The Vermont Teddy Bear Company was founded in 1983 by John Sortino. It was in 1981 that he discovered that his son’s teddy bears were all foreign made and he decided to bring back the American tradition to its homeland by manufacturing bears within the United States.
Vermont Teddy Bear has a Lifetime Guarantee that promises to nurse your bear back to health at their Bear Hospital for FREE if anything ever happens to him or her. This guarantee covers incidents such as a dog attack or a lawn mower mishap.
NOTE: please visit the site directly to verify the details and obtain more information.
Before you can get the most of the Vermont Teddy Bear Lifetime Guarantee, you will need to review the details of the program. If you are a customer that needs to activate your personal Vermont Teddy Bear Lifetime Guarantee Bear Hospital visit, read below. We have provided a quick “how to” activation guide below to activate your personal Vermont Teddy Bear Lifetime Guarantee Bear Hospital visit, online.
how to activate – Vermont Teddy Bear Lifetime Guarantee Bear Hospital visit
what you need in advance:
- internet access
- have an official Vermont Teddy Bear product
- personal information
what to do if you want to activate your personal Vermont Teddy Bear Lifetime Guarantee Bear Hospital visit online:
- visit: www.vermontteddybear.com/lifetime-guarantee
- click on the link titled “print this form and fill it out completely” or click here: www.vermontteddybear.com/media/wysiwyg/vtb-pdfs/VTBear_Hospital_Admission.pdf
- print out the form
- skip the admitting section and go to the “PATIENT’S INFORMATION” section
- provide your bears name, age, gender, height, and fur color in the spaces provided
- answer the personal questions about the bear
- under the “PARENT OR GUARDIAN INFORMATION” section, provide your name, address, contact number, email address in the spaces provided and then sign and date the form
- send the form along with your bear to the appropriate address
NOTES: send your bear “Bear Naked” along with form. Feel free to check on your bear by emailing customer service.