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myWallaby introduces Agile Bag for girls ages 3 to 9
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Jul '09
myWallaby Limited has launched its website and is now selling the myWallaby Agile Bag, the first bag for girls ages 3 to 9 that serves both as a purse and doll carrier.

myWallaby Limited bags are made in the USA from the finest materials. Each purse contains over 50 individual pieces of fabric and accessories. myWallaby spent over a year and a half designing and developing the Agile Bag, the first girl's bag designed specifically to serve both as a purse and doll carrier. Its patent pending design enables it to be converted from a purse to doll carrier in just a matter of seconds. Once in carrier mode, it can accommodate a variety of dolls, ranging in size from 12 to 18 inches.

myWallaby will start shipping the Agile Bag during August 2009.

"We are excited to finally debut the myWallaby Agile Bag. My wife and I have worked hard to make sure the bag is designed with the features and quality that today's girls demand," says Eric Hildenbrand, the company's co-owner.

"After seeing so many girls around NYC with their dolls tucked under their arms, stuffed into backpacks or even into shopping bags, we knew we could create a product that would help girls transport and display their dolls in style," added Myriam Hildenbrand, the company's other co-owner.

Mr. Hildenbrand went on to state: "What really sets the myWallaby Agile Bag apart from others is that it is designed to carry a doll facing forward in an expandable pocket that resembles a real Wallaby pouch."

Established in 2008, myWallaby Limited was founded by Eric and Myriam Hildenbrand, a husband and wife team whose vision is to design and market bags and accessories for girls.

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