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Thursday, July 8, 2010


Radio Flyer Wagons: 10 Ways to Fly This Summer

Summer is HERE, and we don’t want you to forget about your Radio Flyer! Not only will your red wagon provide hours of outdoor adventures, it will bring a lifetime of memories. There are endless ways to enjoy your little red wagon, and here are just a few:

1. Take your Radio Flyer wagon to Fourth of July Parade – make sure to decorate it festively so you stand out from the crowd.

2. Take your wagon on an outdoor Safari at the local zoo or park this summer.

3. Long walks can get tiring for young children – bring along your Radio Flyer wagon and you can

offer an easy lift home for the little ones.

4. Put your children in the wagon this summer when you head to the local festivals and outdoor events – when the kids are ready to get out, use the wagon to carry purses, bags and other goodies.

5. Fill your Radio Flyer wagon with lunch, snacks and a Frisbee and voila – you have the ingredients for a fun summer picnic.

6. Trips to the beach with your family can become a fun-in-the-sun adventure when you pack your
Radio Flyer wagon to the brim with toys, sunblock and a few magazines.

7. Cool off on a hot summer day by transforming your wagon into a traveling lemonade stand.

8. Making a trek to the grocery store? Fill your wagon with heavy bags for easy transportation.

9. Kids aren’t the only ones who can enjoy a ride in a Radio Flyer wagon, remember your pets too.

10. A Radio Flyer wagon is perfect for carrying your gardening essentials and little garden helper around the yard this planting season.

Fun Wagon Facts:

• Radio Flyer wagons have been made in America for more than 93 years. The first wagon was produced by Antonio Pasin in 1917.

• From the original little red wagon to the current line of plastic, metal and wood, Radio Flyer has been bringing smiles and imagination to kids for generations.

• The Chicago Radio Flyer headquarters is home to the World’s Largest Wagon, which is 27 feet
long and inspired by the Radio Flyer model featured in the 1933 World’s Fair.
Also in honor of the beginning of summer, Radio Flyer has created the World’s Largest Wagon Mosaic to commemorate the iconic toy. As the cornerstone of the Radio Flyer family, the wagons have been engineered for almost 100 years and now with 12 different varieties we want to remind families that wagons are the ultimate summer accessory.

It’s easy to join the mosaic, just upload your wagon photo at


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