History of the Radio Flyer
An American classic, the Radio Flyer has been manufactured for more than 80 years. Now producing over 50 wagon models, including plastic, steel and wood wagons, the company's sales equal 70 percent of the total wagon sales in the U.S....
Antonio Pasin started building wooden toy wagons in Chicago in 1917, selling
them to area shops. His business grew until the Liberty ...
Radio Flyer - The History Of An American Icon - Since 1917.
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Sep 27, 2012 ... Why does the world need Radio Flyer? Really … come on – it's just a toy. Would
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Under Robert's leadership, Radio Flyer sales have more than tripled, driven by
the most new product introductions in the company's history. By taking a “Good to
You might wonder when the first Radio Flyer wagon appeared on the toy scene. If
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Sixteen-year-old Italian immigrant Antonio Pasin arrived in New York in 1914
carrying little else than the carpentry skills he had learned from his father and ...