Rainbow Productions crowned Light Fund Treasure Hunt champions

Published on: 24th July 2015

Rainbow Productions has held onto its crown as winners of The Light Fund 2015 Treasure Hunt for the second year running.

Treasure-Hunt-wordpressThe event, which took place on Thursday 16th July, raised over £8,000 for the charity. More than 300 people from the licensing industry followed a route around London’s Mayfair to compete in the annual event which culminated at The Institute in Piccadilly.

Ashley Holman of Nickelodeon, Hannah Mungo, eOne, and Robyn Cowling, Underground Toys, were the main organisers of the event.

Ashley said: “Last week’s treasure hunt was another successful event and in the main, everyone did really well answering the questions and completing the challenges. We would like to thank Brand Licensing Show 2015 for being our headline sponsor, A-Z for producing the maps once again and Underground Toys, The Puzzler, Allsorts Licensing, Licensing Source Book Europe and Rainbow Productions, as well as the entire industry for being so supportive.”

The Light Fund Treasure Hunt teams’ final standings:

1              Last Year’s Winners (Rainbow Productions)

2              Gooners Never Say Die (Blueprint/Spearmark/Kinnerton)

3              Penguin Ventures

4=           Team Bing (Acmar/Gemma)

4=           Team Paw-Some (Nickelodeon)

4=           Here’s 4 The Beer (NBC Universal/Fremantle)

4=           Bermondsey Male Voice Choir (Start Licensing/Allsorts/Trademark)

8=           Best Team Ever (Mind Candy)

8=           Steam Team (Mattel)

8=           Da Flamin Gems (Poetic Brands/Rockpool/Centum)

11           Carley’s Angels (eOne)

12           Copy-Mights (Copyrights)

13=         LAST (Licensing Awards Set-Up Team)

13=         Poetic Oirates (Poetic Brands/Art & Science)

15=         Foxy Calendar Boys & Girls (Danilo/20th Century Fox)

15=         2 Men and their Pups (Nickelodoen)

15=         Finders Keepers (Cooneen/Imagin8/Rocket/Dispex/Ubisoft)

15=         Dream Walkers (Dreamworks)

15=         Bob the Builder’s Sharper Tools (Mattel)

15=         Ayks & Brains (Aykroyd)

21=         Super Squirrels (BBC/Goden Bear/HTI/Dreamtex)

21=         Zeon Zimmers (zeon)

21=         TBC (Kilogramedia)

24=         Soup Dragons (Coolabi)

24=         Blaze of Glory (Nickelodeon)

26           Paw Patrollers (Nickelodeon)

27           Fashion UK

28           Twinees Advanstar Avengers (BLE)

29           Power Puff Stuff (Turner)



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