It’s Nerf or Nuthin’

 

 

My family just had the opportunity to check out the coolest toy that I’ve come across in a long while. Just in time for cooler temps and football season, I was given a chance to participate in the NERF FireVision Sports Bzz Campaign. Nerf Fire Vision is so absopositively cool because of the Fire Vision ball uses  Microprism Technology to make it, well, glow…night or daylight. The Fire Vision frames (which come in red or green), work in conjunction with the Fire Vision ball to cast a glow that has a range over 100 feet/30 meters. The frames come with button-cell batteries and there is no recharging required. My boys, age 10 and 8, and my 4-year-old girl went nuts (seen here) over getting this Bzz Campaign. We live in the country where it is pitch black after sun down and we were still able to run routes and consistently catch the ball. We have yet to play in the day time, but that is next on the agenda. This is a great game to play after a backyard que or anytime as the crisp days of Fall beckon for football. But instead of me gushing about it nonstop, why don’t I just share with you? Leave me a comment about your family’s favorite Fall activity and be entered to win a pair of Nerf Fire Vision Sports Frames. Simple, eh? Well what are you waiting for? Winner will be chosen from those who leave a comment by 9/25 and announced on 9/28. Happy commenting!

*I was not paid by the Nerf company, just given a free sample of the Fire Vision Sports Football stuffery by Bzz Agent. The giveaway/contest is not sponsored by none other than myself.

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4 thoughts on “It’s Nerf or Nuthin’

  1. Pingback: BzzAgent Campaign: NERF FireVision Sports « Ajani's Mommy is a BzzAgent

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