PLUSH, PLAYSETS & RACETRACKS, OH MY! THE NATIONAL PARENTING CENTER’S FALL WINNERS ARE KIDSTUFF PR CLIENTS TOO!

KidStuff PR Congratulates Its Five Seal of Approval Toymakers: Piccoli Horses, Pop-Oh-Ver, Reindeer In Here, Sharingland and Skullduggery

Black Earth, WI (August 29, 2018) – Five toymakers on KidStuff Public Relations’ whimsical roster each received good news from The National Parenting Center, America’s leading parent advocacy organization. Heading into the all-important Holiday 2018 shopping season, each client was tapped as a must-have or ingenious plaything that’s powered by imagination — a refreshing switch for today’s plugged-in youth. The products ranged from indoor playsets and playhouses to a familiar Santa’s helper to a glow-in-the-dark racetrack.

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“I call this the “Ps” and “Rs” of my clients,” laughs Lisa Orman, President of KidStuff PR, describing the plush, the playsets and the racetracks touted by The National Parenting Center. She personally congratulated Piccioli Horses, Pop-Oh-Ver, Reindeer In Here, Sharingland and Skullduggery. The PR agency is beloved by clients, manufacturer and industry execs for its hands-on personalized approach to promoting juvenile products. The agency is very particular about the companies it chooses to work with, so not surprisingly, the results, year after year, are an overflow of national toy awards.

Aeromax, Big Red Rooster, Bluebee Pals and Circuit Scribe Celebrate The Holidays With National Parenting Center Seals of Approval

THE NATIONAL PARENTING CENTER PICKS THE ABC’s OF KIDSTUFF PR’S ROSTER FOR SEVEN HOLIDAY ‘16 HONORS

Aeromax, Big Red Rooster, Bluebee Pals and Circuit Scribe Celebrate The Holidays With National Parenting Center Seals of Approval

Black Earth, WI (November 22, 2016) – Four clients with KidStuff and TechStuff Public Relations are feeling extra jolly this season as they learn of winning a total of seven Holiday 2016 Seals of Approval from the demanding National Parenting Center testers. A whimsical mix of robotic dress up gear (Aeromax), baby sound machine and projection alarm clock (Big Red Rooster), plush learning tools using Bluetooth (Bluebee Pals) and a pen that draws circuits with silver conductive ink (Circuit Scribe) wowed children and adult judges.