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Box Creations Turns Toy Fair into Cardboard Play Land

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New York, NY – (February 4, 2011) – Step inside and take time to decorate the new cardboard play structures from Box Creations at the American International Toy Fair held at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York City from February 13 -16.

In its Toy Fair debut, Box Creations (Booth #5589) will present its complete line of U.S.A. made, durable, recycled cardboard play lands, including its all new Pirate Ship ($39.99/each for ages 3 -7). In addition, Box Creations will be presenting its new cardboard accessories for its play lands, as well as all new role-play sets and other themed concepts.

Box Creations are clubhouse style sets that are big enough to accommodate three small children, and come with detailed line artwork guidance and four colored non-toxic washable markers for Do-It-Yourself personalization.

“We are providing children and parents with a new eco-friendly alternative to other plastic and wooden play sets at a fraction of the cost. They can be used indoor or outdoor (in good weather) and can be taken apart and reassembled when needed. The limitless decoration ideas and imagination inspiration from the different styles of constructions are great for role play and individuality,” Kim Hammeren, co-president of Box Creations, said.

The new Pirate Ship joins Box Creations play structures that already include a Medieval Castle, Country Cottage, Princess Carriage and Space Shuttle designs.

To learn more about Box Creations LLC, please visit www.boxcreations.com.

Renee Hebert, co-president of Box Creations, explained, “We are overjoyed to present our products at the world’s premiere toy event. We’ll be demonstrating the easy assembly and allowing all attendees to add their creative drawing skills to our cardboard play lands.”


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