IMC Toys launched its brand new collectable range, Cry Babies Magic Tears at a live launch event in London last week, with YouTube sensation Tiana Toys AndMe.
Kidfluencer and YouTube star Tiana Toys AndMe, who has over 9m subscribers on her channel, made a special appearance to host a live unboxing of the brand new range. The exclusive launch event for media, bloggers and influencers took place in central London, at the V&A Museum of Childhood and coincided with the product launch across major retailers and independents across the UK and Ireland. Other YouTube kidfluencers in attendance at the launch included Patience’s Magical Toy Emporium, Louise’s Unicorn Power Puff Girl, Little Red World, Little Lady C, Eva’s Toy Planet and The Meg and Mo Show.
The event invited guests to immerse themselves in the magical world of Cry Babies Magic Tears with face painting, arts and crafts, exclusive screenings of the new webisodes, and dressing up opportunities in character-themed onesies. Following the media reveal, which was hosted by Channel 5’s Milkshake presenter Jen Pringle, Tiana hosted a private VIP party for lucky competition winners.
Magic Tears are miniature versions of IMC’s top selling Cry Babies dolls, which are already a leading brand in the UK feature doll category. The new and unique surprise collectibles; targeting girls aged 3-6 years, feature cute miniature dolls and accessories, which are fully functioning to cry real tears! They also have a magical story to tell.
This exciting range is supported with a brand new animated series available to view on You Tube and on the dedicated new website www.magictears.toys. The trailer has already stacked up an incredible 1.2 million views, and in top of that the first 3 episodes have hit over 1 million views after just 3 weeks. The Series will soon launch on the
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Mason Williams is the UK Consumer PR Agency for IPREX – a $350 million network of communication agencies, with 1,800 staff and 115 offices worldwide. Read More