Friday, September 25, 2009

GoGirl GoTour @ Interbike in Las Vegas, NV

GoGirls Karin, Sarah, Linda and Velia wheeled into Las Vegas to participate in the Interbike International Trade Expo. This was a great opportunity to introduce GoGirl to hundreds of reporters, distributors and journalists from over 60 countries.  The female cyclists were very excited to hear that “stepping off the trail” would no longer be dreadful.  Every water bottle should be accompanied by a GoGirl

Thursday, September 24, 2009

GoGirl Story 9: Lauri and the Military

The Go Girls are very excited to continue to sharing our GoGirl Story Series.  We are calling for all you lovely ladies to share your GoGirl stories with us: times when you needed us, thought of us, or used us.  Email us at info@go-girl.com to participate.  We will post a new story each week or so and the person submitting will get a free GoGirl for sharing.

Enjoy Lauri's GoGirl Story:

I won a couple go-girls a while back on Twitter and finally brought one along on our weekend trip to the Boundary Waters.  Love it.  I thought it would be 'messier' but was easy to wipe out and put back in the tube for next time.  So easy that I'll be putting it in my purse to carry every day!

Anyways, I just entered the quarterly contest and noticed one category that you may be missing for 'how will you use a go-girl'.  Military Women!  I used to be a loadmaster in the MN Air National Guard.  I
would have loved to have a go-girl back then!!   Basically I flew
around in the back of the C-130 cargo planes.  Our 'bathroom' was a platform with a shower curtain for privacy.  'Privacy' was certainly relative when we were hauling 90 Army guys around on the plane.  They weren't so good at checking to see if someone was using the bathroom before pulling back the curtain!

The women flyers (loadmasters, flight engineers, pilots and
navigators) wear a flight suit and the only way to use the toilet is to unzip the flight suit and drop the whole thing so we can hover over the seat (not so fun when it was a bit bumpy).  So having the curtain opened could end up to be a bit embarassing not to mention dropping our flight suit landed it on the platform which wasn't exactly the cleanest after all the guys using it.  The go-girl would allow females to keep the flight suit on, unzip it from the bottom up just like guys can, hold the go-girl with one hand and hold the curtain shut with the other.  And actually, the planes I was trained on were older than what they have here in MN and the only toilet is literally a bucket with a plastic bag in it.  Guys could open a little hatch and pee out the side of the plane, women had to squat over the bucket and even worse, whoever used the bucket had to empty it when the flight was over.
Needless to say, I never used it.

I imagine the go-girl would be a welcome addition to any women's pocket in the military!

Love your product and hope you might be able to find a bunch more customers in the military!

Lauri S


Lauri we are so glad that we got to go to the Boundary Waters with you.  It is so beautiful up there.  The Military is totally a market we are breaking into, thank you so much for your recommendation and your kind words.  A GoGirl and GoGirl T-shirt should be on its way to you soon.

Friday, September 18, 2009

GoGirl Story 8: Tina and the Stunts

The GoGirls are very excited to continue to sharing our GoGirl Story Series.  We are calling for all you lovely ladies to share your GoGirl stories with us: times when you needed us, thought of us, or used us.  Email us at info@go-girl.com to participate.  We will post a new story each week or so and the person submitting will get a free GoGirl for sharing.

Enjoy Tina's GoGirl Story:

Wow, this is going to come in handy for my job!  I'm a stuntwoman, and there are times that I have to sit in a car, for a scene, for hours and hours on end.  A lot of the car scenes are filmed all night until the sun comes up, so I drink a lot of coffee to keep me on point.....and we all know what coffee does.  Bathrooms are sometimes miles from the set, and time is money when we are filming, so I have had to get very creative when I have to "go."  The GoGirl is going to make my life so much easier!!!  Thank you.

Seriously Tina, we are so happy that we make your VERY exciting life a little easier.  Be on the look out for a GoGirl and GoGirl T-Shirt to be headed your way.

Thursday, September 10, 2009

GoGirl Story 7: Andi and the Desert

The Go Girls are very excited to continue to sharing our GoGirl Story Series.  We are calling for all you lovely ladies to share your GoGirl stories with us: times when you needed us, thought of us, or used us.  Email us at info@go-girl.com to participate.  We will post a new story each week or so and the person submitting will get a free GoGirl for sharing.

Enjoy Andi's GoGirl Story:

I received your product, "GoGirl" and must tell you it's great!  There are few places in the desert a female can relieve herself - the guys can go against a fence - especially while on convoy.  Your product rocks!

Andi we are super excited to go on convoy with you and help you, um, "stand-up" to all those boys.  A t-shirt and GoGirl will be on its way to you soon.

Friday, September 04, 2009

GoGirl Story 6: Melody and Channel Surfing

The GoGirls are very excited to continue to sharing our GoGirl Story Series.  We are calling for all you lovely ladies to share your GoGirl stories with us: times when you needed us, thought of us, or used us.  Email us at info@go-girl.com to participate.  We will post a new story each week or so and the person submitting will get a free GoGirl for sharing.

Enjoy Melody's GoGirl Story:
 
I just happened to be "channel surfing" today, and stopped when I heard and saw your product being advertised. The description, usage and construction immediately caught my attention! The number of  times I could have used it!  Had it only been available to me over the years! Traveling down the freeway alone at night. Long road trips. A car full of kids. Hiking with guy friends. Walking miles of unending beaches and coastline. Primitive camping in the mountains and wilderness. Picnics and Family reunions in remote areas. I can't even begin to count the times that I have had to find "creative" ways to conceal myself modestly. Just so I could simply pee! Oh how I wish I had known about the GOGIRL!  But I can tell you this. I will NEVER be without one, ever again! A day won't go by, that I will be without one in my purse, backpack, totebag, glovebox, etc. It will be my constant companion from now on! I am thankful, finally there is the GOGIRL! I find it a practical and functional product, who's value far outweighs the price! I searched online for similar products, (just to do a comparison.) And there IS NO comparison! No other product comes close. I know I will be happy about choosing, (and using) the GOGIRL. I thank you, (and my bladder thanks you) from the bottom of my heart!
 
Melody we can't wait to be with you on your many adventures in the future and we are so sad we couldn't have been there in the past.  There is a GoGirl and GoGirl T-shirt on its way to you now.
 

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