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DANBURY — Through November 18, Danbury-based Luke’s Toy Factory is hosting Free Toy Fridays.
Families only need to submit their name once for the duration of the free drawings (one entry per family). No purchase is necessary; entries are accepted through November 18. One winner will be chosen each week.
Luke’s Toy Factory will ship the winning toy.
“There is nothing people love better than a free toy,” said Newtown resident Jim Barber, who along with wife, Lois, and son Luke started the business, which has been selling to stores since June 2014. The products from Luke’s Toy Factory are 100 percent made in Danbury and Southington, and are eco-friendly.
“We are trying to put Americans to work,” Mr Barber said.
Visit lukestoyfactory.com/free-toy-friday to enter. Those unable to access the website can contact Jim Barber at 212-598-4500.
Luke’s Toy Factory items are available at The Toy Tree, 14 Church Hill Road in Newtown; and The Toy Room, 153 Greenwood Avenue in Bethel.