Flair picks Spaghetty winners

Flair has boosted its Betty Spaghetty brand with a successful competition across a number of leading mags.
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The competition was launched by Flair in September in conjunction with top BBC girls’ magazines, Amy, All About Animals and Girl Talk.

Numerous applications along with photographs posing as Colour Crazy, Rockin’ Out, Schoolin’ Around or Wild Style Betty Spaghetty were received, each girl giving a reason why they most represented a particular style.

The four winners will enjoy a makeover, take part in a photo shoot and receive a Betty Spaghetty style outfit. The photos will then be displayed in stores up and down the country, encouraging their friends to embrace the brand.

Flair Product Manager, Anne-Marie Noon said: “The entries have been amazing; the girls have really got into the spirit of the competition making it a difficult task to choose the winners. We are really looking forward to seeing the posters of the four girls together as we know they will represent Betty Spaghetty’s style in a very positive way”.

2008 will see the launch of a new range of dolls along with a new playset and a search to find a new group of Betty Spaghetty stars.



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