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Kidzcontrol™ Headphones Wins Parenting Award

Kidzcontrol™ Volume Limit Headphones Wins a 2013 National Parenting Publications Gold Award (NAPPA)

Joins NAPPA’s Elite List of Outstanding “Must-Have” Products for Parents

El Dorado Hills, CA, June 27, 2013 -- Kidz Gear™ www.GearForKidz.com, the award-winning Grown-up Performance, Built for Kids! brand, announced today that it has been named a 2013 National Parenting Publications Award (NAPPA) Gold winner, recognized for its KidzControl™ Volume Limit Headphones.

NAPPA’s independent, expert judges and parent testers evaluated hundreds of submissions for their innovation, safety, quality and the degree to which they make parenting easier.  After weeks of stringent testing, 25 products were selected to receive the coveted Gold Award, while 60 received Silver, and 41 were chosen as Honors.

“Each year, the experts and parent testers on our jury dive in and review, play with and meticulously test each entry we receive,” said Julie Kertes, NAPPA General Manager. “The products honored with the NAPPA seal this year stood out because of their innovation, quality, and the creative ways they help make parents’ lives easier.”

The perfect travel accessory for keeping children quiet and happy during long trips away from home, Kidz Gear headphones feature the proprietary KidzControl Volume Limit Technology.  The technology works by “limiting” the volume to approximately 80% of the maximum volume output capable from audio devices in the market today.  KidzControl Volume Limit Technology delivers a safe volume limited listening experience for children of all ages.  Ergonomically designed with soft padded child-sized ear-cups and high-quality audio components, the KidzControl Volume Limit Headphones available in a variety of colors are value priced at only $19.99, available immediately from U.S. retailers, such as Target, Brookstone and InMotion Airport Stores.  They are also available directly at www.GearForKidz.com, Amazon.com and other fine online retailers.

A complete list of all 2013 NAPPA Parenting Resources winners is available at www.NAPPAawards.com.

About NAPPA

For more than 20 years, the National Parenting Publications Awards (NAPPA) has been the go-to resource for the best products for families.  NAPPA’s team of independent, expert judges, along with family and child testers, select the most innovative and enduring products to be NAPPA Gold, Silver and Honors winners in two annual competitions — Children’s Products and Parenting Resources.  For more information, visit www.NAPPAawards.com.

About Kidz Gear

Incorporated in 2001, San Ramon, California Supply and Beyond, LLC is the exclusive manufacturer of the Kidz Gear brand of products and accessories.  The Kidz Gear brand was created by founder and mother Laurie Peterson with the purpose of developing a line of products and accessories with adult features, performance and quality but with ergonomic and economic sizes, styles and prices for children.  The Kidz Gear product line has received rave reviews and awards from various Mother’s Group Organizations and industry publications.  The company is continually focused on bringing more products to market that support the company’s mission –

Grown-Up Performance, Built for Kids! 

For more information visit www.GearForKidz.com, email: greatproducts@gearforkidz.com or
phone: (877) Kidz-Gear.

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