(PHILADELPHIA) "We'll be reaching more than 130,000 prospective customers each month for the next few months - and we're looking forward to filling their orders," said Kids Dinosaur of the Month Club President Ptyler Pterodactyl. "We're hoping this ads heft to our current Google Ad Words Campaign efforts."
"Ads are already running on MetroKids website and we have print and web ads coming shortly in the Phoenix market with Bear Essential News," added Pterodactyl. Metrokids website has more than 7,000 families looking for fun, safe wholesome activities in the Philadelphia metro area and Bear Essential News is celebrating 35 years as a media outlet partially written by children. Monthly, Bear Essential News reaches more than 120,000 children, parents, teachers and librarians in Phoenix and Tucson, but only the Phoenix market is currently targeted.
Kids Dinosaur of the Month Club is an online educational book club that encourages children to read and play using their imagination by providing Monthly Dino Boxes featuring dinosaur books, stickers, collectible Dino Cards, toys and personalized items (Membership Card and Membership Card) signed by Club President, Ptyler Pterodactyl. There are 12 Dino Boxes including: Tyrannosaurus Rex, Stegosaurus, Velociraptor, Pterodactyl, Triceratops, Allosaurus, a Toob of 12 mini dinosaurs, Apatosaurus, Junior Paleontologist, Archaeopteryx, Armored Dinosaurs and Horned, Spiked, Crested Dinosaurs.
Visit Kids Dinosaur of the Month Club at www.kidsdinosaurofthemonthclub.com.
(PHILADELPHIA) Celebrating the holidays, Sales and Marketing Vice President, Troy Triceratops, displayed his new hoodie at a recent outing in Center City Philadelphia.
"I have been wearing the same shirt that I came with from Build-A-Bear nearly two years ago so it was time for something new," said Triceratops. "I think it looks stylish," he said with a plant-eating, toothy grin.
Kids Dinosaur of the Moth Club is an education subscription box club for children featuring personalized items, books, stickers and toys - all centered around dinosaurs. Monthly Dino Boxes feature a personalized letter from Club President Ptyler Pterodactyl, educational books form Dover Publications and Rosen Publishing, dinosaur toys from Safari Limited, dinosaur sticker books from Dover Publications and DK, and collectible Dino Cards. The first Dino Box also includes a personalized Membership Certificate and the second Dino Box includes a personalized Membership Card. Available dinosaurs include: Tyrannosaurus Rex, Stegosaurus, Velociraptor, triceratops, Allosaurus, Pterodactyl, Archaeopteryx, Spinosaurus and Apatosaurus among others.
(PHILADELPHIA) Breaking from their exclusively online business, the immensely popular and fast-growing Kids Dinosaur of the Month Club exhibited at the Morrisvlle, PA, Winterfest. "It really was a nice event held in a Philadelphia suburb and operated by a wonderful group of hard-working and caring volunteers in Morrisville," said Business Development Director Troy Triceratops.
"We met some nice people including some children who are super into everything dinosaur which is a great affirmation of what we're doing at Kids Dinosaur of the Month Club, added Triceratops. "We donated a Dino Box to the penny auction and I think we got some tickets. We're always happy to help."
Kids Dinosaur of the Month Club encourages children to read and play using their imagination while setting the stage for families to read together while learning about the fascinating world of dinosaurs. The educational monthly subscription club features Dino Boxes including dinosaur toys, dinosaur books, dinosaur stickers, dinosaur activities and dinosaur games. There are 12 Dino Boxes offered including: Tyrannosaurus Rex, Stegosaurus, Velociraptor, Triceratops, Pterodactyl, Allosaurus, a "toob" of mini-dinos, Apatosaurus, Junior Paleontologist, Archaeopteryx, armored dinosaurs and horned/spiked/frilled dinosaurs. Visit them at www.kidsdinosaurofthemonthclub.com.
(PHILADELPHIA) With dozens of reporters in the atrium of his soaring Center City Philadelphia skyscraper, Kids Dinosaur of the Month Club President, Ptyler Pterodactyl, flew confidently to the podium to announce the launch of three brand new Dino Boxes for members of the Kids Dinosaur of the Month Club.
"We're really an 'of the month club' now," Pterodactyl said referring to the availability of 12 Dino Boxes. "By adding Archaeopteryx, Armored ,and Horned, Spiked and Crested we now have a total of 12 Dino Boxes. Customers who had purchased all of our previously available Dino Boxes had been clamoring for more. Those dinosaur lovers just can't get enough of our product and we appreciate their business."
The Armored Dinosaurs Dino Box will contain Sauopelta ("shielded lizard"), Horned, Spiked and Crested features Spinosaurus ("spine lizard") and Archaeopteryx naturally features Archaeopteryx ("ancient wing"). While outlining the new Dino Boxes, Pterodactyl also made another stunning announcement.
"We've added Rosen Publishing to our mix of book vendors. I really like their Graphic Dinosaurs line and we're using their books for Tyrannosaurus and Archaeopteryx. After a thorough review of these titles we believe members will enjoy these educational books. Dover, Hachette and DK will also continue to be part of our offerings."
Kids Dinosaur of the Month Club is an educational book club for children encouraging reading and imaginative play while learning about the fascinating world of dinosaurs. The Club has customers in the UK, Australia, Canada and 40 states and features many popular dinosaurs in a monthly subscription box format including: Tyrannosaurus Rex; Stegosaurus; Velociraptor; Triceratops; Allosaurus; Pterodactyl; a Toob of mini dinosaurs; Apatosaurus; Junior Paleontologist, Archaeopteryx; Armored Dinosaurs; and Horned, Frilled and Spiked Dinosaurs. Dino Boxes include a personalized letter form Kids Dinosaur of the Month Club President Ptyler Pterodactyl, personalized letter, Membership Certificate and Membership Card along with collectible Dino Cards, dinosaur stickers, and dinosaur activity books.
Visit them at www.kidsdinosaurofthemonthclub.com