LICENSING NEWS

New UK deals for The Trash Pack

Published on: 22nd August 2012

The Trash Pack is set to build on continued sales success with a host of new licensing deals.

Following the recent confirmation of Parragon as the global publishing partner, UK Licensing agent, Lisle International, is delighted to announce a number of new deals that will see the collectable move from the playground into the classroom and beyond.

The new partners in The Trash Pack Licensing include Winning Moves, who will be releasing The Trash Pack Top Trumps, and John Adams, who will introduce a number of The Trash Pack lines including games and magic kits. In addition, Copyright Designs’ (part of International Greetings) is to become part of the licensee portfolio with a collection of stationery and lunch sets. Finally, Trade Mark Collections will be launching The Trash Packbags and accessories whilst Fashion UK will be bringing out a brand new The Trash Pack apparel collection.

Francesca Lisle, Lisle International, said: “We are incredibly pleased to welcome all the new licensees on board with The Trash Pack, and we look forward to seeing an impressive selection of licensed products in the near future. With the continuing demand for the toys and with licensed collections that stay true to the features that the kids love, we are confident that our grossest property is set for further success.”

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