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Holiday Toy Safety Graphics

Holiday Toy Safety Graphics

520167653Alongside the upcoming holidays of the month, December is Safe Toys and Gifts Months. We’ve created five Safe Toys and Gifts Month graphics for you to see, use, and share on your favorite social network. Here is an example of one of the tips we’ll be sharing this month:

  • Toys should have no sharp edges or points, and should be sturdy enough to withstand impact without breaking, being crushed, or being pulled apart easily.

Some of these tips can seem like no-brainers, but it can be easy to forget or overlook some safety issues that can be easily fixed. Other tips provided here aren’t as well known, or are easier to forget about in day-to-day life. Make sure your friends and family are aware of these tips as well, and ensure a safe, happy holiday by keeping yourself informed!

Just click on the graphics below – you can leave a Facebook comment or share it to a social network like Twitter or Pinterest without having to leave this page.

 

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About Courtney Carlstrom

Courtney is a social media intern at Protection 1. She has been learning about and contributing to Protection 1’s marketing and social media for a year, and has over two years of marketing, public relations, and social media experience. Courtney is currently pursuing a degree in chemical engineering at Purdue University, where she manages social media for the College of Engineering.

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  1. December is #SafeToys and Gifts Month. We’ve created five Safe Toys and Gifts Month graphics for you to share! http://t.co/7NcwgaZaf9

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