Center Parcs introduces ‘Teddy Tagging’ service to reunite more children with their lost bears
Center Parcs is going to new lengths to tackle an age old problem - the lost teddy.
On average during 2012, 700 teddy bears were lost at Center Parcs. Of these, 320 were returned back home to their families – a good record, but one that the Center Parcs team thinks can be improved in 2013.
Now teddy tags will be available at Center Parcs arrival lodges, for guests to tie to their teddy’s arm to ensure their bears can be easily reunited with the family, should they get lost.
The scheme will be trialled at Center Parcs’ four villages - Sherwood Forest in Nottinghamshire, Elveden Forest in Suffolk, Longleat Forest in Wiltshire and Whinfell Forest in Cumbria - this month.
Center Parcs Lost Property Manager, Janice Abram comments: “Center Parcs remains so popular with families because we go the extra mile to make sure they have a great time. ‘Teddy Tagging’ should ensure we can reunite even more teddy bears with their owners, and give families the confidence to bring even the most treasured toys on holiday.”