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Friday, July 2, 2010

Don’t Forget Your Wagon This Fourth of July

With more than a dozen styles and almost 100 years of history, the Radio Flyer red wagon is
the essential toy for a classic outdoor adventure this Independence Day

As America prepares to celebrate the Fourth of July, and herald the official start to the season of
summer fun and outdoor play, Radio Flyer, the makers of the famous little red wagons beloved
by generations of families, is proud to remind both kids and adults alike to not forget their
wagons as they head out to enjoy the patriotic festivities. A children’s staple since 1917, the
iconic Radio Flyer wagon is one of the most beloved American institutions. Boasting more than
a dozen award-winning wagon models and a complete line of tricycles, scooters, and other ride-
ons, Radio Flyer is as synonymous with outdoor play as summer itself.

Nearly everyone has their own childhood memories of playing outdoors with a Radio Flyer
wagon in the summertime. This Fourth of July, keep the tradition alive. Bring your child on an
outdoor adventure to the parade, cookout, and to see the fireworks in a Radio Flyer Wagon.
Your child will look back on these summer days with the same sense of joy and wonder that you

Fun things to do with your Radio Flyer Wagon this Fourth of July :

1. Take your Radio Flyer wagon to a Fourth of July Parade – make sure to decorate it
festively so you stand out from the crowd.

2. Adventure to the park in your Radio Flyer to watch the fireworks– it’s easy for little ones
to lie down in their wagon a see the fireworks in the sky.

3. Pack the kids and a picnic in your little red wagon when heading to the beach, lake or
pool for a day of family fun and barbequing.

Don’t forget your Radio Flyer license to fly this Fourth of July!
Visit the Radio Flyer’s License Bureau and create your child’s very own custom license! It’s as
easy as one, two, three: upload a photo, chose your favorite Radio Flyer toy and print. Visit
www.RadioFlyerLicense.com to get yours now!

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