Cra-Z-Art Shines Brightly for Needy Kids This Holiday Season

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One-of-a-Kind Guitar Made From Lite Brix and Signed by Musicians Including Ne-Yo, Jordin Sparks, Vintage Trouble, Owl City and More to be Auctioned on eBay to Benefit Children’s Charities Nationwide

Grammy Award winning artist Ne-Yo signs special Lite Brix Guitar to be auctioned on eBay for charity helping needy kids this holiday season

"This auction will help us provide gifts to millions of impoverished children all over the United States. We thank Cra-Z-Art for supporting our 19th Annual Holiday Toy Drive in this unique way"

Tens of thousands of children will have a brighter holiday season with the toys donated by Cra-Z-Art, the company known for many creative arts and crafts toys including one of the hottest toys this holiday season—the LITE BRIX™ Super Light Building System!

Cra-Z-Art created a one-of- a-kind full size Lite Brix Galveston guitar and case signed by some of today’s hottest celebrities and musicians that will be auctioned on eBay with proceeds benefitting The Today Show Charitable Foundation, a 501C3 nonprofit organization that has distributed more than $285 million in toys, books and clothing since it was created. Celebrities at the annual star-studded “Jingle Ball” concert hosted by Ryan Seacrest, signed the guitar, including musicians like Ne-Yo, Jordin Sparks, Vintage Trouble, Owl City, Sammy Adams and more. The auction will take place on eBay from Dec. 14th-Dec. 21st. For more information, please visit http://www.Litebrixguitar.com

Like many others, New Jersey based Cra-Z-Art was affected by Hurricane Sandy and wanted to help children hit especially hard this holiday with toy donations to help spread joy to New York and New Jersey.In addition to the guitar, Cra-Z-Art is supporting multiple charities this year aimed at helping kids, especially those affected by Hurricane Sandy. The Randolph, New Jersey based company saw firsthand how Sandy destroyed homes and disrupted the lives of so many people, both financially and emotionally. Cra-Z-Art will donate toys and art supplies to charities including The Today Show Toy Drive, the Toy Industry Foundation and Firemen’s Benevolent Association of New Jersey, all of which work with charities aimed at helping hurricane victims and other needy children nationwide.

“We are excited to light up the lives of so many children this holiday season,” said Cra-Z-Art Chairman Lawrence Rosen. “Cra-Z-Art as a company is all about inspiring one’s creativity, and for children to feel inspired to create. By providing children with activities that use their creativity and imaginations, we are also giving them an important tool to deal with life down the road. We are honored to be involved in so many charitable contributions that specifically help children in need around the U.S”.

“The Today Show Charitable Foundation sincerely appreciates the generosity of Cra-Z –Art in helping us put smiles on the faces of so many families in need this holiday season,” said Antoinette Machiaverna, TODAY producer of the Toy Drive. “This auction will help us provide gifts to millions of impoverished children all over the United States. We thank Cra-Z-Art for supporting our 19th Annual Holiday Toy Drive in this unique way.”

The auction will take place on eBay from Dec. 14-Dec. 21st. For more information, please visit http://www.Litebrixguitar.com

CRA-Z-ART® founded by Lawrence Rosen in 2008, is the fastest growing arts, craft and toy company in America focused on bringing excitement and innovation to both the toy and school supply market. CRA-Z-ART® is a prime manufacturer based in Randolph, New Jersey with factories in the USA and China.

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