Going Cross-Country with the Children of America Dolls

Friday, January 9, 2015 | 9:55 pm

Today, more than ever, our nation is striving to embrace cultural diversity, and what better way teach our children the concept than through their toys? Children of America Dolls, which was founded in 2007 to provide little girls with dolls that represent their own race and ethnicity, is now expanding its retail locations to include San Francisco, Washington, and even clients online through Amazon.

We’ve followed Eubanks on her company’s journey for the past several months (need a refresher? see some of our previous stories here) and we’re really excited to learn of her expansion.

Old and new clients will be glad to know that the Children of America dolls are available in Monrovia, South Pasadena, San Francisco, and Seattle, Washington. Eubanks adds that the brand has been reaching out to different retailers across the country to make the dolls more accessible to children nationwide. “From New York back this way. You know, Texas, all in between,” Eubanks explained. “We’ve been reaching out all over.”

Additionally, she says, “I’m going to have them on Amazon!” Foreign clients will have to wait for a while for the collection to be available on their shores, as Eubanks pointed out, “We’re just trying to make the people aware of us in this country. You start at home.”

Children of America Dolls are available on her website (www.coadolls.com) and are distributed at the Dinosaur Farm in South Pasadena, and also in Monrovia at The Dollmakers

 

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