Toygaroo Provides Toy Rental Service for Hospitality Industry
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 13, 2011
Toygaroo.com Provides Toy Rental Service for Hospitality Industry
Online toy rental service Toygaroo has launched a program providing its services to hotels, motels and other hospitality businesses, allowing families to avoid lugging around toys when traveling with their children.
The company's unique service, which operates similar to Netflix, can now be easily integrated into existing hotel guest offerings, allowing them to provide toys available for families upon check-in. Once the guests have completed their stay and returned the toys, the hotel can then send the toys back to Toygaroo.
"By working with us, hotels and resorts can improve their guest retention by offering activities for kids while families are on vacation," said Nikki Pope, Toygaroo spokesperson. "This allows for an affordable, family-oriented service that can be easily implemented by any business that provides lodging accommodations."
Toygaroo offers the largest selection of toys for rent in the world, and its services can be custom tailored to meet each individual hotel's specific requirements. Through the reservation process, hotel staff can now ask travelers if they would like to have toys and games available upon their arrival, without having to worry about the business purchasing and maintaining its own set of toys.
Toygaroo also has an exclusive "No Yuck Factor" sanitation process, which means that its toys are thoroughly cleaned and sanitized and arrive to clients cleaner than new.
"It can be very difficult for a family to haul around toys in their luggage, especially now with the extremely high baggage fees most airlines charge," Pope said. "Hotels can help ease this burden by providing a toy rental service for customers as part of the reservation process."
Toygaroo was also featured on the March 25 episode of ABC's "Shark Tank," where the company received angel investments from high-profile entrepreneurs Mark Cuban and Kevin O'Leary. For more information on the company, visit http://www.Toygaroo.com.