SUMMER 2008:

Mashable Summer Tour






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Schwaggin’ Wagon meets RVIP Lounge and talks Schwag

Posted by Michael Liskin on July 1st, 2008

RVIP Lounge at LA Film Fest

The Schwaggin’ Wagon is in talks to consider future creations with RVIP Lounge! What would happen if our vehicles had a baby?
That baby would be a karaoke singing, schwag slinging, rip-roaring party animal.

Perhaps it would live off of edible schwag? That reminds us… if you’ve seen any great edible (or drinkable?) schwag please send us the link. We’re always looking for schwag that disappears instead of ending up in a landfill or clogging the back of a dresser drawer gathering dust.
~The Schwaggineers

Schwaggin’ Wagon partners with Mashable for Summer Tour 2008

Posted by Michael Liskin on June 11th, 2008

Summer Mash Los Angeles

The Wagon is proud to announce our partnership with Mashable for their Summer Tour 2008. The project is in stealth at the moment but be sure to check back here for updates!

Schwaggin’ Mission #2: Giving to

Posted by Michael Liskin on May 7th, 2008

Seth Greenland of

The Wagon has made it’s second and final donation mission for this round of Schwaggineering. We gave bags of goodies for the children at Innerkids. Pictured above with a couple pieces of schwag is Seth Greenland, writer and co-founder of Innerkids. His wife, co-founder Susan Kaiser Greenland, develops “mindful awareness curriculum for and teaches programs to children as well as classroom teachers, parents, therapists and health care professionals.” Even mindful kids love Schwag!

As Internet consultants we are acutely aware of the ever-increasing load of information placed upon all of us, including our increasingly plugged-in children. We support Susan’s efforts and approach toward education, and recognize InnerKids as a national leader in teaching children self-directed skills to help them become more attentive and resilient.

Schwaggin’ Wagon on Mobuzz TV: Daily Buzz

Posted by andy on May 4th, 2008

via MoBuzz