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The Achievements of Radio Flyer Wagons


Over the past 80-90 years, Radio Flyer wagons have become one of the top names in children's wagons out there. They were designed and first made by Antonio Pasin, who happened to be an Italian immigrant. This was his dream and he made it all come true, designing wagons that were great for all kinds of children. Although it took a lot of hard work to get there, he was finally able to build his own dream - these wonderful wagons for children.

For many years now, one of the achievements of Radio Flyer wagons has been to be the favorite producer of these types of toys. Customers are happy with their toys and the company name is known in most households today. Over time it has been their top quality, great standards, and dedication that has brought them a variety of awards and achievements.

There have been many different awards given to Radio Flyer wagons for many different reasons. Both their wagons and the tricycles that they make have been given awards. Just a few of the top awards they have been awarded over the years include Dr. Toy, National Parenting Center's Seal, Parent's Choice, Parent's Media, The Great American Toy Test, and many others. These are only a few of the many awards that these wagons have received over time.

When the company producing Radio Flyer wagons celebrated their 80th anniversary, they decided to make the largest wagon of all time. They succeeded, and this did become the largest wagon in the entire world. It is actually 13 feet wide, 27 feet long, and weighs over 15,000 pounds. This was definitely an accomplishment on their part and a great way to celebrate more than 80 years of production.

Pasin and his Radio Flyer wagons have achieved so much over time. In fact, Pasin actually was introduced into the Toy Industry Hall of Fame. This was to honor all the imagination behind the toys that he has invented, and truly was a huge achievement for the toy inventor.

 


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