Boom Room was an exciting opportunity for Pink Koala," says company co-owner Katrina Griffis. "It was so thrilling to hear everyone rave about our products and our fun and funky fabric choices, and it was an honor to be selected by Jayneoni Moore as a hot must-have for babies, toddlers, and moms.

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