11/26/2012 - For Immediate Release
Georgetown, TX—Partnering with the Georgetown Police Department, All Things Kids USA has secured products from Maple Landmark Woodcraft, Channel Craft, Patch Products, Slinky, Skullduggery and K'Nex to be given out to needy children throughout their principality located just 20 miles north of Austin, at Christmas.
The Blue Santa Program, now in its 17th year and serving over 1800 children, relies solely on the generosity of the people of Georgetown. Donations of toys are distributed freely while monetary donations are used to purchase items that fill donation gaps. "After buying mostly Chinese made toys, over the last few years, the police department and the Blue Santa Board decided to go for American made toys and source them through their local independent toy store," commented Karen Soeffker of All Things Kids, located on Main Street in Georgetown.
"We are proud to be able to participate through All Things Kids for this very worthy cause. The Blue Santa program should be commended for their efforts in providing safe, quality products that will not only last for generations, but are also made in the USA," mentioned Jill Stackhouse, sales manager at Maple Landmark.
To learn more about the Blue Santa Program or find out how to make a donation contact Karen Soeffker at firstname.lastname@example.org. Maple Landmark Woodcraft can be found by visiting www.maplelandmark.com.
Contact: Barbara Rainville • 800-421-4223
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