MGA Entertainment hands out over 3,000 Poopsie Slime toys at intu Trafford Centre

MGA Entertainment braved the Christmas shopping crowds this past weekend when it took to Manchester’s intu Trafford Centre to hand out more than 3,000 Poopsie Slime toys to throngs of excited children and families.

The activity saw Poopsie Slime Surprise host a surprise interactive Picture Poo-fect photobooth in the form of a giant food themed Poop Pack, gifting visitors with a free Poop Pack worth £9.99 to take home plus a photo print out.

Over 3,000 children and families received either a food themed style or Gold Poop Pack worth £9.99 whilst stocks lasted, as well as given wigs to try on before striking poses in the giant Poop Pack photobooth. The perfect stocking filler, the new Poopsie Slime Surprise Poop Packs include everything needed to create magical unicorn poop (slime).

Poopsie Slime Surprise launched to the UK in September 2018 with the hugely successful Poopsie Slime Surprise Unicorn quickly becoming a must-have toy for Christmas and selling out across the UK thanks to a combination of slime play, popular parody, unboxing, and magical unicorn characters.

The brand has continued to drive the market for slime toys with new launches including collectables Poopsie Sparkly Critters and Poopsie Cutie Tooties combining the ongoing trend for slime with collectable magical characters in imaginative blind packaging, the Poopsie Surprise Llama, and the release of slime-fashion dolls Rainbow Girls earlier this year.

Emma Walker, senior brand manager for MGA Entertainment, said: “During the key Christmas period, we wanted to offer shoppers a unique one-off experience to bring the magic of Poopsie Slime Surprise to life. Gifting unsuspecting fans with Poopsie Slime Surprise Poop Packs and an interactive experience was the perfect way to say thank you for the support fans continue to show the brand.”

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