DANBURY, Conn. -- Between now and Thanksgiving, Luke's Toy Factory in Danbury is giving away one free toy with a drawing every Friday.
To enter the drawing, it is only necessary to submit one's name once for the entire duration of the free drawings (One entry per family, please).
Not only are the toys from Luke’s Toy Factory made in the U.S., they are made right in Connecticut. And they’re eco-friendly as well.
Luke's Toy Factory in Danbury is owned by Jim and Lois Barber of Newtown, and their son, Luke, is the chief toy designer.
The trucks, which are made from a wood plastic composite, resemble the old school style most adults grew up with, that come without all the bells and whistles of modern-day toys.
The factory creates four different kinds of trucks: a fire truck, dump truck, cargo truck and tipper truck, and each one uses five to nine unique parts.
Children can mix and match the parts to create their own truck. (Read more about Luke's Toy Factory here on the Daily Voice .)
For the giveaway, every Friday, a different “celebrity” draws a name out a hat for free toy.
It is not necessary to make a purchase to enter a name for the drawing.
To enter the drawing, go onto Luke's Toy Factory website . For more information, call 212-598-4500 or send an email to: Info@lukestoyfactory.com.
Luke's Toy Factory is at 128 E. Liberty St., Danbury.