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Parents, Kids Enjoyed Kids Korral at Annual Komen Atlanta Race for the Cure
Date:5/12/2009

ing a little more special around the Komen Atlanta Race for the Cure event," said Kids II Vice President of Marketing Miles Bohannan. "We feel strongly that we have accomplished that with our sponsorship of the Kids Korral. It's a perfect way for our company to make a meaningful contribution to this incredibly important fundraising event in Atlanta. We applaud Komen Atlanta's dedication to finding a cure and proudly support this year's Race for the Cure."

The Komen Atlanta Race for the Cure is Georgia's largest and most successful education and fundraising event for breast cancer. Since its inception in 1991, the Atlanta affiliate has raised more than $19 million for breast cancer research, local grassroots organizations, community agencies and support groups to help provide assistance to breast cancer patients and their families.

About Kids II, Inc.

One of the world's fastest growing infant products companies, Kids II has been reinventing baby toys and gear for three generations and counting. Kids II designs, distributes and markets nearly 100 products under its Bright Starts(R) brand name. Kids II also holds the license to design and manufacture products for Baby Einstein(TM) and Boppy(R). The company's award-winning products have revolutionized the industry time and time again.

Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, Kids II has international affiliate operations in Australia, Canada, Europe, China, Hong Kong, Japan and Mexico. Visit www.kidsii.com

    Contact:
    Kristie Anderson
    kristie.anderson@kidsii.com
    (678) 597-1855


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