Flair Just Play’s Hairdorables announces Slimefest sponsorship deal

Published on: 6th October 2020

Sponsoring Slimefest for the 2nd year running, Hairdorables TV idents will be seen throughout the coverage on Friday 13th November.

Hairdorables Slimefest

Flair Just Play has unveiled details of a high impact sponsorship deal with Nickelodeon for this year’s ‘Best of Slimefest’ show, as the latest addition to the firm’s 2020 Hairdorables marketing drive.

This year’s Slimefest is to be a best of TV-only extravaganza, with the premiere on Friday 13th November. With coverage across Nickelodeon and also the FTA Channel 5, the show will be available to more kids than ever before and will include popular talent such as Diversity’s Jordan and Perri, X Factor’s Max and Harvey and Holly H of TikTok fame, who will also be hosting the 2021 event when it returns to venues.

Sponsoring Slimefest for the 2nd year running, Hairdorables TV idents will be seen throughout the coverage on Friday 13th; together with all repeats during the last quarter of the year. In addition, a 30” competition TV spot will be shown in the run up to the event driving to the co-branded competition page on . Bespoke creatives will be used throughout that shows off the latest Season 5 Hairdorables.

Charlotte Rodgers, marketing manager, Flair Just Play brands, commented: “This high profile online and TV event will be just part of an already strong Hairdorables and Hairmazing marketing activation plan for autumn/winter 2020 with TV, digital and influencer activity across all three key launches of Longest Hair, Prom Perfect and Season 5 Hair Art collection. The Hairdorables girls are always keen to dress up and party so we are delighted to be involved with such a high-profile event. It promises to be a whole lot of fun for all.”


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