Teaming up to keep kids warm this winter

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Ready brek, the UK’s top selling porridge for kids under ten, has been providing youngsters with a nutritious and warming start to the day for decades. Likewise, since 2008, The All-in-One Company has been helping people across the world stay snug with its fun and unique onesie designs.

 

Joining forces and bringing their expertise together, the pair are giving consumers the chance to win one of ten onesies a day, in a brand new winter warming competition. The on-pack promotion will be available on the Original, Chocolate and Sachet packs until December 21st.

 

Kate Dawson, director of The All-in-One Company, said: “It’s fantastic to be involved with an established brand like Ready brek. With our perfectly complementing products, we can work together to help keep families warm, both inside and out. Every lucky winner will be able to design their own unique onesie, with their choice of fabrics, colours, patterns, hoods, ears, tails, pockets and thumb cuffs. You name it, we can do it.”

 

Caroline La Niece, Ready brek Brand Manager said, “Ready brek is all about providing great tasting, super-smooth breakfast for kids each and every morning. We know parents want to feel like they are giving their children a nutritious start to the day and by giving their kids a bowl of warming Ready brek they can be sure they are doing just that. Our partnership with The All-in-One company, gives us the perfect opportunity to keep kids warm inside and out this winter.”

 

Priding itself on its fun and playful values, The All-in-One Company encourages customers to channel this mind-set when designing their own personalised onesies. The brainchild of Kate Dawson, the onesies are all handmade in the UK and are now delivered to more than 200 countries worldwide.

 

Commenting on the success of the business, Kate said: ‘I think the story of The All-in-One Company helps people realise that starting their own business can be a realistic option. As well as making onesies, I’ve also had experience of running a childcare business and working in my family firm, so I have plenty of knowledge and experience, both good and bad, to pass on. The key thing I’d encourage people to remember though is to always remain positive and think you can, rather than you can’t.’

 

 

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