January 3, 2013, 9:43 AM

ToysAndGamesChest.com Launches as a Site for Wooden Toys and Games

The new online store is owned and operated by Texas-based Internet Company Mort's Mart LLC and offers a vast array of children's products.

SCHERTZ, Texas, Jan. 2, 2013 -- A new e-commerce website selling handcrafted wooden toys, games and furniture opened today at www.ToysAndGamesChest.com.

The new online store is owned and operated by Texas-based Internet Company Mort's Mart LLC and offers a vast array of children's products. Toys and games include rocking horses, building blocks, jigsaw puzzles, wagons and much more.

All of the furniture pieces found at ToysAndGamesChest.com have an innovative design and sturdy wooden construction. Select pieces can accommodate adults as well.

"For many families, wooden toys hold a very special place and have a significant meaning or story. They are built to last and therefore can be passed down from generation to generation," explains Jo Ann Strom , Founder, Mort's Mart LLC and ToysAndGamesChest.com. "We're excited to share such fun and traditional toys, games and furniture with new families so that they can be cherished for years to come."

For added customer convenience, all products at ToysAndGamesChest.com contain extensive descriptions including dimensions, colors, weight limitations and age limitations to ensure the customer is selecting the appropriate gift or product for their home.

All major credit cards, including PayPal, are accepted and in-stock items are normally shipped within 2 to 5 business days. Customer service can be contacted by emailing support@ToysAndGamesChest.com.

For more information on this new online children's store, visit www.ToysAndGamesChest.com.

SOURCE Mort’s Mart LLC

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