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Trends UK unveils new Nerf Bunkr range

Published on: 22nd May 2020

The Nerf Bunkr range will be supported by media campaigns from launch to Christmas.

Ideal for outdoor fun and all-year inside gameplay, official distributor Trends UK has announced that the Nerf Bunkr battle zone system is now available. Nerf Bunkr takes blaster play to the next level with innovative and unique Nerf-branded inflatable obstacles suitable for both indoor and outdoor play. 

At an introductory price point of just £9.99 each, the single packs of Nerf Bunker Take Cover items contain obstacles such as the Toxic Barrel, Caution Crate and Traffic Cone, each sold separately. Easy to inflate, the obstacles have large three-way valves, are made from heavy duty materials and have a dip in the lid to hold extra foam darts (not supplied). 

The Nerf Bunkr Competition Pack offers great value with four cool urban themed obstacles including the Road Barrier, Tyre Stack, Wood Crate and Waste Barrel. Nerf blaster fans of all ages will love the fast and easy game field set-ups, and the integrated game play and skill development with the Nerf Bunkr Game Cards included.

In July, additional lines will be available; Battle Fort, Battle Stackers, Challenger Pack and Battle Switch.  

The Nerf Bunkr range will be supported by media campaigns from launch to Christmas, maximising awareness in print, social, YouTube and TikTok media. 

Graham Spark, sales director of Trends UK commented: We are thrilled to launch the Nerf Bunkr range of inflatable blaster game field obstacles. This is a fantastic opportunity for retailers who support the Nerf brand. The range is now available from Trends UK and our partner Wind Designs, and we look forward to supplying it to our customers”.

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