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Yogibos: For Adventurous Sitters

Posted by Maura Welch  December 6, 2013 01:12 AM

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Did you enjoy watching TEDxBeaconStreet from the comfort of a Yogibo?

Yogibo-1You still can!  Imagine reliving the TEDxBeaconStreet experience watching our livestream videos on a Yogibo of your very own.  It is a great gift for the holidays.  Check them out online at!  As a thank you for your participation, members of our TEDxBeaconStreet community can enjoy a 10% discount off online purchases with the code “TEDx10″.

TEDxBeaconStreet is about Adventures, and sitting in one of these is definitely an adventure.  Our partners at Yogibos transformed the Lincoln School gym into a massive screening room (thoroughly enjoyed by TEDx-ers of all ages).  These Yogibo bean bags are super lightweight allowing you to easily move them from room-to-room and will become the most sought after, fought over, and adored piece of furniture in your home!

Eyal Levy, founded Yogibo in 2009, to bringing their new-fangled, super-comfy and supportive lounge bags on the road to outdoor events and craft shows. “Ooooo”, people said. “Ahhhh”, they repeated. And Yogibo caught on, like wildfire.  Yogibo has 14 store locations from Maine to New Jersey!  The very first store was in the Natick Mall, in Natick, MA.

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