Bean Head Toys has turned over its keys to regional toy store chain Brilliant Sky Toys & Books. Seven years ago, original proprietor Chris Lowe opened Bean Head Toys in Sandy Springs, Ga., with a second store popping up several years later, in the Buckhead district of Atlanta.
Demdaco has entered into a licensing agreement with kathy ireland Worldwide, one of the country’s most powerful brands founded by CEO and Chief Designer, Kathy Ireland. The new line of products, kathy ireland Baby by Demdaco, features luxurious baby blankets and plush toys designed as a result of a collaboration between Demdaco’s Nat & Jules development team and kathy ireland Worldwide.
The kathy ireland Baby collection is a natural extension to the Nat & Jules brand of children’s toys and keepsakes. The collection will be available to preview in Demdaco showrooms this winter in Atlanta, Dallas, and Las Vegas. Kathy Ireland will make a special guest appearance in the Atlanta Demdaco showroom on January 9 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Delta Children, a 45-year old family business, will donate new cribs, valued at $60,000, to Caring For Others, Inc. in Atlanta, where the cribs will be distributed to pre-registered families in need. On May 21, recipient families will arrive at Caring For Others to receive the cribs and learn about crib safety. The donation was made possible via the help of Kids in Distressed Situations (K.I.D.S.), a non-profit organization that connects companies and children in need.
A Safe Sleep demonstration will be held at Caring For Others, Inc., where Joseph Shamie, Delta Children’s president and K.I.D.S. board member, will stress the importance of a safe crib and offer tips to the families.
Delta Children has made it its mission to help families nationwide provide safe sleep environments for their children. This is part of a larger donation made to K.I.D.S. by Delta, who promised to donate cribs, valued at $1 million, to the organization.
K.I.D.S. will implement the distribution of the cribs on behalf of Delta Children to the families in need.