August 10, 2011
Super Rad Toys Launching Its Website
LOS ANGELES, Aug. 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Super Rad Industries (OTC MARKETS FBCD) is excited to announce that it will launch its new website this week. The new site will showcase products sold under the Super Rad Toys and Plastic City brands including Paul Frank, Jermaine Rogers, and Tristan Eaton. The new site not only works on the web but will also be mobile accessible.
"We are very excited to launch the new site this week. Not only will we be set-up to sell retail we will also have a wholesale section on the site," said Christopher LeClerc, CEO of Super Rad Industries. LeClerc continues, "We will also use the site as a way to communicate with our fans and to let them know about upcoming releases such as Marvel and Kewpie."
The driving force behind our website is the fact that online toy sales outpaced industry sales by jumping 22% as Americans become more comfortable shopping for toys online in 2010. According to leading market research by the NPD Group, http://www.npd.com, U.S. retail sales of toys generated $21.87 billion in 2010. NPD toy analyst Anita Frazier said that, "2011 should be another solid year for toys as the economy improves."
Super Rad's new website will be the launching pad for The Plastic Stock Exchange which should launch by the end of the year. This exciting new addition to Superradtoys.com is an interactive place for people to sell and auction their private toy collections. It is also a place for other toy companies to sell off their current stock to other retailers and collectors. The site will also feature special daily offerings and exclusive products.
About Super Rad Industries
Since 2006, Super Rad Toys has been at the forefront of the collectible art world, by producing innovative and high-quality vinyl collectibles that have gained an excellent reputation with collectors on a global basis. The founder's aspired to create original and inspired vinyl collectibles to be acquired and cherished in the same way traditional art collectors do fine art. They specialize in translating licensing, branding concepts and turning intellectual property into tangible products including toys, figures, house wares, apparel, and collectibles. As a result, the company has secured a portfolio of intellectual property and through various acquisitions of licenses, properties, and rights to utilize highly visible product brands.
Today, Super Rad Industries' team of professionals are continuing the success of identifying valuable intellectual property and trends, securing licensing and solidifying business relationships to insure the intellectual property rights, and designing products, in order to provides the highest quality of products and collectibles to consumers and fans.
For more information about Super Rad Industries products, contact Super Rad Industries at (310) 8365990. Visit the Super Rad Industries Website at http://www.superradindustries.com.
SOURCE Super Rad Industries