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Baby Strollers

New Up to Bat: MLB Baby Carriers

April 3, 2014

Baseball is back! Which means that we’ll once again be rushing to the ballpark, kids in toe, to create new memories and cheer on the home team! This season there
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Find Your Buy Buy Baby Bliss!

January 23, 2014

To celebrate the Contours Bliss 4-in-1 stroller being sold nation-wide in Buy Buy Baby, we’re giving one away! All you have to do is find the Bliss in your local
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Kolcraft Voluntarily Recalls Certain Jeep Liberty Branded Strollers

June 19, 2013

Today Kolcraft announced a voluntary recall in cooperation with the CPSC. The recall includes certain Jeep Liberty branded strollers. The only affected models are JL031, JL032, JL034, JL035 or JL036 manufactured between June 2010 and September 2011. The model number and date of manufacture are printed on a white tag on the rear upper center of each seat-back pad.

Team Kolcraft Joins Major League Baseball

February 12, 2013

The power of Major League Baseball Brand stems from equities built over nearly 150 years of play. Baseball has an unparalleled historical contest and unique social impact beyond the playing field. With tremendous family appeal and a large base of avid fans, Major League Baseball juvenile products allow parents to share the allegiance to their favorite team with their children.

Jeep Umbrella Stroller Named as One of iVillage’s Best!

November 15, 2012

Our Jeep Wrangler All-Weather Umbrella Stroller recently made iVillage’s list of the Best Umbrella strollers. An iVillage expert and a mom to a toddler reviewed the product and gave it four stars and said it was one of the lightest strollers that they reviewed.

Kolcraft Helping Kids In Distressed Situations

July 19, 2012

Kolcraft and our Kolcraft Mom ambassadors have been able to donate funds and products to K.I.D.S throughout the years, but we don’t always know who receives the products. We were thrilled to hear that the 1,658 Jeep strollers we donated valued at over $43,000 were delivered to kids in Sri Lanka