As our readers are aware, in anticipation of 2013, we are currently counting down the top ten most popular posts from our blog in 2012. Numbers one through five have been covered in a previous post and included subjects ranging from contest winners to tips from the Skin Cancer Foundation.
At Real Kids Shades, we were especially excited to see that our post Five Fun Outdoor Winter Activities for Children made the list as well. One of our goals is to increase awareness of the importance of protecting children’s eyes throughout all four seasons. You can read about posts one through five here.
The remaining five most popular posts turn our attention to sports safety and protecting kids’ eyes while on the go – even at school. Read on to see which posts topped our charts this year.
Xtreme Sport Sunglasses – Just Right for Soccer – Parents of athletic kids know how important it is to prevent injury on the field, and that includes eye safety. This post highlights one mom’s search for the perfect sunglasses for her young soccer player. She chose our Xtreme Sport sunglasses in Black/Pink.
Real Kids Shades to Sponsor 2012 Most Beautiful Eyes Contest – In May, we were excited to announce our sponsorship of Prevent Blindness America’s Most Beautiful Eyes Contest, which is an annual event designed to “get parents thinking about the importance of their children’s healthy vision…”
Olympic Athletes Know the Importance of Eye Protection – Few events this past year caught the Nation’s attention as much as the 2012 Olympics. We took the opportunity to highlight the athlete’s protective eyewear fashion.
Real Kids Shades Back to School Campaign – In August, we tried to make the cost of returning to school a little lower by offering our customers 20% off their entire order. We also gave away a $250 Visa Gift Card.
School Children Wear “Sunnies” in Sunny Australia – For this post, we went down under and reported the Australian trend of including sunglasses as part of school uniforms.
We want to thank you for helping us make 2012 a great year. We look forward to continuing to share information with you about all the latest in kids’ eye health and fashion. Let us know what topics you want to hear more about from us. Drop us a line in the comments section below or connect with us on our Facebook page.