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Celebrate Radio Flyer

Here’s to the Next 93 Years

I have fond memories with my cousin pulling one another and jury-rigging the wagon to zip down the hill in our grandparent’s backyard in a Radio Flyer Wagon! Bridges of water spewed by the other as we sailed down the sidewalk. They are treasured memories of my childhood.

Memories so embedded that I passed along the joy to the next generation. My own children.  I can still see my Zac with his dog, Cricket, wandering the street with his bike pulling a Radio Flyer Wagon, attached by a jump rope, and filled with all his treasured belongings.

July 4th weekend is almost upon us, which means one thing- patriotic celebrations all wrapped up in red, white and blue! Families all over our great country will be heading to parks, beaches, and backyard barbecues to commemorate the occasion with fireworks, sparklers and other symbols of Independence Day. And many of them will be pulling behind them another American icon in a certain signature color- a Radio Flyer Wagon!

Since 1917, the famous little red wagons by Radio Flyer have been a favorite of families and kids everywhere. Boasting more than a dozen award-winning wagon models and a complete line of tricycles, scooters, and other ride-on, Radio Flyer is as synonymous with outdoor play as summer itself.

There are endless ways to enjoy your little red wagon, from standing out in the crowd at the Fourth of July parade, to toting all the ingredients for a fun summer picnic. Not only will your red wagon provide hours of outdoor adventures, but it will also bring a lifetime of memories too. That’s why Radio Flyer is celebrating the beginning of summer by launching the World’s Largest Wagon Mosaic. Simply capture your family’s Radio Flyer moments on camera and go to to add your photo and help the legacy of the little red wagon live on!

I received no compensation for this post. This post enters me to win a radio flyer wagon. The opinions are my own and were in no way influenced by the sponsor. Others experience may vary.

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