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Bladez makes TV debut with Teletubbies Christmas ad

The campaign will air across Milkshake, Nick Jr, and other leading pre-school channels with a run lasting until December 11th this year.
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RC specialist Bladez Toys has launched its first TV advert campaign, showcasing its popular range of Teletubbies radio control inflatables.

Hitting the small screen just in time for Christmas, the three week run of advertising introduces the new collection of radio controlled characters from the popular TV series, as well as features the Teletubbies Boppers and Tubby Time playmat.

The campaign will air across Milkshake, Nick Jr, and other leading pre-school channels with a run lasting until December 11th this year.

Supporting the campaign, digital activity on Sky Go and My5 has also gone live this month. 

Vicki Marler-Hausen, marketing manager at Bladez, said: “Today is a momentous day for the Bladez team as this campaign has been a long time in the making.

"We are proud to finally watch our innovative toys appear on TV and to know they are being seen in homes up and down the country. It also demonstrates our commitment to Teletubbies and how keen we are to support our retailer partners at such an important time of year. 

"This will be the first TV advertising campaign of many as we are now planning more adverts for 2017.”

 Check out Bladez Toys' TV campaign in the video below:

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