Dallas, TX (PRWEB) June 19, 2013
SuperME, a line of superhero-themed backpacks and insulated lunch bags for kids, will present fresh additions to their collection at the Dallas KidsWorld Market, which will take place on June 19-25. In addition to introducing two exciting patterns for the signature Cape Backpack, the company will present a new line of products geared toward school-aged children.
The SuperME Cape Backpack, which features a cape that is hidden inside a secret pocket, will be showcased in new prints including camouflage and zebra. Also new to the collection, the SuperME Hoodie Backpack will make its debut. The bag is perfect for school-aged superheroes with a built-in, water-resistant hood that can be stored in a hidden pocket. Large enough to fit essential school supplies, the backpack is a fun and functional product for active children.
“We wanted to offer a backpack for older school kids and think the Hoodie Backpack will be a great option in time for back to school,” said Daphne Kaufer, Co-Founder of SuperME. “We look forward to sharing our new and existing products with prospective retailers at the Dallas KidsWorld Market.”
Dallas KidsWorld Market will take place at the Dallas Market Center at 2100 Stemmons Freeway on the 8th floor of the World Trade Center. SuperME will be exhibiting in the Diverse Marketing Showroom, suite 429. For more information on the Dallas KidsWorld Market 2013, please visit http://www.dallasmarketcenter.com/markets/overview/kidsworld/ and for more information on SuperME, visit http://www.supermehero.com.
SuperME is a line of superhero-inspired bags including Cape Backpacks and messenger bags. Based in San Francisco, the company was founded in 2012 by two super moms, Daphne Kaufer and Rena Stern. The inspiration for SuperME came from their children, who love dressing up and carrying their own bags to school, the park, on day trips and even on vacation. The goal of SuperME is to create a line of functional products that are fun to play with and reflect the uniqueness of each child.