PRLog - Feb. 28, 2013 - SILVER SPRING, Md. -- Shiny, whimsical and colorful. Kids won’t be able to resist reaching for the new Travel Buddies 3-D luggage designs by TrendyKid (http://www.TrendyKid.com)
TrendyKid's Archie Alien 3D case
One-eyed Archie Alien in monster green has his tongue lolling from his mouth.
Popo Parrot is glossy in bright red set off with a giant yellow beak.
Percy Penguin is a wide-eyed charmer in shiny black.
The new designs joined Rusty Robot, TrendyKid’s design that rocks bright blue and red and also pops in a fun 3-D motif. The four cases are an expansion of the company’s existing ladybug, panda and alien designs.
For tweens, TrendyKid has CHAT and Danger Zone designs from its TravelKool line, on-trend cases that appeal to fashion-conscience older kids who want their luggage to look as good as the clothes they carry.
Travel Buddies may be purchased as a set comprising a 17” hardshell wheelie case and matching 13” backpack, or bought separately at www.TrendyKid.com. Sets sell for $89.99 each; individual pieces are priced at $64.99 for the case and $29.99 for the backpack. The CHAT and Danger Zone cases in TrendyKid’s TravelKool tween line retail for $69.99 each.
All cases feature a polyester lining with dividing pocket and zip compartment, internal garment straps and easy-roll wheels that are color coordinated with the case exterior. An adjustable, multi-length handle makes for easy maneuverability for kids and adults alike.
TrendyKid luggage conforms to the standards set by the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008 (http://www.cpsc.gov/
Visit www.TrendyKid.com to see the full range of cases and backpacks available. To interview children’s packing and travel expert Rachel Stephens, co-founder of TrendyKid, contact Rachel@TrendyKid.com or 202-552-6925 ext. 130. Stephens’ P.A.C.K. philosophy helped lead to the development of TravelKool.
MEDIA CONTACT: Rachel Stephens
202-552-6925 ext. 130
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ABOUT TRENDYKID | TrendyKid, a Washington, D.C. based children’s luggage and travel gear company, was founded by husband-and-