BinWeevils to exhibit at Mums Show Live

Published on: 15th May 2013 is upping its consumer marketing activity by taking a stand at this year’s show which begins tomorrow.BW300

Co-founder Amelia Johnson is also a confirmed panellist in the ‘Conversation Theatre’ line-up, hosted by Sarah Cawood and Carol Smillie. Amelia will participate in a panel called ‘Being a Mumpreneur – Expert Advice and Experience’ on Saturday 18th May at 4pm.

BinWeevils will take a stand in the ‘Lifestyle’ area of the show, displaying a range of its popular licensed product and retailing membership cards for its digital social platform. Visitors to the stand will be treated to a full hearing of Bin Tunes, the new BinWeevils album debuting this Summer. Costume characters Tink and Clott will also be on hand to meet and greet visitors as they enter.

Amelia Johnson, co-founder, BinWeevils, said: “It’s great that at last there is a show aimed at parents of children 4-12, which is the age range that BinWeevils appeals to. Mums Show Live promises to be a very exciting event for kids and parents alike, and we’re thrilled to be involved in such a major way.”

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