While the new PopATot has been tested and exceeds the standards for stationary baby activity centers set forth by the ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials), improvement of our high quality gear in the next generation of the PopATot is our objective here.
St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) August 29, 2008
If a portable safe environment is important for you and your child, and if you could merely collapse that environment, stuff it in a bag, and take it with you wherever you go, the new PopATot from Kiddy Creations may offer that solution. For a limited time, Kiddy Creations Corporation is looking for "PopATot Testers" for their brand new PopATot.
What is the PopATot? Simply, it's a portable, collapsible, indoor/outdoor, stationary activity center for children 6-18 months old; considered essential sports gear for some active families. Scheduled to arrive just after Labor Day, the PopATot will be shipped to PopATot Testers first for immediate feedback.
"We know from our own personal experience how useful the PopATot is and we want to hear how our customers put the PopATot to use," explains Stacy Ellsworth, V.P. of Kiddy Creations Corporation.
To be selected, one must submit an application at http://www.popatot.com/tester. A limited number of positions are available nationwide and applications can be submitted through September 8, 2008. If selected, each tester will receive a PopATot which may be kept after completing the testing requirements.
Kiddy Creations Corporation requires PopATot Testers to document their use of the PopATot with a weekly journal, including photos and/or video for 30-days. Candidates include parents of active families with a 6-18 month old child in the home; grandparents who need lightweight, easy opening, portable play things for their baby grandchildren; and professional child care givers requiring safe quality play gear for use in their centers.
"We want to know the good and the bad," emphasized company president, Evan Ellsworth. "While the new PopATot has been tested and exceeds the standards for stationary baby activity centers set forth by the ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials), improvement of our high quality gear in the next generation of the PopATot is our objective here."
The Ellsworths founded Kiddy Creations Corporation, makers of baby sports gear for active families, in an Illinois suburb of St. Louis, Missouri in 2007. They are the parents of five children and designed the PopATot on a paper sack while sitting around a campfire one evening.
For more information regarding Kiddy Creations Corporation and the PopATot go to http://www.popatot.com or contact: Ron Tanner 314-623-7164.
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