Strollbright’s LED light strips attach to the side of baby strollers to increase visability at night.

Bright idea from stroller-safety company

A trio of friends – including White Rock's Darren Thomson – look to improve safety for parents out walking with strollers at night

A trio of friends – including new White Rock dad Darren Thomson – looking to improve safety for parents out walking with strollers at night have launched a crowd-funding campaign to help get their flagship LED light strips off the ground.

Strollbright CEO Chris Mitchell said the idea was sparked by lights he saw on bikes around town.

The LED strips secure onto any stroller bar with velcro straps.

Strollbright is hoping to raise at least $5,000 on kickstarter.com to fund initial production of the light strips.

For more information, visit strollbright.com or the company’s Kickstarter page.

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