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Drumond Park teams up with FitKid

Published on: 30th October 2012

FitKid, the nationwide fun fitness provider for children, has teamed up with Drumond Park to encourage more children to get active.

FitKid will be utilising a number of Drumond Park’s popular action games within its classes, workshops and parties, enabling children to learn additional exciting and stimulating ways to play with the games supplied by the company. Parents will also have the opportunity to book a FitKid party and receive a free copy of Drumond Park’s new Pumpazing action game.

Nicky Kay, managing director of FitKid, said: “It’s great to have teamed up with Drumond Park, and during trials I have been very impressed with the quality and scope of the games available, especially Pumpazing and Pumpaloons, which our four- to seven-year-olds already absolutely love.”

Claire McCool, co-founder and marketing director at Drumond Park, added: “We are really pleased with this link-up with the FitKid organisation. It’s truly a great ‘fit’ for us, as our action toy range has long promoted healthy competition and active play in a fun environment. The team at FitKid has already cleverly integrated a range of exercise and physical activities involving both the new pass-the-parcel style pumping game Pumpazing and our popular Pumpaloons game (where children take race to puff up the two lovable, colourful, clown-like wobblies – Stripeyloon and Spottyloon) into their class and workshop scenarios, with outstanding results.”

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