'Two Bedrooms, Two Baths, and a Free Ride on My Electric Pony'

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To promote certain houses on the Village Homes lot (Denver, CO), marketing director Barb Anderson said the company used a kiddie-ride. You know, like the coin-op space ships at grocery stores.

"One of the important influencers on a home purchase is the kids. At the end of the day ... the home with the kiddie ride is sure to get remembered by the home-buyer family," she said.

Gimmicky, but I can see the charm.

Kiddie Rides USA (KRUSA) of Denver, CO provides machines for this and other interested parties (doctors offices, car dealerships and reporters in midlife crises have also tried them). KRUSA also claims to be the last indy kiddie ride company left in the country.

by Angela Natividad    Jun-26-08   Click to Comment   
Topic: Outdoor, Promotions   

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Does the family get to keep the electric pony, or do they shatter the kid's dreams of riding into the sunset before bedtime?

Does this mean electric scooters for elderly interested in buying assisted living condos?

Posted by: John Gillett on June 26, 2008 11:48 AM





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