||About Little Tikes
The Little Tikes Company, founded in 1970, is a multi-national manufacturer and marketer of high-quality, innovative children's products. In 1984 it became a part of Rubbermaid Inc, the world's largest manufacturer of everyday use consumer and commercial durables. In 1999, Rubbermaid was acquired by Newell, Inc., making Little Tikes a part of Newell Rubbermaid.
Little Tikes headquarters and largest manufacturing facility are located in Hudson, Ohio. The company also has a number of locations in Europe and Asia. The world's largest rotational molder, Little Tikes employs more than 2,000 associates around the world, with about 1,300 based in Ohio.
Little Tikes products are known for providing durable, imaginative and active fun. Products are manufactured in a wide variety of categories for young children, including infant toys, popular sports, play trucks, ride-on toys, sandboxes, activity gyms and climbers, slides, pre-school development, role-play toys, creative arts and juvenile furniture.
The red and yellow Cozy Coupe Car, an international icon in toys, celebrated its 20th anniversary in 1999, with more than 6 million units sold since its creation.