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LilBabyOnBoard Launches with Unique, Colorful Baby on Board Stickers

Company’s top-quality, silkscreen-printed stickers feature plenty of personality and are weatherproof and fade-resistant, LilBabyOnBoard reports

CHICAGO – July 23, 2018 /MarketersMedia/

Baby On Board Stickers remind other drivers to stay safe and focused, and now they can add fun, distinctive touches to any car, as well. Thanks to the launch of LilBabyOnBoard, placing a Baby Car Sign or sticker on a vehicle can enhance its personality, too. Available now at LilBabyOnBoard.com, the colorful, fade-resistant, weatherproof stickers come in a number of unique designs. Encouraging others to drive safely and considerately has never been more enjoyable.

“We’re happy to announce that we’ve launched the new site and now have four different types of stickers in stock,” said LilBabyOnBoard representative Emma Williams. “So many drivers today are distracted or overly aggressive, and that can be truly dangerous. An eye-catching, strategically placed sticker can remind these generally well-meaning people of their responsibilities and the stakes involved. At the same time, our LilBabyOnBoard stickers are also cute, colorful, and unique, making for fun additions to any car or truck.”

The Centers for Disease Control reports that more than 120,000 children were injured in car accidents nationwide in 2014 alone. In a report delivered to Congress, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration blamed “recognition errors” for four in ten collisions analyzed in the course of the associated study. With distracted and inattentive drivers simply failing to recognize the movements of vehicles and other details of their surroundings, no other single issue contributes to more accidents, with the category including overly aggressive behaviors coming in second.

The developing bodies of young children are also especially vulnerable to injuries when collisions do occur, even when they are protected by car seats, as is now generally required. In 1984, a parent named Michael Lerner founded a company named Safety 1st to produce and sell the first “Baby on Board” signs, with the goal of encouraging others on the road to drive more safely.

LilBabyOnBoard was created to put a fresh, fun new spin on this now-traditional fixture of American highways and roads. With all of the company’s products featuring bright, appealing, eye-catching designs, parents can be confident of doing everything possible to protect their precious children. The company’s top-quality, silkscreen-printed stickers resist fading and are entirely weatherproof, while also being easy to apply. With four unique designs now available for the site’s launch, visitors can also sign up for a newsletter and catch up with the latest baby-related travel news and tips at the LilBabyOnBoard blog.

About LilBabyOnBoard.com:

Offering a wide range of unique, colorful, weatherproof stickers, LilBabyOnBoard helps parents keep their children safe while adding a fun touch to any car or truck.

Contact Info:
Name: Emma Williams
Email: sales@lilbabyonboard.com
Organization: LilBabyOnBoard.com
Address: 735 N Milwaukee Ave #280, Wheeling, IL 60090
Phone: (847) 802-9520

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