"I started researching different ways to make small run plastic playsets in 1990. My goal was to produce all new plastic playsets made in the United States for a fair price. After being rejected by over 30 plastics companies, I finally found some small Midwest manufacturers who were willing to work
with me on this project.
"Our first product, the Roger's Rangers playset, debuted in August of 1993 as the first all new American-produced playset in over 25 years. We followed that with the Battle of New Orleans in 1994, the Mike Fink Playset in 1995, and the Davy Crockett Wilderness Set in 1996.
"In 1997, under license from 20th Century Fox, we came out with our Last of the Mohicans Playset based upon the popular movie of that name. These sets came with an authentic autographed photo of Wes Studi as Magua.
"The Ranger Camp Playset was introduced in the fall of 1998.
"We use all newly designed figures and accessories in our sets and take pride in the fact that all of our products are designed, sculpted, and manufactured in the United States."