Captures the Real Bigfoot

Share Article

Online toy retailer introduces plush Bigfoot doll and announces Bigfoot photo contest.

Past News Releases

RSS, Inc., a leading Internet retailer of stuffed animals and toys, announced today that they have captured the real Bigfoot. The Bigfoot stands 16" tall and he's covered in reddish fur from head to toe. DNA testing hasn't yet been performed and the company says it doesn't plan on submitting DNA samples any time soon. That's because the Bigfoot is actually a plush doll and he's filled with stuffing. began selling the Bigfoot doll recently and hopes that Bigfoot collectors and enthusiasts, as well as curiosity seekers, will want to capture their own Bigfoot on the company's website for $19.99. When they do, they'll be eligible to enter the company's Bigfoot Photo Contest where they can submit a photo of their own Bigfoot for a chance to have their Bigfoot photo featured on for all the world to see.

"Interest in Bigfoot is at an all time high right now," said Alan Townsend, CTO of, Inc. "We've had these Bigfoot dolls on pre-order from the manufacturer for months and our first shipment just arrived today. Call it good timing or call it fate, but we certainly put two and two together and saw an opportunity. The Bigfoot dolls are a really fun way for the general public to participate in the Bigfoot experience in a cute and playful way."

As for whether or not the company believes in the existence of Bigfoot, Townsend says they absolutely believe Bigfoot is real. "Bigfoot is real. I have one right here on my desk in front of me," said Townsend.

About, Inc.:
Founded in 2006,, Inc. has quickly established itself as one of the leading retailers of stuffed animals, teddy bears, puppets and related toy products. In addition to, the company also operates other toy related website properties, including and, an online stuffed animal pet adoption service.

Alan Townsend, Chief Technical Officer, Inc.


Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Alan Townsend
Visit website