Ho-Ho-Tow: Green Flag launches purpose-led roadside recovery service for toy cars this Christmas
Today, breakdown provider and roadside recovery expert, Green Flag launches ‘Little Green Flag’, a purpose-led recovery and reward service for children, in partnership with leading toy brand Little Tikes.
The heart-warming service sees Green Flag come to the rescue of families as it recovers iconic Little Tikes’ Cozy Coupes that children have loved but outgrown. Taking them to be recycled and gifting new toy wheels to children’s charity, The Toy Project, who then will gift back to disadvantaged schools, nurseries, and families just in time for Christmas.
On a first come, first served limited basis, Little Green Flag will collect, tow used red and yellow vehicles- across London using its iconic green recovery van as if they were real cars, and then take them to be recycled.
Noah Montenegro, aged eight, from South London was Little Green Flag’s first mini customer. Having enjoyed many miles in his Cozy Coupe growing up, the time had come for him to wave goodbye to his much loved first set of wheels.
Noah comments: “It was so fun seeing my tiny toy car loaded up onto the big green van and it’s cool I get to make another little girl or boy happy this Christmas”.
Mark Newberry, Commercial Director at Green Flag also commented: “Little Green Flag sees us doing what we do best – helping people and rescuing cars. Outgrown toy cars need recovering too and who better to do it than Green Flag. Together, with our partners, we hope to bring many smiles to those in need this Christmas.”
Michelle Lilley, Head of Marketing UK at Little Tikes, said: “We’re delighted to announce our partnership with Green Flag. Our Cozy Coupes have been part of playtime for decades and who better to work with than Green Flag to recover and recycle used cars from children who have outgrown them, while rewarding a new generation with brand new ones!”
To get involved with Little Green Flag’s recover and reward service ahead of Christmas, simply contact [email protected] and on a first-come-first-serve basis, Green Flag will collect used toy cars for recycling.
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About Little Green Flag
Little Green Flag is a recovery and reward service available in London, whereby Green Flag will come and collect old and used Little Tikes Cozy Coupes and take them to be recycled. Brand-new toy vehicles will be gifted to a child in need via children’s charity, The Toy Project.
The collection service is limited to a maximum of 50 Little Tike Cozy Coupes and will run from 15th December – 22nd December 2021.
About Green Flag
With over 50 years' experience, Green Flag provides customers with breakdown cover 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Customers have access to a network of breakdown operators across the UK and mainland Europe (Euro Plus cover required).
Green Flag is underwritten by U K Insurance Limited, Registered office: The Wharf, Neville Street, Leeds LS1 4AZ. Registered in England and Wales No 1179980. U K Insurance Limited is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority.
Green Flag and U K Insurance Limited are both part of Direct Line Insurance Group plc.
Customers can find out more about Green Flag products or get a quote by calling 0345 246 1557, connecting via the Green Flag Rescue Me Application, or visiting www.greenflag.com
About Little Tikes
All Little Tikes products encourage active & imaginative play for kids. Products that get small bodies moving, spark curiosity, create wonder and let kids dream big. The Little Tikes Company, founded in 1970, is a Hudson, Ohio-based multi-national manufacturer and marketer of durable, high quality and engaging children’s products. Since becoming a part of the MGA Entertainment family in November 2006, Little Tikes® has been taken to new heights through exciting product innovation, strategic marketing and licensed partnerships. For further information, please visit www.littletikes.co.uk.
About Toy Project
The Toy Project is a London based charity which deliver toys and gifts to disadvantaged children and families, as well as to those with complex needs or are struggling financially, including hospitals and hospices, bereavement centres, refugee centres, homeless centres. Visit www.thetoyproject.co.uk.