Jay at Play appointed master toy partner for Cozy Wings

Published on: 28th March 2018

Epiphany Schwarz and GennComm ImaGennation announce the appointment of plush manufacturer Jay at Play.

Jay at Play has been appointed as master toy licensee for Cozy Wings, created by Christine Mangnall-Schwarz.

Cozy Wings is a wearable cape and wings combination for kids and adults that inspires imaginative play. Jay At Play will introduce Patented Cozy Wings (with multiple patents pending, two worldwide) next month on As Seen on TV in several markets globally. Cozy Wings is also expected to hit retail shelves later this year.

Christine Mangnall-Schwarz commented: “I’m incredibly proud to share the news, that Jay at Play will bring my invention Cozy Wings to the worldwide market. I created Cozy Wings for kids and adults everywhere, and it’s an honour to partner with such a strong manufacturer, to bring warmth and comfort to millions of kids as they play, nap or have adventures wrapped inside their Cozy Wings. In addition, I am especially thankful for the partnership with Genna Rosenberg and the entire team at GennComm, for their hard work putting this very big deal together.”

Genna Rosenberg, CEO of GennComm ImaGennation, added: “We’re grateful for the opportunity to help bring Christine’s vision to life together with Joe Sutton and his innovative team at Jay at Play.”

Joe Sutton, managing director of Jay at Play, said: “Cozy Wings will be part of Christine’s gift to children. We are so honoured to help make her dream a reality.”


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