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Little Red Story: Conversation

November 12, 2014
posted by Brittney Snow

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Radio Flyer Little Red Stories

August 15, 2013
posted by Robert Pasin

The first thing most people do when they meet me and find out what I do for a living is smile.  The next thing they do is say, “I have a Radio Flyer story,” and their eyes light up, their expression softens, they look into the distance and seem to be transported back to their childhood. 

They then proceed to tell me about the wagon they toted along on the paper route they had when they were a kid, how their sibling pulled them around in crazy backyard adventure or the rocketship they created with their friends.

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Build an Outdoor Adventure: Build-A-Trike!

February 19, 2013
posted by Melissa Enos

When I was a child, I used to love reading the Choose Your Own Adventure books; children today can even read them on iPads.  The thrill of the series was having options and deciding my own path.   As an adult, I love customizing and personalizing my own products.   Recently I designed my own M&M’s and created a few customized picture products for gifts.  

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Why “Word on the Sidewalk”?

September 27, 2012
posted by Kim Lefko

There is a buzz in Chicago … ok, there is a buzz at the Radio Flyer headquarters in Chicago. It’s around the launch of our new & improved website and for the first time ever (in 95 years)— our very own blog.  Since we are new to this, we’d love your feedback on how we are doing,  your participation (because, let’s face it, without you, we aren’t a true community), and your help in spreading the word. 

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Why the World Needs Radio Flyer

September 27, 2012
posted by Robert Pasin

Why does the world need Radio Flyer?  Really … come on – it’s just a toy.  Would people die if they didn’t have a wagon, or a tricycle?  Our products are not a necessity.  I was chatting with my neighbor a couple of nights ago, and guess what he does? He’s a brain surgeon – he saves lives.  What do I do? I just sell wagons. 

It got me thinking … am I making a meaningful enough contribution to this world?

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A Stand for Outdoor Play

September 21, 2012
posted by Kim Lefko

When we play, we learn better, dream bigger, smile loudly, and grow up a little slower.

And when we play, we get to be the best version of ourselves. The version that laughs hysterically, dreams wildly, and squeezes as much fun as possible out of a Saturday afternoon.

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