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Step2 Sponsors New Cleveland Indians “Rookie Suite” at Progressive Field

Step2 is proud to be partnering with the Cleveland Indians again this year. Along with University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital and KeyBank, Step2 is sponsoring the new “Rookie Suite,” a 4,000 square foot play area for children 6 and under featuring a variety of Step2 toys including the Clubhouse Climber, two Up & Down Roller Coasters, and a Grand Walk-in Kitchen.

The new section is on the mezzanine level, and stretches from right field toward first base. It replaces the KidsLand area. This area will also replace previous seasons’ pregame activities geared toward children held in Gateway Plaza, between Progressive Field and Quicken Loans Arena.


“Fan feedback drove our decision to create the Kids Clubhouse,” said Indians president Mark Shapiro. “Fans have stressed the importance of sharing memorable experiences with their families at Progressive Field, so we have built an area that can be enjoyed by fans from all generations — especially our youngest fans.”

We Had a Blast at BlissDom Canada ’11

BlissDom Canada ’11 was quite a success. We had a blast at our booth and met some absolutely amazing women. Attendees were invited to stop by our booth for some fun with boas, whiteboards, and Polaroids.

Grab a Boa

We asked our visitors to fill in the blank of what is most important to them when it comes to play. We then took a picture of them with their signs and added it to our “Play is…” picture wall and to Flickr.

Play is…

Play is

During the 2-day conference, we gave away 2 Grand Walk-in Kitchens and 2 Push Around Buggies. Congratulations to our winners: Kate of Little Miss Kate, Jennifer of Kids CBC Parents, Robin from Shop With Robin, and Kim of Kids CBC.

Step2 booth

We are so grateful to have met so many amazing women including Jeannine from My Bits and Bleeps who personally delivered the Push Around Buggy we brought to the show to the Women’s Habitat as a donation on our behalf.

Step2 Canada

We are excited to now be shipping directly to Canada and look forward to connecting with all the bloggers interested in reviews and giveaways. We will be reaching out to you soon!

Step2 is a Proud Sponsor of BlissDom Canada ’11

To celebrate the launch of Step2.com in Canada, we are heading to Toronto this week for BlissDom Canada ’11. We’re inviting all attendees to stop by our booth (#12) to learn about the toys now available in Canada, to enter to win a Grand Walk-in Kitchen or Push Around Buggy, and to add to our exciting picture wall.

We think Step2 products are fun, playful, and enhance creative play (hey, some of us have even been caught playing with the toys at our office!), so we’re launching a campaign at BlissDom Canada called “Play is…” We will be asking moms to fill in the blank of what is most important to her when it comes to play. We’ll then take a picture of her with the sign and add it to our “Play is…” picture wall. We’ll also be uploading the photos to Flickr.

We want to make sure all the ladies that stop by our booth have some fun (after all, you’re never too old to play). So we’ll also be giving away red feather boas to wear during the conference and then take home to your kiddos.

This will be our second BlissDom event. We attended to BlissDom ’11 (the US version in Nashville) this past January. However, this is the first time we are sponsoring and having a booth at a blogger event.

We’ll be tweeting live from the event. Follow along with the hashtags #playis and #blissdomcanada.

Alison Kramer, founder of Nummies

About BlissDom (from blissdomcanada.com)

Blissdom Canada is Canada’s first and only social media conference for women, by women; it’s an exploration and celebration of how, why, and in what ways women use the Internet and other digital tools to pursue, achieve and hold on to their bliss. Women from across North America will gather to discuss what it means to be a Canadian woman networking, publishing and pursuing both business and pleasure in a borderless online world. All this, and plenty of opportunity for fun, frolic and friendship, under the bright red maple leaves of autumn in Canada’s largest city.