Marshmallow Shooters Available Through Toy Stores and Other Retail Outlets Across Canada

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Marshmallow Shooters, as featured on Canada AM,City Breakfast TV and the Toronto Star are available across Canada. Sold through specialty toy stores, University book stores and Comic book stores the products are available in Canada.

Marshmallow Shooters already a great success with Canadians has been recently featured nationally on CTV's Canada AM and reported in the Toronto Star as “one of the hot toys for the summer."

These toys are designed with safe fun in mind and are intended for adults and children ages 8 and up. Simply pump the handle of the Marshmallow Shooter and it shoots soft mini-marshmallows up to 30 feet.

Introduced in the USA in February of 2004 they were an immediate hit. Marshmallow Shooters and the new Marshmallow Blaster and Marshmallow Blower are being introduced into Canada by Stortz & Associates Inc, a Canadian importer and distributor of toys, games, craft kits and books.

All three Marshmallow shooter toys are sold by independent toy stores through retailers belonging to the NETS (Neighborhood Toy Stores) organization, specialty toy stores, comic book stores and University book stores across Canada.

Linda Stortz V-P Sales for Stortz & Associates Inc. of Waterloo, ON says “Marshmallow Shooters are fun, safe and great for both office pranks and outdoor play." She went on to say that "Marshmallow Shooters bring food and fun together for a blast best played with lots of friends."

Marshmallow Shooters is the creation of Johnny De La Valdene, President of the Marshmallow Fun Company. Since the launch of the first product they have earned the Creative Child Magazine seal of excellence for the original toy.

Stortz & Associates Inc. is an importer and distributor of Toys and Games for the Canadian market and is located in Waterloo, ON. Linda Stortz has over 22 years of experience in the toy industry and working with children with special needs.


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