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Stikii welcomes a new dealer to it's exclusive family of distributors. Bon-Mimi

Stikii welcomes a new dealer to it's exclusive family of distributors.

Bon Mimi http://www.bonmimi.com/

We encourage our loyal fans to snap up the savings over our traditional MSRP (Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price) due to the buying power of the national e-retailer Bon Mimi.

This a limited time offer and their event will be ending soon!

Awesome editorials and adorable kids! Thanks to the RandomBlogette.com!

http://www.randomblogette.com/2012/05/stikii-why-cant-shoes-be-fun/

Have you heard of Stikii shoes? If you haven’t you are missing out. Stikii is a new kids’ shoes company located in Toledo, Ohio! When I say new, I mean new! Stikii was just launched on December 1st, 2011!
Curious about how Stikii shoes work? I sure was. I was first introduced to the company at The Toledo Baby Child & Family Expo last weekend. They looked like such a fun company. I wanted to be a part of it too! They even rolled a car up in the Expo building!

Stikii has been named GoDaddy's Featured Site of the Week!

Toledo-based Stikii asks, "Why can't shoes be fun?"

Stikii is honored to announce web host GoDaddy has selected the Stikii website as their "Featured Site of the Week"

They tweeted the news to over 125,000 followers!

When it comes to shopping for toys or shopping for shoes, most kids will pick toys every time. Toledo businessman Joe Chew, who has two young children, thought, "Why not make shoe shopping fun?" Turning his idea into reality, in December 2011 Joe launched Stikii, which features colorful emblems kids can stick on their shoes.

Toledo-based Stikii asks, "Why can't shoes be fun?"

Abec's SMALL BUSINESS REVIEW
Toledo Edition Please Support Small Business Owners April 2012

Toledo-based Stikii asks, "Why can't shoes be fun?"
By Bonnie Gretzner
When it comes to shopping for toys or shopping for shoes, most kids will pick toys every time. Toledo businessman Joe Chew, who has two young children, thought, "Why not make shoe shopping fun?" Turning his idea into reality, in December 2011 Joe launched Stikii, which features colorful emblems kids can stick on their shoes.

Unscrupulous, Illegal Conduct By Sylvania City Council

The Sylvania Area Community Improvement Corporation (SCIC) contributed $10,000 to help One Sylvania promote a 'merger' with Sylvania Township. Dee-Dee Liedel objected to the legality of this donation, but she was shouted down and out voted. Now it seems Dee isn't alone. Attorney General Nancy H. Rogers objects as well.

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