Pre Golden Globe Event for celebs & kids
ALLENTOWN, Pa. & LOS ANGELES, Jan. 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Once Upon A TreeHouse, a company that sells a complete line of handmade dollhouses, dolls and accessories, is excited to announce that Once Upon A TreeHouse products will be featured at the pre-Golden Globe Awards Boom Boom Room celebrity gifting suite at the Hilton Los Angeles / Universal City on January 11-12, 2013. Hosted by celebrity fashion and children's product maven Jayneoni Moore, Boom Boom Room events showcase the latest in kid's toys, fashions and accessories.
Once Upon A TreeHouse's co-founders, sisters Lori Schoeneman and Tara Schoeneman-Brown , will attend the event in Los Angeles, providing hand-crafted, eco-friendly dolls, dollhouses and accessories to celebrity parents and their children. Moore, a high-profile tastemaker whose Boom Boom Room events have become a tradition prior to major awards shows, turns unique children's products into must-have kid's toy, fashion and accessory trends.
"We're thrilled to be a part of the Boom Boom Room event," said Schoeneman, who was inspired to launch the company with her sister when they noticed a dearth of quality-made dollhouses, dolls, toys and accessories on the market as they sought well-crafted products for their own children. "A-listers and parents everywhere are looking for toys that spark imaginative play. We're excited about providing dolls that reflect modern families and toys that are made with sustainable materials according to old-world standards."
Once Upon A TreeHouse has attracted a growing number of fans with a lovable line of dolls and beautiful, durable dollhouses and accessories made by family-owned manufacturing partners in the U.S. and Germany. All toys are crafted with sustainable materials like genuine wood, cotton and wool. Once Upon A TreeHouse uses fair-trade business practices and wood harvested from sustainable forestry and other all-natural material.
Once Upon A TreeHouse dolls are sold on an individual basis so children and caregivers can choose characters that reflect their real-life families. Dollhouses are customizable so children's favorite colors and other individual preferences can be incorporated. Once Upon A TreeHouse also provides handmade clothes with Velcro closures for easy dress-up fun. The company's website features an interactive space where parents, caregivers and children can find fun ideas, including crafts, recipes, videos, printable accessories and storybooks featuring Once Upon A TreeHouse doll characters.
An exclusive, invitation-only event, the Boom Boom Room gifting suite typically attracts the attention of top celebrity parents. Widespread media coverage of the event is also expected. Find out more about Once Upon a TreeHouse at www.onceuponatreehouse.com.