Americantoy Guarantees Parents A Safe Route To Safe Toys For Their Children

Chester,, New Jersey, (PressExposure) December 05, 2007 -- The immediate need for safe toys for children is apparent. With the multitude of toy recalls from overseas, the importance of educating one’s self on safe toys for their precious children is important. The latest recall on “Aquadots” included a chemical that when ingested was the equivalent to a date rape drug. With American Toys’s safe toy list, users are presented with a comprehensive list of available toys on the market that are safe for purchase. This list is complied of only toys that have met the high standards of production and quality that have been set forth for them.

Creator Ryan Ledendecker stresses the importance of this issue: “There are still safe, high quality toys available for this holiday season that won’t harm your children!” Ryan Ledendecker, American Toys creator declares. “I would like to create a sense of urgency to all about finding safe toys on the market.”

The toys highlighted on this easy-to-use list are made in both the United States and Europe. Some of them include classic board games such as Boggle Jr., Life and Monopoly, Lego Products, Little Tikes toys, Barbie Dolls, Hot Wheels cars & tracks, as well as Fisher Price Toys. This list includes popular brands that have been tried and trusted for many years. A portion of the sales that result from the safe toy list will be donated to the Marine’s “Toys for Tots” holiday program.

Ultimately, safety is most important when it comes to children. Choose guaranteed safe toys that allow no risk into a child’s life. This 2007 holiday season stay updated with American Toy’s Safe Toy List - print it out, put it on bulletin boards everywhere and spread the word . Safety isn’t an option. Press release distribution by PressReleasePoint(

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Press Release Submitted On: November 16, 2007 at 5:59 am
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