Friday, March 21, 2014

Radio Flyer: Synonymous with Fun!

Get Out and Play!
Daily Giveaway
Radio Flyer has some great things going on right now!  First of all, they have a Get Out and Play daily giveaway going on where each and every day they will be giving one lucky winner a free toy (through April 21).  What child doesn't love Radio Flyer?

Submit your Radio Flyer story and enter to win!
They have also just unveiled Little Red Stories, an online gallery where fans can submit or browse stories, photos, and videos of Radio Flyer experiences past or present.  Radio Flyer has been such an integral part of growing up for as long as I can remember, that I am sure there are going to be some really great stories and finds to come across in the gallery.

One monthly winner will receive a $500 gift card to RadioFlyer.com. A grand prize, plus a custom Build-A-Trike and Build-a-Wagon will be awarded in May, 2014. If you are interested in taking a look, you can find out more by visiting here.

Do you have a Radio Flyer Story?  If so, head on over and enter to win.  I know I remember riding around with my friends in my big wooden panel wagon (remember you could take the sides off??).  Those were definitely the days. :)

54 comments:

  1. That is a really great prize. I think Radio Flyer stuff is great!

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    1. I like Radio Flyer too. We just purchased a Spin 'N Saucer for a friend's little one, and they said he loves it!

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  2. Wow-- I grew up with my Radio Flyer!! So awesome that they are still around! Thanks for sharing the details about this giveaway! awesome!!

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    1. I grew up with them too. :) Thanks for the visit!

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    1. I thought it was fun. :) Thanks for your visit, Robin.

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  4. My son has a radio flyer wagon - we're looking forward to using it again once the weather warms up!

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    1. I'm looking forward to that warm weather too! :)

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  5. I just entered! Thanks! I grew up with Radio Flyer. I'd take one of their wagons down the street. My parent's lived on a hill, and I got good at steering the thing. I'd hold the handle, while I sat in it. I'd make a sharp turn into the driveway. Today that sounds very dangerous. Then it was fun.

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    1. Ha! I remember steering the wagon. Totally forgot about it until you brought it up. :)

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  6. My parents got my oldest a nice radio flyer wagon. He loved it! What an awesome giveaway. :)

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    1. Radio Flyers are awesome. :) I bet my youngest would like one of the wagons too. He's a pretty busy young man. :)

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  7. I have never heard of radio flyer and have no idea what it even is

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    1. You've probably seen the little red wagons around. If so, chances are high it was a Radio Flyer. They make other items too, nice quality ones that last long enough to be passed from generation to generation.

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  8. My daughter would love to get one of the wagons. I'm sure it would make the park more fun!

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    1. I think so too. Wagons have a bazillion and one uses too. :) Thanks for your visit!

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  9. We used to have a little red wagon from Radio Flyer. I miss that thing! Such great memories being pulled through the neighborhood on it!

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    1. lol We did used to pull each other through the neighborhood didn't we? It was fun just going around the block.

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  10. My youngest would love to radio flyer wagon! How cool, I had one as a kid too

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    1. We have friends that have (3) little ones, all a year apart. I bet a wagon would be a great gift for them.

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  11. Those little red wagons are sturdy indeed

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  12. Where have I been? I haven't heard of Radio Flyer before. My son had a wagon when he was little, and it could have been a radio flyer

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    1. They've been around so long. I bet you've seen them but didn't realize the brand. :)

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  13. I remember me and my little sister use to always play in our wooden Radio Flyer Red Wagon. It was all the rage back then!

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    1. I remember them being all the rage too. :)

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  14. My kids had a Radio Flyer when they were younger. I think we still have it somewhere. It was a lot of fun for them.

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    1. When my oldest two were little, wagons were awesome for the amusement park (they could sit, sleep, eat, ride, etc., and they loved it).

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  15. Did they make sleds? I think my sled was a radio flyer.

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    1. oh yeah!! I remember them too, they were sharp looking wood sleds with the red radio flyer logo. I totally forgot about them until you mentioned it.

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  16. I always wished that we would have gotten Broxton a RF wagon...

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    1. I had two little ones at the same time, and it was easier to pull than carry. ;) Though I did like carrying them too. :)

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  17. I remember having a Radio Flyer wagon as a kid it was everything from a plane to a run away wagon.

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    1. They were good for imaginative play, I agree. :)

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  18. nice...we had one growing up...and we pretty much wore it out by the time my brother was grown...we put it through a beating riding it down the hill as we got older...ha...

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    1. Mine had doll baby doll classrooms (a wagon full of baby dolls), and of course I was the teacher, hahaha

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  19. How fun. You can't go wrong with Radio Flyer. What a great brand. -Amber N

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  20. Goodness, I can't remember the last time I even thought about Radio Flyer! Good to know they're still awesome!

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    1. They sure have been around for a good long while. :)

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  21. Do you know I always wanted one of these as a child, yet somehow I never even bought one for my own kids? I don't know how it happened!

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    1. lol, Liz! My thing was a trampoline. I wanted one (a lot!) and then grew up and never even got one for the kiddos. :/

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  22. What a great giveaway! I have always loved Radio Flyer....it's perfect for hauling around whatever you need (or whoever) :)

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  23. Radio Flyer is just one of those brands that have been around forever and with good reason! I really have fond memories of those little red wagons from my childhood through my children's!

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  24. We love Radio Flyer! I remember the movie when I was younger and its just awesome! My children have a little trike and wagon by Radio Flyer.

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  25. Radio Flyer was around when I was a kid so that just goes to show you how old it is.... or how old I am. Not sure which.

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  26. My son actually got one their tricycle when he was a baby (second hand from a distant cousin). When he was old enough to use it he would not get off of it! When he got older we gave it to his godbrother!

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  27. I remember hurling down my neighbor's steep driveway in a Radio Flyer wagon over and over again. My mom would have had a heart attack if she'd ever seen us!

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  28. I love Radio Flyer! My son's first little red trike was a Radio Flyer, and his little push wagon, and his big boy wagon, and his scooter...hmmm...we might need to rename our garage radio flyer.

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  29. We had a Red Flyer in our family when I ws growing up. Lots of fun!

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  30. My daughter had a Radio Flyer wagon and used it to cart her stuffed animals around. It was one of her favorite things.

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  31. I have never heard of Radio Flyer, but I think that's pretty cool :D

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  32. I love Radio Flyer. They're such a classic! That bright red color brings back so many memories!

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  33. I've been gawking at Radio flyer for years hoping I could indulge my kids! They make fun things and do it in my fave colors :)

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