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Our goal is to create smiles.
You help make it happen.

 

We love our retailers and sincerely appreciate your support. this page is designed to help you learn a little bit more about theGlo Pals. at the bottom of the page is downloadable media that will help you showcase each pal. 

Glo Pals are liquid-activated, meaning they only work when water is in the bath tub. draw a bath, drop the Pals in, and watch them light up! Children are enticed to stay in the tub since the glo pals only work when wet. When it's time to get out, simply drain the tub. The pals turn off automatically, signaling to your child that bath time is over. 

Each pal has a face and a different personality, and when placed in liquid, the faces will project onto the surroundings of the tub, making for fun interactions! 

If you have questions, please contact us! our support team is more than happy to help!

 
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The coolest toys on the market. Designed in the USA. Built for safety (and fun). 

We are always looking for potential partnerships with new friends who share our values and passion for play time. Glo Pals were conceptualized and developed by a team of students at Mississippi State University with exclusive patented technologies. The Pals are designed, packaged, and shipped by our team in Starkville, Mississippi. 

 
 
 

Safety First

Glo Pals are designed with safety in mind. All of our products undergo stringent safety testing. Our products are designed in the United States and conform to all applicable laws. Our products also conform to all certifications enforced by the Consumer Product Safety Commission. Plastic products are certified BPA and phthalates free. Electronics are sealed inside of plastic and are not user accessible. Products were sized to alleviate choking concerns. Please only use with children ages 3 and older. Glo Pals is a patent-pending product.

 
 
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Need Media?

 
 

Right Click on the photos below to download. Click Here to download the video above.