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Vulcan to represent BS Toys in the UK

Published on: 7th November 2018

BS Toys is a Dutch toy brand well known for its educational, creative and activity toys.

Following the success of the brands Crocodile Creek, Mudpuppy, Tiger Tribe and Snails Nails for the Belgium based company Bertoy in the UK, Philip Morris is expanding his profile of brands and from 1st January will become country manager for BS Toys.

BS Toys is a Dutch toy brand well known for its educational, creative and activity toys. The games of BS Toys are designed to entertain children of all ages both indoors and outdoors. Featuring cheerful colours and sustainable materials, the assortment of 120 games from BS Toys is designed to aid child development with plenty of imagination.

A spokesperson for BS Toys commented: “We are a toy brand but one with a mission: to get all children to play, move and learn. Twice a year we release a new collection to constantly surprise retailers and end consumers, and with a new strategy and new partner we now hope to conquer the hearts of our overseas neighbours.”

The agents currently handling sales for Bertoy in the UK and Ireland will also be taking on the responsibility for sales of the BS Toy range.

If you would like any further information about the range please contact Philip at Vulcan Toys philip@vulcantoys.co.uk or call 07748 150 906.

The 2019 new range catalogue can also be reviewed and download from the BS Toys website.

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