Spin Master joins FunFest Blogger Summit 2015

The international toy manufacturer and entertainment company will occupy two areas at the event, taking place on Saturday, September 12th at Whittlebury Hall, Northampton.
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Spin Master is the latest toy firm to join the line-up of toy and children’s entertainment exhibitor’s at this year’s first FunFest Blogger Summit.

The international toy manufacturer and entertainment company will occupy two areas at the event, taking place on Saturday, September 12th at Whittlebury Hall, Northampton.

Spin Master will be on hand in the dedicated STEM area of the exhibition to demonstrate its ‘make-your-own-robot’ Meccanoid range. The four-foot, programmable robot was launched earlier this year at the Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas.

Meanwhile, over in the Interactive Play Zone, the firm will demonstrate the latest in its Chubby Puppies and Kinetic Sand lines.

The FunFest Blogger Summit is a one-day event for parenting and lifestyle bloggers, boasting conference sessions and the chance for bloggers to discuss brand ambassador opportunities with a number of exhibiting companies.

Tickets are priced at £39.99 and bloggers can bring their children along for free of charge. Children’s entertainment will be provided at the event.

Spin Master joins a line-up of event partners, including The Entertainer, JCB Toys, Carte Blanche, Chuggington, Lazerbuilt and Icon Live.

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