Popular Children's Shoe Retailer Announces New Parent Stimulus Plan, Rolls Back Prices to 1999 Levels

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Children's shoe retailer KidzFeet is looking to help struggling parents this tax season by introducing a new stimulus plan for parents. The company will roll back prices to 1999 levels for the first 1,999 customers on three of its most popular websites through April 15. The offer comes as part of the company's continuing community-based effort to make necessities such as kids shoes available to more parents during these tough economic times.

MyKidsFeet.com is one of three websites participating in the Stimulus Plan price roll back to 1999 levels.

Children's shoe retailer KidzFeet is looking to help consumers this tax season by offering a special "stimulus plan" which will roll back prices to 1999 levels for the first 1,999 customers who purchase through three of the company's most popular websites prior to April 30.

"KidzFeet has a longstanding mission of reaching out to the community through numerous giving programs, and we feel that tax season is a great time to reach out to our loyal customers and offer them some assistance. Kids shoes are a necessity, and we are striving to make them more affordable for our customers," said KidzFeet President Alex Curavo. "Over the past year, we have donated hundreds of pairs of shoes and sandals to children in need from around the world, and now it is time for us to do something to give back to our customers here in the United States."

Stimulus Plan savings are available to the first 1,999 customers at each of KidzFeet's three participating websites:

MyKidsFeet.com is a popular children's shoe boutique, offering quality kids shoes from several brands, including Morgan & Milo, Keds Shoes for Kids, Dinosoles, Stride Rite, Sperry Top-Sider, Robeez, Step & Stride, and Nickelodeon. The company specializes in trendy shoes for toddlers, and offers a wide variety of styles and widths, from narrow to extra wide.

StrideRiteToledo.com is the online retail portal for the independent licensed Stride Rite retail stores in Toledo, OH. The site offers a full line of Stride Rite children's shoes in sizes for babies to 10 years of age, with widths ranging from narrow to extra wide. The site is operated in partnership with Stride Rite licensee Curavo Shoes, Inc. and is not directly affiliated with Stride Rite Corporation or Collective Brands, Inc.

Saddle-Shoes.com was recently acquired by KidzFeet and offers a wide variety of classic saddle shoes for children and adults.

No coupon code is necessary, just visit any of our participating websites for details.

About KidzFeet
KidzFeet was founded in March 2008 by 22-year-old entrepreneur Alex Curavo and is headquartered in Perrysburg, OH. The company currently operates four e-commerce websites focusing on quality children's footwear from vendors such as Stride Rite, Keds, Morgan & Milo, Tsukihoshi, Dinosoles, Robeez, Sperry Top-Sider, and Saucony Kids. The company recently acquired Saddle-Shoes.com, a leading source for classic saddle shoes from vendors such as FootMates, Willits, Keds, Jumping Jacks and Bass in sizes for children, women and men. To date, the company has pledged to donate nearly 1,000 pair of shoes to needy children through its Community Cares program in partnership with Soles4Souls.

The company is also proud to announce the launch of it's Shoes for Schools program, which will direct 5% of the proceeds from each sale to the customer's school of choice. The program is currently enlisting schools and will begin making donations in June 2010.

For more information, please visit http://www.mykidsfeet.com, http://www.strideritetoledo.com or http://www.saddle-shoes.com.


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