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Scooterheadz gains global momentum

Team behind the scooter accessory brand celebrates as orders from across the globe pick up
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Scooter accessory brand Scootaheadz is rolling out across the globe as the range enjoys success in the US and across Europe.

The team is celebrating as orders for its cartoon style animal heads that attach to the T-bars of scooters pick up in countries including New Zealand, Australia, Germany, France, Switzerland, Norway, Singapore and the US.

Following this success, the the firm has now secured its first international retailer in Hamburg, Germany and is 'confident that others will be signing up soon.'

Founder, Stephanie Westphal, said: " I think scooting is a great hobby, it encourages children to spend more time outdoors and it's become so popular here in the UK.

"I am delighted to see that Scootaheadz are causing a stir abroad as well, and I truly hope they encourage even more children to get active.

"I never would have dreamed that in six months we would have received international interest.

"I am continuing to work very hard so we can secure even more partnerships with retailers and cary on accessorising scooters across the world."

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