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Little Brian prepares to attend Gloworm Festival

Published on: 11th August 2017

Children’s toy brand will showcase its award-winning products at August family festival.

North West-based Little Brian will take its Paint Sticks range to the Gloworm Festival in Nottinghamshire’s Clumber Park. The festival, held on 19th and 20th August, is aimed specifically at families and looks to inspire children’s imagination and creativity in a fun and safe environment.

Lara Alcock, sales and marketing director at Little Brian, commented: “We’re very excited to be attending the Gloworm Festival. Gloworm is aimed at parents, children, and grandparents and there’s plenty of fun and games on offer. Our Classic, Metallic and Day Glow Paint Sticks will be available to customers, and we’ve got a number of surprises on our stall.”

Little Brian will exhibit its six packs of Classic, Metallic and Day Glow Paint Sticks in the Play Village on the Village Green. Open from 10am until 7pm on both days, the Little Brian stall will have a host of activities on offer.

Lara added: “The Gloworm Festival is exactly the market we are targeting. Our Paint Sticks have proven to be extremely popular with families of all ages, they’re suitable to use both indoors and out and they’re really easy to transport around. It’s a great opportunity for the company and one we’ll be sure to embrace when we arrive.”

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