Bigjigs chooses first ever Play Patrol Agents

Firm makes foray into parent blogging world to help promote products.
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Bigjigs Toys has picked its first ever Play Patrol Agents.

Over 100 parent bloggers registered to try to get one of five places to test out and review Bigjigs' new toys back in January.

In the end, 12 families made it through to the final stage, they were then asked to review the Bigjigs Toys Farm House Sorter.

The group was then meant to be culled down to five, however due to the high standard seen throughout all of the reviews all 12 have became Play Patrol Agents.

They will all receive a Play Patrol agent pack including t-shirts and backpacks. They will also be able to review Bigjigs' toys on their blogs.

George Poole, global marketing and PR coordinator at Bigjigs, said: “This is our first ever foray into the world of mummy and daddy bloggers and we could not be happier than to be working with some of the very best in the UK. We are looking forward to seeing them all ‘putting fun to the test’.”

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