American Made Dorm & Home Announces the Creation of Liz and Roo Fine Baby Bedding

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American Made Dorm & Home's Liz and Roo division has created a nursery bedding line that combines fashionable bedding with the safety recommendations of leading consumer safety groups.

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"In developing this baby line, we responded
to the desire of parents for a complete, coordinated designer look with the safety
recommendations of experts”

Liz and Roo has launched a nursery bedding line that includes a new bedding concept: a bumper-less 4 piece set. This is in response to the recommendation by the American Academy of Pediatrics, who has suggested that parents and caregivers remove bumpers from cribs. The Consumer Product Safety Commission, amongst other groups, has seconded their recommendation.

Carol Ann Anderson, Partner, stated, “in developing this baby line, we responded to the desire of parents for a complete, coordinated designer look with the safety recommendations of experts”. The rail cover is the perfect accent piece for a crib, yet eliminates the risks that bumper pads pose. All Liz and Roo baby bedding is manufactured in the USA.

Liz and Roo fine baby linens will be available for wholesale and retail purchase online effective April 1, 2013. Wholesale customers should contact caanderson(at)amdorm(dot)com.

American Made Dorm & Home was founded in 2011 to create a convenient way for college and boarding school students to buy quality American made dorm bedding. Due to customer demand, American Made Dorm® expanded in September 2012 to provide custom home bedding under American Made Dorm & Home. The company has now created Liz and Roo to provide fine baby bedding. The company is a women-owned small business headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky, with manufacturing in the Carolinas.

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