Indies win Bandai character store visits

A1 Toys wins Power Ranger Megaforce costume character visit; Kids Stuff wins visit from Ben 10.
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Independent toy retailers A1 Toys and Kids Stuff have won a competition held by Bandai for character costume visits.

These will help promote new lines Power Rangers Megaforce and Ben 10 Omniverse.

Bandai previewed the new lines at the Harrogate Toymaster show last week and all orders received for the new products were put into the character visit prize draw.

Power Rangers Megaforce launches this autumn/winter season and to celebrate Bandai also debuted the series' Robo Knight - the 6th ranger in the collection - character costume at the show.

Amy Allbon, sales manager at Bandai, said:"Congratulations to winners A1 Toys and Kids Stuff.

"We've had great support from our licensing partners to arrange character visit competitions for this show.

"We have had another great Toymaster show this year.

"Our Power rangers Megaforce range and new Ben 10 lines have all been well received by Toymaster members.

"We thank all Toymaster members for their continued support."

(Picture: Toymaster's Ian Edmunds and Bandai's Amy Allbon with the Robo Knight Power Ranger at the 2013 Toymaster show. Click here for a bigger image).

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