With an east-meets-west aesthetic, the brand enlists cheery colors, peppy prints and simple silhouettes to bring joy to kids no
SAN DIEGO (July 8, 2015) Lil Trunks debuts for Spring/Summer ‘16 with delightful fashions for girls and boys sizes 3 months to 6X at the August ENK Children’s Club show booth 6451. Each season the collection will take shoppers on a fun ride through a kaleidoscope of bright colors and bold patterns—all designed to elicit giggles and grins. For spring, the custom prints reflect influences that travel the globe. The silhouettes, which include both wovens and knits, feature timeless favorites like bubbles, A-line dresses, polo rompers, tunics and shift dresses.
The Peruvian Pima cotton baby brand offers families a memory-making array of seasonal prints, themed embroideries and classic si
RED BANK, N.J. (June 22, 2015)—The Kissy Kissy Spring/Summer 2016 collection is the perfect companion for wherever families may frolic, romp or roam. Whether their trips take them across the sea, over the sand, on the road or across town to grandma’s, the company offers a delightful mix of whimsical prints and sweet themes to match these warm weather adventures as well as a menagerie of fun-loving animals. The Peruvian Pima cotton collection spans sizes preemie through 6.
The girls clothing collection proves that looking good is no sweat with new seamless product and a higher fashion quotient.
CALGARY, Alberta, Canada (February 9, 2015) Limeapple Sport by Girl & Company believes that healthy equals happy so the brand is expanding its performance activewear selection with new seamless product. Seamless Dynamics is perfect alone or layered with the brand’s fashion activewear, which is even more stylish and feminine this season.
The tween clothing collection welcomes little sisters with Little Lime in sizes 12 months to 6X.
CALGARY, Alberta, Canada (January 23, 2015) Limeapple Boutique (formerly known as Girl & Company) takes its “cute to the core” aesthetic down to little sisters with Little Lime. And the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. The new collection, offered in sizes 12 months to 6X, coordinates back to the big girls with complementary bodies, colors and themes.
The Peruvian Pima cotton clothing brand seeks to captivate shoppers with a near-endless array of prints, colors and styles.
RED BANK, N.J. (January 19, 2015)—Kissy Kissy’s Fall/Winter 2015 collection showcases the brand’s range with a collection spanning whimsical to sophisticated. The Peruvian pima cotton clothing brand uses an imaginative mix of colors, prints, accents and fabrics to create a line as diverse as the moms, grandmas and gift-givers who love it.
Toddler Tech USA expands into the Australian market with the Dapper Snappers Brand
Port Orange, FL November , 2013- Toddler Tech USA has signed a deal with Australian distributor, Treasures 4 Bubs, which will bring the Dapper Snappers brand to all parts of Australia. While they have always had retailers in Australia, this new relationship will make it easier and more affordable for those children’s stores to carry the Dapper Snappers line of toddler belts.
Port Orange, FL January 2, 2014 - Toddler Tech USA, manufacturer of Dapper Snappers brand toddler belts, is pleased to announce the signing of an exclusive distribution deal with KidCentral Supply in Toronto. KidCentral is a family-based company founded in 2001 that promotes and wholesales innovative products to thousands of retailers in every province and territory throughout Canada.
Toddler Tech USA experienced further international growth at the 2013 All Baby & Child Kids Expo.
Port Orange, FL October 29, 2013- Toddler Tech USA continues to grow and expand as they reached out to more markets and more stores during a recent industry trade show in Las Vegas, NV. The ABC Kids Expo featured products, apparel and toys for babies and kids. Toddler Tech USA displayed an assortment of their toddler belts, Big Kids Belts and maternity belts. They also showcased their new patterns for fall.
ABC Kids Expo Expands International & Philanthropic Reach
It’s a busy and exciting time for All Baby & Child Corporation as they prepare for the 11th Annual ABC Kids Expo. In case you haven’t heard, North America’s premier juvenile products trade show is coming back to the Las Vegas Convention Center on October 15 - 18, with plans for several new features.
Hotels and businesses near the convention center and along the Las Vegas strip are already gearing up to welcome back an anticipated crowd of nearly 14,000 buyers and sellers of the latest baby products and services.
If you follow me on Twitter, you’ve already seen this quote, “The customer doesn’t care.” I wish I could take credit for having uttered this phrase but alas it was actually Gary Wassner of the factoring firm Hilldun who made this proclamation at an event I attended recently. Out of all the insightful things he said, this was the one that really jumped out at me because it’s true: The customer really doesn’t care.
In honor of Autism Awareness Month, Toddler Tech USA has released a new patterned belt to benefit Easter Seals.
Port Orange, FL, April 15, 2013 - Toddler Tech USA has released a Special Edition Dapper Snapper Toddler Belt in honor of Autism Awareness Month. “When we started our company over four years ago, we knew that we wanted to be able to give back to the community and support worthy causes. We currently support Breast Cancer Awareness as well as Veterans Groups. We are thrilled to add to our fundraising line and will be donating $5 from the purchase of every Special Edition belt to Easter Seals” Michelle Cazella, founder of Toddler Tech USA.
Dapper Snappers was chosen as one of Tory Johnson’s Secret 7 on WABC-TV.
Port Orange, FL, April 5th - Toddler Tech USA’s Dapper Snapper Brand was chosen by Tory Johnson, of Good Morning America, to be part of her Secret 7 on WABC-TV. “WABC-TV is ABC’s largest affiliate, covering the tri-state area, so we couldn’t have been more excited when Dapper Snappers toddler belts were chosen to be featured.” Michelle Cazella, owner and operator of Toddler Tech USA.