Epoch and Toy Barnhaus team up

Published on: 18th February 2014

Toy Barnhaus has joined with Epoch Making Toys to hold Sylvanian Family Mascot Events throughout the year.epochtoybarnhaus300

Freya, the Chocolate Rabbit Girl, will be visiting five of the Toy Barnhaus stores to meet and greet customers and allow children to have their photos taken with their favourite character.

There will be a special event on 17th April, for the Easter holiday, at the Belfry Centre, Redhill, Surrey. The Sylvanian Families most popular characters, Freya the Chocolate Rabbit Girl, Ralph the Walnut Squirrel, Tiffany the Silk Cat Girl and Abigail the Hedgehog Girl will be performing a song and dance show to entertain children visiting the centre. It will be held on the stage opposite the main entrance. After the event there will be a play area for children to play freely with Sylvanian products and there will be activities for them to take part in. Kids will get to take away a pair of bunny ears and a photo frame.

Epoch Making Toys is delighted to have the support of Toy Barnhaus, and these are important events for the brand as it allows children to feel familiar with Sylvanian Families.

Mark Buschhaus, co-owner of Toy Barnhaus, said: “We are delighted to be working with a brand and company that is so proactive in promoting its brands direct to the consumer via bricks and mortar toy retailers. This is where a big difference can be made compared to online.”

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