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July 2009 | Vol. VIII - No. 7




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Green Means Go

How the Toy Industry is Becoming More Eco-Friendly


You've seen the influx of "green"-dubbed toys and children's products over the past few years, and it's only becoming greater. But how can retail stores make an even bigger impact — and leave a smaller ecocologial footprint — for the sake of the environment? In TDmonthly Magazine's August issue, see how toy stores are cutting back on bag use, increasing customer awareness about green initiatives, and more, in "Toymakers and Toy Stores Go Green."


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Marie RavenWriter's Bio: Marie Raven has a long history with the specialty toy industry as a family business. In addition to freelancing for TDmonthly Magazine, she writes creative and technical material for various other businesses. Read more articles by this author

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