St. Louis, MO. Holly Gerchen, a St. Louis resident and mother of two children, has added her third and fourth major toy awards this year for her patented Follow Me Fairies® Activity Pack. The Activity Pack is designed for girls ages three to eight and includes a doll, storybook, and other play items that all fit into in a plush child-sized backpack. The enclosed play items allow parents and children to create their own imaginative adventures by building upon the story in the book.
“I am most proud of the Kit’s ability to encourage quality parent-child interaction as well develop imagination and creativity,” said Holly about her product. “I wanted to provide parents an easy alternative to the passive entertainment provided by long hours of DVDs and videos, and instead give them a fun way to interact with their child.” To make it easy for traveling, all the play items can be zipped up into storage areas in the enclosed backpack. The Activity Pack's grab-and-go feature is a unique solution that solves the problem of what to bring when children leave the house, as well as organizing playtime during travel.
Holly now adds two Creative Child Magazine awards to her portfolio of accolades, a Creative Play of the Year Award and a Travel Fun of The Year Award. Receiving awards in two categories highlights the product’s unique design that fosters both creativity and travel entertainment. Holly’s previous 2012 awards were a Parents’ Choice Fun Stuff Award, and a Tillywig Sterling Fun Award. Award announcements have noted that the Activity Kit is “special” amongst the crowded travel craft kits marketplace, and that their product testers will be “taking this pack along with them for a long time to come.”
Holly Gerchen is the Chief Creative Officer of Follow Me Fairies®, LLC. The Follow Me Fairies® company develops and markets products specifically designed to develop a child’s creativity and imagination, along with promoting meaningful interaction between parent and child.
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