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Baby Sherpa's Safe-2-Go Takes Checkered Flag with NASCAR
NASCAR and Hendricks Motorsports drivers Jeff Gordon and Jimmie Johnson are teaming up with award winning Safe-2-Go® to offer specially designed and licensed child safety harnesses to their smallest fans.
” Safety is a priority for both parents and NASCAR so this is a natural partnership,”
Aimed at the fast moving toddler crowd, Safe-2-Go® is a safety harness backpack that is fun for small children to wear while providing a sense of security for parents when out and about in crowds.
Bearing car numbers 24 and 48, the new NASCAR series features a race car with a checkered flag as the retractable tether. Completing the innovative design is a patented 38” retractable nylon tether that tucks back in when not in use. Key features of the Safe-2-Go® include:
• Padded, adjustable shoulder straps;
• 50 lbs of pulling strength, and;
• A zippered pocket for small snacks or tiny treasures.
Invented by Nancy Vardalos Ginakes, sister of Hollywood actress, Nia Vardalos, Safe-2-Go® is CPSIA compliant, meets ASTM and CE safety standards, and is also lead, phthalate and PVC free.
"I am proud of my sister's innovative Safe-2-Go® design and the Baby Sherpa partnership with NASCAR,” said " Nia Vardalos, on behalf of Safe-2-Go®.
The Safe2Go NASCAR line will be available for sale this November for $30.00
Baby Sherpa® is a leading edge designer of gear-carrying solutions aimed at active families. Founded in 2002, Baby Sherpa® has received various juvenile product awards for excellence and innovation. They have offices in Cincinnati, Ohio and Stony Mountain, Canada.
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