This summer, See Kai Run pulled a hat trick by taking home three different awards from three very distinguished award organizations. While methodology was a little different across each platform, the objective was the same; recognize product excellence in the children’s footwear category. We are humbled and honored to have been recognized by these wonderful organizations. Thank you, fans, voters, panelists, and all of those who made these awards happen.
See Kai Ruin was named the Cribsie 2020 Favorite Footwear Brand for babies and tots. Chosen by the general public, the Cribsie Award winners represent the best brands and products for parents with little ones. Using a secure voting platform that limits users to one unique vote per email address, the Cribsies represent a true, untainted measure of the public’s opinion on the top parenting brands. With hundreds of thousands of votes cast and a reach in the millions, the Cribsies are the definitive awards for parents. Learn more here, cribsieawards.com
Creative Child Awards:
This year, the Kristin Rainbow Sequins was named Creative Child’s 2020 Product of the Year in the Kids Footwear category. Creative Child Magazine's Awards Program is unique in that all products submitted are reviewed by moms, educators and early education professionals. Therefore, every product that is reviewed is by the very people who would purchase them. Each year, a two day event is held in Henderson, NV where over a 60 guest reviewers are invited to a local convention center to attend our product review. All products are divided into categories and displayed at various stations. Guest reviewers are asked to sit and review each product at every station. This allows for each product to receive multiple reviews. Learn more here, awards.creativechild.com
Mom’s Choice Awards:
This summer, See Kai Run received a Mom’s Choice Award a for product excellence with the Kristin Rainbow Sequins receiving the Gold - Level One award. The Mom’s Choice Awards®
(MCA) evaluates products and services created for children, families and educators. The program is globally recognized for establishing the benchmark of excellence in family-friendly media, products and services. The organization is based in the United States and has reviewed thousands of items from more than 60 countries. The evaluation process uses a proprietary methodology in which items are scored on a number of elements including production quality, design, educational value, entertainment value, originality, appeal and cost. Each item is judged on its own merit. Learn more here,