Traditions

Little Red Story: Radio Flyer Family

August 01, 2015
posted by Allison Rivers

One of the biggest joys of being on the Customer Service Team here at Radio Flyer is hearing how our products have become a family tradition.  We love hearing from parents and grandparents – even great-grandparents!

How to Wrap a Radio Flyer

December 19, 2014
The list are signed, sealed and delivered to the North Pole. Tools have been found, instructions interpreted, and the wheels are finally on the wagon. The prefect gift is ready to roll into Christmas morning!
 

Little Red Story: Conversation

November 12, 2014
posted by Brittney Snow

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.

KID CRAFTS: FLYERS ON PARADE

June 28, 2013

Parades are a key ingredient of American summers. As a kid, I loved decorating my parade bike. I happily spent whole mornings agonizing over the best proportions of stars to stripes.  Halfway through covering my bike in crepe paper, I always wished my bike was red, white or blue. That would be such an easier starting point! 

Creating Sticky Holiday Traditions

December 10, 2012
posted by Kim Lefko

As a working mom with a young family, I want to create traditions that will be memorable and passed down to the generations that follow. I’m surrounded at work with a brand full of stories, nostalgia, warm memories and many smiles. And I have been thinking, a little more around the holidays – what traditions STICK? And what makes them STICKY?