New dolls, costumes, accessories and novels in the pipeline for A Girl for All Time

“Month on month sales have increased tenfold since last year, so we are expecting 2015 to be a good year.”
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A Girl for All Time is looking forward to a bumper year, with new dolls, accessories and costumes in the pipeline.

The firm is also adding new novels, activity books and a completely new doll line to its portfolio in the next 12 months.

“We are really excited about our future plans for A Girl for All Time and everything we have in the pipeline,” said Frances Cain, founder of A Girl For All Time.

“Of course, these plans include expansion of our current line - the award winning range of English historical dolls that follow the adventures of the fictional Marchmont family through 500 years of adventure and intrigue.

“New costumes, new dolls, new accessories and of course novels and activity books are all lined up for 2015 and 2016, and we are already planning our product ranges for 2017, too.

“We are also in the beginning stages of a completely new range of dolls, with a targeted release date in the autumn of 2016 - but I have to keep that one under wraps at the moment.”

The firm is positive about its prospects for 2015, having boosted sales month-on-month and cultivated a thriving social media following.

“Month on month sales have increased tenfold since last year, so we are expecting 2015 to be a good year for us, with greater consumer awareness and demand for the products increasing not only nationally but internationally as well,” added Cain.

“Our social media drive continues to gain traction with over 14,000 Facebook fans and a very active fan club on Facebook.

“We are also about to launch a new hashtag campaign which will get the attention of people not currently aware of us, but people who are looking for in intelligent alternative to feminine play.”

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