Lisle announces three new licensees for The Trash Pack

Published on: 18th December 2012

Lisle International Licensing has announced details of three new deals with publishing, trading cards and kid’s accessories.

In a worldwide deal (excluding North America and Australasia), Spanish-based E-max will produce a sticker collection and a trading card game. Based on the hundreds of Trashie characters, first products will be available from early Spring 2013.

In addition, a new Trash Pack magazine will be available in the UK and Eire from specialist publisher DJ Murphy. The Trash Pack magazine will feature new character details, stories and competitions aimed at boys aged 5-10.

New collectable accessories for bags, shoelaces, bikes, scooters and windows will form part of a new The Trash Pack licensed range from Bristol-based firm, Rudolf Stein. This inspired new collection will be available for the UK and Eire in the second half of 2013.

Francesca Lisle, Lisle International, said: “We are delighted to be working with E-Max, DJ Murphy and Rudolf Stein in creating new collections for The Trash Pack. Each range will present the ideal platform for the characters and will create a new Trash Pack experience for the fans. This property is growing each week and in the UK has just seen its third series of figures launched; much to delight of the millions of children who have chosen this brand as their favourite collectable.”


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