Posted on June 20, 2015 by Amy Bausinger | 0 Comments
(PHILADELPHIA) Kids Dinosaur of the Month Club President, Ptyler Pterodactyl, took time out from the weekend at his family's sprawling compound to address the media about the new addition to his landscaping.
Calling it his own Jurassic World, Pterodactyl said, "My family knows how much I like Tyrannosaurus Rex so they bought me a gigantic stone statue of him. I placed it in the back forty and I think it looks great."
Corporate executives Amy Apatosaurus, Allie Allosaurus and Troy Triceratops have all recently flown into Philadelphia for what have been obviously high-level meetings. Rumors abound that Kids Dinosaur of the Month Club, the fast-growing educational club for children centered around dinosaurs, is preparing to enact another phase of its business plan.
According to published reports, Kids Dinosaur of the Month Club has plans for expanding beyond its current website retail presence by adding some brick and mortar retail possibilities. Allie Allosaurus says, "We've had some packaging engineer folks into our Philadelphia HQ lately so maybe we're headed that way."
Kids Dinosaur of the Month Club encourages children to read learn and play using their imagination. Monthly Dino Boxes feature dinosaur figurines from Safari Ltd; sticker and educational books from Dover, DK Publishing, Scholastic and Hachette; collectible Dino Cards featuring fun facts and details; and personalized items including letters, a Membership Certificate and Membership Card from Kids Dinosaur of the Month Club President, Ptyler Pterodactyl.
Dino Boxes feature: Tyrannosaurus Rex; Stegosaurus; Velociraptor; Triceratops; Allosaurus; Pterodactyl; a Toob of Dinosaurs; Baby Apatosaurus; and Junior Palentologist.
Visit and join the club at www.kidsdinosaurofthemonthclub.com or contact them at email@example.com.
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