It's like sleeping on a cloud
Toledo, OH (PRWEB) January 4, 2009
As anybody who's been around children will attest to, kids require a certain amount of attention and care. During their infancy, babies need to be provided optimal comfort and safety as it is the period in which they are at their most vulnerable. Yet when people purchase cribs from big box retailers, they are typically getting cribs that were made en masse and without the comfort of a baby in mind. A new specialty web store, http://www.KMGBabyCribs.com, seeks to change this business model.
Launching in November 2008, KMGBabyCribs.com offers a unique selection of stylish and comfortable cribs. "It's like sleeping on a cloud," explained website founder, Kenneth Gilbert.
Though it's less than two months old, the site has an impressive catalog of various cribs and bedding, ranging from (several) one-of-a-kind designs to emphasizing classic literature characters like Winnie the Pooh, and according to Gilbert, there's more to come.
"We will be adding more styles of baby cribs, crib bedding, baby furniture, and accessories as time goes on," said Gilbert. "I think it will be interesting to see what new styles and designs we'll be carrying the further we go with this site."
In addition to the web store, Gilbert has also set up a companion blog, http://www.RoundBabyCribsBlog.com. The blog contains information relevant to parents or anyone shopping for a child.
"We'll be discussing the design, quality, safety and construction aspects of baby cribs, baby furniture and their accessories," said Gilbert.
While many online retailers have cribs, they are cribs in the sense that they are presented as infant beds with rails. The cribs that are featured on KMGBabyCribs.com are cribs that signify the kind of calm and safety that a baby would need. On top of that, the cribs are also well-designed furniture that reflects a parent's joy for their favorite little person.
About the Company:
KMGBabyCribs.com is a part of KMG Marketing, Inc. which is owned and operated by Kenneth Gilbert.