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KidSafe Inc. Wins Award for Best of Houzz 2014

Feb 23 2014, 12:22pm CST | by

The Best of Houzz Award is a prize given to selected professionals based on feedback that details customer satisfaction and overall quality of the offerings of the business. Winners are nominated based on reviews from clients in Houzz.com’s Customer Satisfaction category.

Santa Rosa, CA, February 23, 2014 --(PR.com)-- KidSafe Inc., one of this year’s Best of Houzz 2014 award-winners, is a growing online company that focuses on providing baby and child-proofing...

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KidSafe Inc. Wins Award for Best of Houzz 2014

Feb 23 2014, 12:22pm CST | by

The Best of Houzz Award is a prize given to selected professionals based on feedback that details customer satisfaction and overall quality of the offerings of the business. Winners are nominated based on reviews from clients in Houzz.com’s Customer Satisfaction category.

Santa Rosa, CA, February 23, 2014 --(PR.com)-- KidSafe Inc., one of this year’s Best of Houzz 2014 award-winners, is a growing online company that focuses on providing baby and child-proofing products to families, schools, churches, and businesses, and often seeks out new and innovative items to offer to their clients. KidSafe also has very high quality standards and chooses to sell only proven items that are certain to work well for the consumers who buy from the business.

KidSafeInc.com is a labor of love for founder Michael Hixson who started the business as a young father looking for solutions to use with his own family and in his own home back in 1996 when he discovered all the challenges of parenting a toddler. The little company that began in Mike’s garage is now a Top 1000 Online Retailer. Michael attributes the company’s success to knowing the value of quality, durability, and fair prices, and says he strives to offer caretakers what they need to achieve peace of mind and safe environments. “It’s about education and a solid product line that customers can count on,” says Hixson, “As a parent, I know that I wouldn’t settle for anything less… and we obviously wouldn’t allow our clients to settle for less either.”

It certainly seems the strategy is working and paying off for the growing online retailer. “We’ll keep providing the best products,” the founder of the award-winning company noted, “and people will continue to count on KidSafe for many years to come.”

Contact Information:
KidSafe Inc.
Michael Hixson
877-228-4501
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www.kidsafeinc.com

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