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Snuggie Pub Crawls Take The Blanket With Sleeves And Make It Social

Posted by Jim Nichols on February 25th, 2009 at 12:00 am

The incredibly talented Lori Luechtefeld, Editor of iMediaConnection and decider of whether I get to write future features in this pub, perpetrated her chilling hatred of the Snuggie in this blog a couple of weeks ago. Clearly a case of fleece discrimination.

But that is neither here nor there.
What I want to tell you about is how social media is making the Snuggie media onslaught its own with the Snuggie Pub Crawls, a set of prescheduled flashmobs in which backwards bathrobe wearing hipsters in select cities can make a mass pub crawl to taverns, bars, and clubs and celebrate this new pop culture phenom!
Visit SnuggiePubCrawl.com to find the date and time of the crawl near you.
But take a moment as well to see how the Snuggie Pub Crawls are a wonderfully democratic way for users to demonstrate their love for the product. A way made entirely possible by our fabulous Internets. And before you get all contrary on me and say that the people who are going to these crawls are actually making fun of the 21st century’s first genuine garment innovation  -- the gaucho skirt of this epoch, the Nehru jacket of... Read more