Little Red Stories
"When my kids were little, I had a Radio Flyer wagon. I would take them for rides daily. They loved going for rides. That wagon has been everywhere. We have lots of fun memories! My kids are now 28 and 30. I still have the wagon, waiting for the next generation to create more memories. "
"My youngest daughter received her Radio Flyer Wagon for Christmas when she was about 21 months. We would put her in the wagon and pull her around the yard singing "Jingle Bells". She enjoyed this very much and pretty soon she would climb in by herself, demanding "Tingo Way", her version of Jingle Bells. The name stuck and to this day, 24 years later, our much used Radio Flyer is known as Tingo Way. "
"My brothers and I always had a Radio Flyer red wagon growing up. Our sons always had one. But my husband had a modest upbringing in St. Louis, And never had one of his own. They're bright red. It's Valentine's Day. It's our 49th year of marriage. Today in his 70s, Mike finally got his own Radio Flyer red wagon."