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Stuk on U introduces organic Sleep-n-Play rompers
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Aug '08
Stuk on U, creator of the only baby and toddler romper with soft Velcro closures, introduces an organic cotton and bamboo sleeper the perfect sleep-n-play romper for parents who want simpler baby changes and eco-friendly apparel.

"Bamboo is perfect for baby's delicate skin because it is naturally hypo-allergenic and anti-bacterial. Bamboo also wicks away moisture, keeping babies comfortable and dry," said Jeanine Altreche, Stuk on U's creator. "Because bamboo drapes like silk our new rompers feel luxurious."

Look for Stuk on U Sept. 7 to 11 at booth no 032 at the ABC Kids Expo in Las Vegas.

The new selection, in white and sage, is decorated with original embroidery designs: "Pure Love" and "Delicious." The eco-friendly options, and a footless style, join Stuk on U's classic collection of tagless cotton and fleece sleepers and rompers in cool colors and fun patterns.

Stuk on U's original sleep-n-play wear keeps baby's chest covered during diaper changes and means no more fumbling in the dark with snaps, which are too easy to skip, or zippers that pinch.

Stuk on U rompers also are ideal for caregivers or grandparents who need a snap- and zipper-free way to dress little ones.

The Velcro used on all Stuk on U designs is smooth and gentle and the patent-pending design keeps closures from touching baby's skin.

Stuk on U is a finalist for the 2008 Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association (JPMA) Innovative Awards Competition, a highly sought recognition that celebrates new cutting-edge products.

"We believe so strongly in our babywear and it is an honor to see the JPMA and others recognize the potential too," Altreche said.

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