Pittsburgh Business Woman Donates Percentage of Sales to Cancer Research
RUFFS DALE, Pa. (PRWEB) October 29, 2005
Tammie Aaron-Barrada of Ruffs Dale, PA, a widow with 2 toddlers, invented a successful portable reward system for toilet training focused on positive reinforcement. As a busy parent she needed a system to be consistent during daily travel.
Aaron-Barrada lost her husband to cancer in 2001. After his death she was faced with financial challenges but was determined to make it. She developed her toilet training system and wrote a business plan that won the 2003 WriteIdea contest and launched her business. A percentage of all Aaron Barrada, Inc. sales go to Cancer Research, in loving memory of her husband.
Aaron Barrada, Inc. was the first company to provide a toilet training reward system designed specifically for today’s traveling children. The multi-award winning toilet training method makes toilet training easier with less hassle for moms and childcare providers. “I have tried a lot of potty training techniques over the past 18 years of family day care services. This product is a welcomed exciting and interesting way to make my job a little easier,” said Cathy Trout Child Care.
Aaron Barrada, Inc. is dedicated to supporting and developing children’s educational products that help children learn new tasks that promote independence and enhance self esteem while making life easier for mothers and child care givers.
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