Both Smokey and Woodsy are great toys. They are especially important to bring back as we try to stop wildfires and polluting. They are quality products, well made and very appropriate for any age. I suggested them to my neighbors and I let them see mine and I know that you got more orders after they saw the Smokey and Woodsy that I received. Thank you for bringing items back from the past. These are nostalgic but very modern and appropriate for our times today and now. Perhaps you could include the history and significance of these toys so that the recipients today would know how important and special they are.
July 27, 2015
Smokey and Woodsy
Nostalgia, yes indeed. My husband worked with the USFS and has Smokey and Woodsy from the 70s. We now have two great-grandsons and I decided these would be great Christmas gifts for them from Great Grandpa. Quality is fine. Thanks to VCS.
June 9, 2015
A good Smokey Bear
Almost like the one my brother had along time ago. I was looking for a Smokey and then I found one. A nice bear to have in your house....
March 3, 2015
Smokey the Bear from the past!
I'm not sure if this Smokey the Bear is made exactly like the one my little brother owned years (and years) ago, but he really does look very similar to how he was back then! He's very well made and worth the price. I bought him as a gift for a little girl...but I don't know...he brings back so many memories! Remember the campaign from way back..."Only you can prevent forest fires!". And that sign can still be seen occasionally near the entrance of the National Parks. And that's exactly why the original Smokey was made, and he can still teach the little ones a good lesson!
January 8, 2015
My grandson loves his Smokey Bear. I take him to the State Park near us every year to visit with Smokey Bear and this stuffed animal was the greatest Christmas present I could've given him. He's 6 years old and I didn't know if he was "too old" to enjoy it, but he talks to it and sleeps with it every night. Great product and so glad I purchased it. Thank you.
January 5, 2015