Posted on September 20, 2017 by Amy Bausinger | 0 Comments
(PHILADELPHIA) Another state has come on board with Kids Dinosaur of the Month Club - the fast-growing, educational book club that encourages children to read, learn and play using their imagination. Welcome Iowa!
"I think we just had a press conference about a new state, didn't we," quipped Director of Sales and Marketing Troy Triceratops as he made his way between meetings in the sprawling Center City Philadelphia headquarters for the children's book club featuring dinosaur toys, dinosaur books and dinosaur stickers. "Any time we can add a new customer it's great. Any time we can add a new state or territory it's super great. We continue to grow and the more dinosaur books we can put in children's hands the better."
Recently, Kentucky had come on board and now Iowa, as Kids Dinosaur of the Month Club continues to grow throughout the nation and the world. Just a few months ago, a customer from Italy ordered several Dino Boxes online and reported favorably.
Kids Dinosaur of the Month Club Members receive Dino Boxes containing: high quality dinosaur toys from Safari Ltd; educational, sticker and activity books from Dover Publications, DK and Rosen Publishing; fact-filled, collectible Dino Cards; and personalized, signed items from Club President Ptyler Pterodactyl.
Featured dinosaurs include: Tyrannosaurus Rex, Stegosaurus, Velociraptor, Triceratops, Pterodactyl, Allosaurus, Apatosaurus, and Archaeopteryx.
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