Why let the kids have all the fun?
PITTSBURGH (PRWEB) October 24, 2016
After only one year on the market, SnooZzoo, the all-in-one, animal-themed, child-sized sleeping bag will now also be available in adult sizes. Designed in the shape of favorite zoo animals, this combination backpack, sleeping bag, and plush animal for children was first available in 2015 in six styles.
“The demand in the children’s market has been incredible,” said entrepreneur and SnooZzoo owner Cameron Jones. “Even more unexpected has been the subsequent call for an adult-sized SnooZzoo. As soon as I launched the children’s product, I began getting emails and message board posts asking when adult sizes were coming. I thought, ‘why let the kids have all the fun?’. So after working hard on prototypes over the last year, I’m proud to offer SnooZzoo in an adult size.”
Beginning October 24, SnooZzoo will offer a panda, polar bear, brown bear and black bear in a 78-inch adult size. Designed to accommodate a person up to 72 inches tall, the adult SnooZzoo will retail for $169.95 and be available at http://www.snoozzoo.com/. See photos here: http://snoozzoo.com/photos/ and a brief video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=071uhkqui5k&feature=youtu.be
The same fun, unique aspect of the child-sized sleeping bag that allows a person to “become” the animal applies to the larger product. The feet and paws unzip and a person can actually climb in the sleeping bag, placing their arms and legs inside SnooZzoo’s limbs to stay cuddly warm. The feet and paws connect to form large loops, allowing people to wear SnooZzoo as a backpack and walk from place to place. Adults can share the fun kids are experiencing with these cuddly animals.
SnooZzoo is not designed to be a costume, but a sleeping bag. Whereas the children’s sizes come with a themed “travel kit” for overnight slumber party essentials like a toothbrush and PJs, the adult sizes do not feature the travel pouch.
About Cameron Jones
Entrepreneur and inventor Cameron Jones grew up in Brisbane, Australia, near the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary. The sanctuary was founded by his grandfather as the first and largest koala sanctuary in the world. Lone Pine is home to more than 130 koalas as well as other iconic Australian wildlife including dingoes, kangaroos and Tasmanian devils. Jones moved to the U.S. as a boy of 11, but the memories of life Down Under and at Long Pine left an indelible mark and inspired a lifelong passion for wildlife conservation.
After earning a business degree from Duquesne University, Jones spent 27 years as a successful businessman, owning several prominent auto dealerships in the Pittsburgh area and holding leadership positions in several vehicle trade associations. The idea for SnooZzoo sparked during conversations with his best friend’s young daughter, an animal lover like himself. Jones sold his dealerships and in 2014, embarked on a nearly two-year journey of marketing studies, building prototypes and developing a network of trusted vendors and suppliers for the entrepreneurial product, SnooZzoo. In his spare time, Jones enjoys deep sea fishing, golf and spending time with his wife Marie, a leading Pittsburgh attorney.
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