Voluntary Recall: NIKE BAUER SUPREME ONE50 JUNIOR STICK
Dear Bauer Customer: Bauer Hockey has strict protocols and procedures in place to ensure that all government safety standards are met. It has recently come to our attention that, despite these efforts, the lead content in the undercoat paint which is applied to the NIKE BAUER SUPREME ONE50 JUNIOR STICK (manufactured in 2006) and which is covered by a clear coating, exceeds the stringent limits set for children's products by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission ("CPSC") and Health Canada. While no injuries or illness have been reported, lead in paint may pose a hazard to young children who ingest the paint. Bauer intends to notify the CPSC of this issue and will be working with the CPSC and Health Canada on a voluntary recall of this product. Bauer is taking immediate action to remove the junior sticks from all stores.
Only the NIKE BAUER SUPREME ONE50 JUNIOR STICK is affected by this notice.
Bauer is also conducting an extensive review of our other stick products to verify compliance with the applicable regulations and will advise the results as soon as available in the coming days.
You should immediately stop any further sales of the NIKE BAUER SUPREME ONE50 JUNIOR hockey sticks and return any remaining inventory to Bauer under our normal customer return policy for a full credit. In the coming days we will communicate the full recall program and process to our retailers and consumers.
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