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PTPA Media.com Reveals Packaging Parents Hate
Parent Tested Parent Approved Reveals Packaging Parents Hate Holiday Gift Best & Most Annoying Product Packaging List
Thousands of retailers and parents in search of the safest, kid-tested products, come to the PTPA Media.com web site for consumer purchasing advice. Now they can go to the website and join with other parents in telling holiday gift makers the type of packaging they find annoying.
One parent tell this packaging horror story, “My worst was trying to open a game for my, at the time 2 1/2 yr old. Well that plastic is so tuff to tear and is quite sharp. I ended up bleeding all over the game and my daughter didn’t want to ever play that game again. She called it “bad daddy blood game”.
President, and mom Sharon Vinderine states, “Parents believe that opening toys, or other family holiday gift items should not require tools, or risk the shedding of blood when cut by sharp plastic. PTPA Media.com is publishing the winners list, as well as revealing what parents hate in packaging with hope companies are listening.”
PTPA Media .com Holiday Gift Best & Most Annoying Product Packaging Lists
Holiday Gift Best Packaging List
• Cloud B Gentle Giraffe and The Polar Cuddle Club - The collection of sleep products by Cloud B are all easily opened and assembled.
• Too Many Monkeys by Gamewright - easy to open and everything fits back in nicely which is great for kids.
• Silly Socks by Pressman Toys–very easy for kids to open - all game pieces fit in the game - great for storage.
• Crayola Crayon Town – pops out of the box ready for use.
• The Very hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle – super easy open packaging.
Holiday Gift Most Annoying Packaging List
• Dolls that are tie wrapped into the boxes that are twisted into knots - require heavy-duty scissors.
• Clamshell packaging - requires a sharp scissor or knife to open, has sharp edges once opened.
• Dolls with hair sewn into the packaging - inevitably tears when being removed.
• Twist ties around each individual part of a toy, that is then further taped down, requires cutting tape to even access the tie wrap, then untying them.
• Large electronic toys, screwed into the box, requiring tools to remove from the packaging.
About PTPA Media.com
• PTPA Media.com –stands for Parent Tested, Parent Approved–began in 2007. The company's mission: marry innovative companies with discerning consumers, to provide reliable and relevant information to both parties with the intent of improving exciting quality products. The company has quickly gained a large following of new, as well as seasoned parents and forward thinking companies.
• PTPA Media.com Seal Of Approval: is today’s new model for product approval, giving independent volunteer parent consumers, a direct voice into the manufacture of products for families.
• PTPA Media.com Empowers Consumers: User interaction is the new way the world expects business to function and is at the heart of what is vibrant, important, and really new and powerful in the marketplace. Savvy industry leaders are listening, & PTPA’s Seal Of Approval is prized, Parent Tested, Parent Approved.
• PTPA Media.com Fosters Vital Connection: connecting industry, (everyone from fortune 100 companies, to start ups), with independent testing, data, grading, and evaluations, direct from volunteer parents & their families.
• PTPA Media.com Provides a Platform for Companies: to help them introduce their products into the marketplace as those chosen and approved by the experts who really matter, parents.
For more information on PTPA Media or to book Sharon Vinderine contact
Jesse Gift at email@example.com or 905-738-1447
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Parent Tested, Parent Approved began in 2007. The company's mission: marry innovative companies with discerning consumers, to provide reliable and relevant information to both parties with the intent of improving exciting quality products.