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Chalk of the Town will display its revolutionary line of erasable kids’ chalkboard T-shirts at the 2020 New York Toy Fair and unveil a new chalkboard product: a chalkboard patch! The patent-pending chalkboard technology, created by Chalk of the Town, allows for endless, creative, smudge-free designs drawn with chalk markers.  Visit Chalk of the Town in booth #5219 and try all of the amazing products.

Chalk of the Town shirts, featured on the TODAY Show and carried by more than 150 stores including museums and the New York City Ballet boutique, are taking off. Why? They’re part DIY crafts project and part cool style statement. Kids can create custom designs with chalk markers and stencils on high-quality cotton T-shirts. Parents love that the shirts are machine washable and can be decorated over and over again. “There are a million ways to use these shirts,” one parent explained. “My daughter designed a T-shirt to wear at her birthday party and later decorated the same shirt for spirit day at school.”

Chalk of the Town Chalkboard Tote & Chalkboard Patch Kits are additional way for kids to create custom designs, instantly!  Moms can stick a chalkboard patch to a lunch box and write a new message to their child every day.  Kids can customize a tote bag for dance class, trips to the library or with a new design as the mood strikes.  As with the T-shirts, for a new design, clear the chalkboard with a wet washcloth and start creating. 

Simply draw, wear, erase and repeat!

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