I think at some point everyone has had a Radio Flyer wagon or tricycle. I recall my twin brothers pulling themselves to many adventures in their Town & Country red wagon as kids. I purchased my son a Little Red Fire Engine when he was a toddler and I would push him around my house for hours. His sisters also had many turns when they were old enough. They all also pedaled the Classic Red Tricycle up and down our sidewalks for many years and many memories. My husband has pulled our three kiddos in our Pathfinder wagon for the past decade and a half.
Chicago-based Radio Flyer and critically-acclaimed Moonbot Studios recently teamed up to produce the award-winning animated short film Taking Flight. The film was inspired by the life and heritage of Antonio Pasin, inventor of the beloved Little Red Wagon. In the fictional tribute, what begins as a small boy’s boring day with Grandpa turns into a larger-than-life journey of imaginative play.
Right now, Radio Flyer is listening to our "Little Red Stories". Little Red Stories is where Radio Flyer fans can share personal stories about how a Radio Flyer product has brought fun and joy to themselves or loved ones, whether in the past or present. If you follow me on Instagram, you know that I ran over my kids Radio Flyer tricycle, but they were still able to ride it (whew). A winner is chosen once a week throughout the months of September and October. The winner will be featured on the Radio Flyer website AND receive a prize.
About Radio Flyer
Radio Flyer is the world’s leading producer of wagons, tricycles, pre-school scooters and other ride-ons, becoming the most loved brand for kid’s wheels in the world. The Chicago-based company has more than 100 award-winning products available in 25 countries. Since 1917, the family-owned company has created icons of childhood, building a legacy of high quality, timeless and innovative toys that spark imagination and inspire outdoor, active play.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Radio Flyer. The opinions and text are all mine.