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GB Eye offers host of licensed products

Published on: 13th October 2014

GB Eye offers a range of merchandise featuring The Vamps, Frozen, My Little Pony, Minecraft, Skylanders and more.Vamps-Bundle300

There is a new range of rubber key rings due in October featuring 5 Seconds of Summer, DC Comics, Lord of the Rings, Big Bang Theory and more.

Available in fully-branded packaging to fit the company’s display equipment, the key rings are also available loose with a barcode label.

GB Eye offers a range of merchandise including button badges, badge packs, stickers, temporary tattoos, card holders and brand new key rings and mugs. The range features brands including Frozen, My Little Pony, Minecraft, Skylanders, Call of Duty, DC Comics, 5 Seconds of Summer, The Vamps, One Direction and the biggest football clubs in the UK and Europe. GB Eye has permanent and promotional display options available, including a multi-product FSDU which holds posters and merchandise within a compact unit.

GB Eye’s brand new mug range is manufactured in-house, are dishwasher proof and come in an individually-branded presentation box, making them eye-catching and easy to display. With properties such as Smiley, Titan Fall, Call of Duty, The Walking Dead and VW, this is a growing range with more to come.

You can contact GB Eye on 01142 767 454 or visit www.gbeye.com for more information.

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