CREATIVE CHILD RANKS YOUTH ASTRONAUT HELMET LIGHT YEARS AHEAD
IN PRETEND PLAY CATEGORY
$16.95 Astronaut Helmet Named 2014 Toy of the Year
Lake Barrington, IL (June 26, 2014) – You don’t have to spend a lot to get a lot could be the mantra of every parent who has ever shelled out big money for a toy, only to discover their child prefers to play with the box it came in! Aeromax, makers of richly detailed pretend play products, has been awarded Creative Child 2014 Toy of the Year for its affordable $16.95 Youth Size Astronaut Helmet. With this toy, kids are encouraged to let their imaginations soar without breaking the bank.
Launched at NY’s Toy Fair earlier this year, the space helmet was designed for explorers ages 3 and up. The pint-size head gear doesn’t skimp on vivid details like a moving visor. Aeromax is known to offer rich accents on all of its dress up clothes and accessories. In fact Creative Child judges raved that their “quality and durability is number one, along with a great price.”
Look for this imaginative item along with a galaxy of pretend play props at Booth 317 at ASTRA’s Marketplace:
Youth Size Astronaut Helmet • Ages 3+ • $16.95
Creative Child 2014 Toy of the Year
Dress Up & Pretend Play Category
A great alternative to Aeromax’s award-winning $49.95 helmet, this 2014 version is a little smaller but offers rich details like the NASA logo, moving visor and appealing decorations that inspire kids to dream big. Aeromax is proud to be able to offer this lower price point and still deliver a superior prop.
Fans of Aeromax products appreciate how the company has become synonymous with innovation. From its start with a tangle-free toy parachute to its Get Real Gear career-oriented costumes, toys, hats, accessories and outfits, Aeromax continually earns industry awards and national media recognition. Discover the entire line of products at www.aeromaxtoys.com.
About Creative Child
Winning top honors from Creative Child is especially newsworthy since the judges are the very folks who purchase these products! According to the Creative Child website, the magazine’s awards program is unique in that all products submitted are reviewed by moms, music educators and early education professionals. Each year the magazine hosts a 2-day event where over a hundred guest reviewers are invited to review products at one station and then move to another station throughout the day. This allows for each product to be given multiple reviews.
President Mark Levine began his company 17 years ago with one product, the Aeromax 2000 Tangle Free Toy Parachute, which is pictured in the company’s logo. Today the Aeromax product line boasts 300 (and counting) items and every top toy industry award. Charitable giving is an important component of Levine’s business plan with thousands of units donated to Kids Wish Network and Kids In Distressed Situations (K.I.D.S.). To order online or for more information, visit www.aeromaxtoys.com