Pijon Sends Care Packages To Your College-Age Kids To Keep Them “Happy And Healthy”

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From the team behind SpaceSplitter, Pijon is a subscription service for college care packages. The service touts itself as delivering the perfect packages for students. It’s also an effortless way for parents to stay connected with their kids during the school year.

“About 4 months ago we made the decision to re-envision our future around the mission of keeping college students happy and healthy while enabling families to stay connected,” co-founder and CEO Rob Caucci told me. “We believed there was an opportunity to provide care givers with a direct sales channel that would allow them to send their long-distance dependents the non-perishable grocery products and ‘essentials’ they consume each month,” he continued.

Pijon delivers a package of five or six products every month, including snacks, beauty products and accessories. It will cost parents between $25 and $29 a month depending on the length of their subscriptions.

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Based in Sonoma Valley, California, GenZplay was founded in August 2011 by Steve Calhoun to make video games a physically active part of his son’s outdoor life. The company is focused on integrating gaming mechanics with everyday activities, especially those that need a mixture of fun and adventure to motivate and inspire. Follow GenZPlay at facebook.com/genzplay or Twitter @genzplay.

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