Sambro to release Disney pocket money range next year

Line centred around new Disney characters as well as classic properties
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Sambro has signed a UK deal with the Walt Disney Company, and will launch a range of pocket money products in 2014.

The lines, for both boys and girls, will be centred around Disney’s key licenses including new characters Sofia the First, Jake and the Neverland Pirates, Doc McStuffins and Disney Planes.

The pocket money ranges will also feature classic Disney characters including Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Disney Princesses, Disney Fairies and Disney/Pixar Cars.

These products will take the form of yo-yos, finger boards, pull string copters, space discs, bubble sticks, pump rocket launchers, sling shot gliders as well as licensed skipping ropes, musical instruments, fairy wings, wands, hula hoops, doctor sets and more.

In addition to Disney licensed lines, Sambro will also launch Marvel ranges including Spider-Man and Avengers.

‘We are over the moon to have signed this latest agreement with Disney," said Nikki Samuels from Sambro.

"Having worked alongside them on some amazing arts, crafts and stationery ranges, we can’t wait to showcase our 2014 pocket money products.

"The breadth of the ranges will enable retailers to offer licensed ranges to suit every consumers budget without foregoing quality and innovation."


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