Aeromax’s New Costume and Exciting Accessories with Sirens and Lights Set Kids’ Imaginations and the Company On Fire
Lake Barrington, IL (August 6, 2009) – There is nothing cuter than a child pretending to ride a
horse up and down the hall while wearing a cowboy or cowgirl costume. Nor is there anything
more adorable than a kid dressed-up as an astronaut acting weightless in the living room.
for maybe a little one dragging the garden hose around the yard while wearing a brand new fire
fighter outfit, especially one with realistic metal buckles and reflector tape, just like the real ones.
If you want a garden hose go to the hardware store.
But if you want the cutest firefighter in the
station, it’s Aeromax to the rescue! The award-winning dress-up expert strives for authenticity in
its designs and has proudly won many national honors including Family Fun’s
Toy of the Year, Nick Jr. Top 50 and the Oppenheim Toy Portfolio’s Platinum
Award. Aeromax’s website, www.aeromaxtoys.com, offers a foolproof size
chart to get a perfect match for a growing child.
Jr. Yellow Fire Fighter w/Helmet
• MSRP $59.95
Where are you running, kid? To a fire? Well, you’re
certainly dressed for the part! This brand new yellow fire
fighter outfit includes bib overalls with pockets and knee
patches, adjustable suspenders. Also included is a coat
with buckles, zipper, pockets, authentic gauntlet cuffs
and reinforced elbow patches. Plus, an awesome
adjustable hard helmet. Available in 6 months size for
babies all the way up to adult size for the dad or mom
who wants to play, too. (Price varies for baby and adult
sizes.) Joins best-selling colors tan and black.
Jr. Fire Chief Boots
• MSRP $24.95
Fire fighters don’t go to work wearing sneakers. It’s against regulations.
So help your Jr. Fire Fighter with a genuine-looking pair of Jr. Fire Chief
Boot covers. Available in small, medium, large and adult (Hey, moms
and dads like to pretend too!)
Jr. Fire Chief Helmet
• MSRP $11.95
Uh-oh, it’s a four-alarm pretend fire! We need to warn
everyone. And to do that, just press the buttons on the brand
new, Jr. Fire Chief Helmet and its built-in red lights flash
along with a realistic siren sound. For both boys and girls
ages 5 and up.