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  • Lou Pizante

    Keep up the great work. My boy loves his dump truck!!!!

  • Ljo33z

    Sounds wonderful. I hope you are paying your factory workers a living wage.

  • ajaybihani

    you are making some new things with old used goods I like your work and quality to. You even reducing the cost of project

  • mike4659

    I only buy toys from this company for all the kids in my life. My favorite is the spaceship. I actually bought one for myself as well as a special 4 year old - who doesn't want a spaceship? The toys are sturdy, they're packed in plain cardboard and from the endorsements I've received from kids and adults, they're awesome.

  • John Wynn

    Awesome...your vision for bringing this model to other countries is inspiring. I look forward to seeing your vision unfold! My best to you and all involved!

  • mirandacastro

    this is spooky - i bought one of these this afternoon for my grandson who is a year old at the weekend - and then the daily good email arrived a few hours later - it's a GREAT truck - sturdy and big enough for a one year old - with lots of places to post things (like pebbles and bits of paper)! i'm in the uk and it cost about 25 pounds from a bristol toyshop

  • amkay1

    GOOD for you! Great work. I will look for your products when I need gifts for kids

  • carrie10

    I think this is great. What is the cost of the truck? We had a young boy in Pittsburgh. PA who died. Now, his family is collecting trucks to give to poor kids in his memory......could I purchase one? carol kieda

  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    I wonder how using recycled materials in toys affects the quality of the toy? Toys tend to be used for a certain amount of time, and then they're either passed on or donated- or discarded. Do you have a system in place for toys that kids no longer use? Any plans to donate to kids of families that can't afford toys?

    • AndrewMD

      I would tend to believe most of the toys out there use some level of recycled material. For example, Hot Wheels uses pot metal, which is a variety of discarded metals melted down.

      Your question about recycling or donating seems to be directed to the wrong group... In all fairness, why should this company track where their toys are going? It is up to the consumer that buys the product to decide what to do with it.....

      • Alessandra Rizzotti

        They don't need to track where toys go - what I meant by that is they should have some level of corporate responsibility added into what they do- so perhaps either having a recycling program or working with other orgs to bring these toys to communities that wouldn't necessarily be able to afford them.

      • pfletch

        AMD, new movement called EPR(End Producer Responsibility) is intended to close the loop on waste. My question is why should a manufacturer be left out of the loop? Add a return-item fee(or whatever you call it) at point-of-purchase to give consumer incentive to return used product to mftr.

  • Maria Redin

    Thank you for making these awesome toys. It makes our choice as parents easy. Kids need toys for their imagination and your toys are not only well-designed and non-electronic but they are recycled, with minimum packaging and local. Other than good quality second hand toys, this is a fantastic gift. Sorry to be so gushy, but you guys are amazing. :)

  • ellie schmidt

    The truck begs to be played with ---- great design.
    Were the milk jugs actually separate from other #1 plastic?
    How do you package the toy for shipping to keep it all environmentally friendly?

    • pfletch

      hopefully w/out significant plastic or styrofoam.