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Mayor of Toledo, Mike Bell, Admits He Got Involved In A Stikii Situation!
It starts with the question; why can’t shoes be fun? Stikii answers that question with the world’s first interactive children’s shoe. The two month old company, Stikii, has qualified to participate in the Walmart “Get on the shelf” Contest.
Virtually every local TV news station has shot video at Stikii’s headquarters, and several local celebrities have also been spreading the Stikii buzz too. Most notably, Steve Reamey (Gay Steve the gossip guru) of 100.7 the Vibe’s Andrew Z in the morning show. Steve said, “It’s about time a local company strived to give back to the community, and the jobs Stikii can create will have a long lasting effect on the economy!”
The “Get on the shelf” program is offering the coveted grand prize of distribution through all WalMart Stores. Tony Martinez, Marketing Coordinator, says the contest is the “American Idol” of retail products. He added, “With local support; Stikii will succeed in creating a nationally recognized brand with roots in Toledo, Ohio!”
Stikii isn’t just another boring shoe; it’s a new category in the footwear industry. Inventor Joe Chew said his kids loved shopping for toys, but didn’t enjoy traditional shoe shopping. He found a way to mix the two. With over 100 fun Stik-em accessories, kids are now able to redesign and individualize their shoes every day. Currently available in 4 sizes and in 8 vibrant colors, now shoes CAN be fun!
Stikii’s are available in the local Stride-Rite children’s shoe stores, and at www.Stikii.com. The start-up company has already gained tremendous buzz. While international distribution isn’t their initial objective, Inquiries have already been received from over 20 countries worldwide.
You can support this local company and its mission to win the “Get on the shelf” contest by visiting the website and voting! Stikii is also asking you to forward this information to your network of family and friends, and gain their support too.