Playtime PR celebrates 5th birthday with ballpit party

Published on: 8th July 2019

Party guests were treated to a VIP ballpit, an open bar, pizza and their very own Playtime pin badge. 

Clients, industry friends and influencers joined Playtime PR at a giant adult ballpit party last week to celebrate the toy PR agency’s 5th birthday. Guests from toy companies Jazwares, John Adams and Thames & Kosmos, as well as a mix of toy and game designers, media influencers and suppliers, enjoyed the VIP night at London’s Ballie Ballerson – home to over a million balls.

“It was great to bring everyone together to thank them for their support over the past five years,” said Playtime’s founder and owner, Lesley Singleton. “There’s a whole ecosystem of brilliant people around the agency now and we really wanted to acknowledge that and thank them for helping us create brilliant campaigns for each and every one of our very valued clients. Ballie Ballerson was the perfect location to toast an agency that lives and breathes play.”

Guests made the most of the VIP ballpit, endless pizza supply and open bar, and each left with a Playtime pin badge, commissioned especially to mark five years of hardworking PR.

Playtime PR is an independently-owned PR agency which work only with brands in the toys, games and fun space. Founded in 2014, the agency has grown to a core team of over 20 senior PR and communications professionals, working with an array of toy companies.


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