Kiddimoto launches new BoxKart website with compo for F1 caps

Published on: 6th September 2013

Following the successful launch of the BoxKart website, Kiddimoto will run competitions for both retail and trade customers to win signed Mercedes and Force India F1 team caps.Box300 has been launched so that users of BoxKart can get the most from their wheeled toy. BoxKart looks back to a nostalgic period when the original soap box racers ruled the hills. Nowadays it is BoxKart that is proving very popular as parents and grandparents build the little kart for their child or grandchild to play with in the garden, park or pavement.

Simon Booth, Kiddimoto’s MD, said: “BoxKart has been immensely popular with countless repeat orders. will help us promote BoxKart in the run up to Christmas and beyond as we ramp up our marketing activity. Visitors will be able to see everything from the history of the BoxKart to how to build one. The site will also begin to form a BoxKart community as customers register their BoxKarts on the site.”

Retail customers will be able to win a signed Mercedes F1 team cap in a competition run through the BoxKart facebook and Twitter pages. Trade customers will have the opportunity to win a signed Force India F1 team cap when they place an order for the little kart before Christmas.

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