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KidzVuz began at a kitchen table in 2010 and grew into a vibrant community that gave a voice and a platform to kids, parents, and brands.
2020 has been a tough one for everyone. At KidzVuz, we spent much of the spring and summer thinking about who we were, who we are, and who we want to be. After many months of consideration, we have decided that KidzVuz will close its doors permanently. We are sad to say goodbye, but also full of gratitude, pride, and optimism for the future.
For ten years, we gave kids a chance to “Have Their Say”, while helping our clients engage with the only customers whose opinion truly matters. Through our online video campaigns and incomparable live events, we hope we made a meaningful impact on our KidzVuz kids: giving them countless opportunities to speak their mind, get cool stuff, try new things, meet celebrities, walk the red carpet…and learn that what they say matters. We also proudly supported the parent blogger community, many of whom we are so grateful to call friends. Parent bloggers provided the lift-off we needed in the beginning, and in turn, KidzVuz supported them through steady paid work that valued their voices and their platforms.
As a community, we’ve supported causes that we all deeply care about. We are honored that so many charitable organizations trusted us as partners.
The KidzVuz family is a special one, and we have loved watching our KidzVuz kids grow into teenagers and even college kids. We humbly hope that working with KidzVuz helped them gain the confidence to go out in the world and make a difference. To our KidzVuz Stars: We can’t wait to see what you do next. We know the future is bright because you will be leading the way.
Thank you for the past ten years. We will miss you.
Nancy and Rebecca