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Nostalgic toys make a comeback
8/19/2012

Nostalgic toys make a comeback

(NAPS)-Over the past few years, companies have revisited their roots as a source of inspiration. From the return of classic products with a modern twist to simply bringing back old favorites, toys from the past are making a comeback. This year, generations of Americans will once again hear the familiar sound of plastic on concrete with the reintroduction of The Original Big Wheel.
Since its debut in 1969, The Original Big Wheel has earned its iconic toy status, keeping generations of children safe and active, so much so that it was inducted into the Toy Hall of Fame in 2009. With the same key features as the original, kids today will be able to enjoy the same thrilling experience that their parents and grandparents did years ago, and at the same time toy givers can rest assured that they are purchasing the same product they know and love.
Classic Design:
Known for its iconic, red, blue and yellow color scheme, The Original Big Wheel will feature the same design and colors that generations have come to know and love. Children today can create memories of this beloved toy of their own.
Grow With Me:
Featuring an adjustable seat, The Original Big Wheel grows with a child from approximately ages 3 to 8 years old, making this a value purchase, offering many years of fun on the sidewalk.
Safe & Fun Play:
Due to its low center of gravity and sturdy design, racing with friends is a safe and fun activity.
This year, the whole family can get active together, make memories and relive old traditions with an iconic product that is made in America and is trusted by generations! For more information, visit www.kidsonlytoys.com.

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