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DKL-Beysal to launch The Dancing Army with YouTube campaign

Published on: 9th September 2021

The interactive dance set encourages children and teens to dress up and master routines which they can then post on social media.

DKL-Beysal will launch its new interactive dance set, The Dancing Army, with a high-impact YouTube campaign later this month.

The set, which follows the TikTok trend, allows children and teens to spend hours rehearsing, choreographing and creating dance routines before posting them on social media. It encourages everyone to have fun, while keeping active active at the same time by providing neon body, face and hair paints, glow sticks and fun choreographies – perfect for anyone who loves to dance.

TikTok was one of the most downloaded apps of 2021, and once children and teens have practised and mastered the moves, they can upload their routines to their favourite dancing social networks. The Dancing Army allows them to paint their bodies, face and hair with neon body ink markers and chalk pens, and dress up with the accessories.

Included in The Dancing Army Case are six fluorescent bracelets, three neon markers, one neon hair chalk pen, one neon net glove, one ultraviolet light and instructions. DKL-Beysal will also be supporting The Dancing Army with other marketing campaigns including influencer campaigns and extensive social media and PR activity.

For further information please contact call 01604 678 780 or visit DKL-Beysal’s website at  www.dkl-beysal.uk

 

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