Who can roar the loudest at Toy Fair?

Published on: 20th January 2014

Golden Bear is inviting visitors to join in on its Henry Hugglemonster-themed Roar-o-meter at Toy Fair to be in with a chance of winning a prize.Henry-image300

Golden Bear will be revealing its Henry Hugglemonster range of soft toys and playsets featuring characters from the hit show on Disney Junior which has already been watched by over 6.2m viewers aged four years plus since its launch less than a year ago.

To celebrate the collection, Golden Bear will offer the chance to win a dinner for two at the exclusive Ivy Restaurant, which will be awarded to the person who can roar the loudest, and at 1.30pm on Tuesday 21st visitors will be invited to a Henry Hugglemonster celebration with refreshments and cake. They will be able to see the toy collection for the first time and take away a goody bag.

Golden Bear will report the ‘Roar of the day’ on both Wednesday and Thursday.

Christine Nicholls, vice chairman, Golden Bear, commented: “We’re really looking forward to some `Roarsome’ fun and hope our visitors will enjoy participating in our Henry Hugglemonster competition. Inspiration can be taken from one of Henry’s favourite saying, ‘Where there’s a roar there’s a way!’.”

Visit Golden Bear on Stand E69 to see if you have the loudest roar at Toy Fair and to find out more about the brand new Henry Hugglemonster toy collection.

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