CHATSWORTH, Calif., Aug. 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Pacific Shore Holdings, Inc. (PSHR) introduces the New Thermal-Aid Zoo Animal "Mini's". The Thermal-Aid Zoo are a 100% natural therapeutic, cuddly heating/cooling plush animal, specifically designed for kids, to reduce swelling, ease pain and gives kids of all ages a huggable pal year round. Now you will be able to get the popular Thermal-Aid Zoo Animal in a miniature version, Company founder Matthew Mills calls it the "Next big collectable".
The new Mini's are one-fifth the size of the original Zoo Animals, which are enjoyed by consumers of all ages around the world. The new Thermal Aid Zoo Mini's are making their debut in Las Vegas at the National Association of Chain Drug Stores ("NACDS") Expo on August 10th through August 13th 2013 just in time in time for the upcoming holiday gift-giving season.
"We are planning a roll out of several different animals over the next three years", states Mills. These cuddly zoo animals, when cooled in the freezer or heated in a microwave are designed to reduce swelling or fevers, and relieve growing pains. Filled with patented all-natural corn, and created to hold temperatures evenly for long periods of time. The original Thermal-Aid Zoo Animals names are, Jo Jo Monkey, Tiny Elephant, Ollie Koala, Happy Hippo, Baxter Rabbit, Bella Bear and Buckley Bear, along with the new line of Thermal-Aid Zoo Mini's. You can enter to win and follow the new Thermal-Aid Mini's on Facebook.
The real success story behind Thermal-Aid is what mothers are saying about this unique kid's product line. The blogger that simply calls herself "Mama" writes this about her 2-year-old son, Landon: "His molars have been coming in this last month and they're absolutely horrible. He's always been really good with teething – no fussing, fevers or sweats, really no symptoms except drooling. This time though, he's having a terrible time, constantly feverish. I've found that a cold thermal-Aid Zoo animal really helps with his sweats and fever. Many times he's fought sleep until I give him his Zoo Animal. It's nice to know that there is something that soothes Landon, when it's not always possible for me to do it. Also, it fits perfectly in our freezer, next to the Popsicles!" Mama further states, "Not only do doctors recommend Thermal-Aid, but I do too!" The Thermal Aid Zoo Animals retail for $14.95 and the Mini's will be available soon to consumers at $7.99.
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