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Imagine8 adds Bluey to its roster

Imagine8 has further expanded its roster, securing a new partnership with BBC Studios for preschool hit, Bluey.

The accessories specialist is aiming to bring the magic of Bluey to life through a wide range of products including collectable cold/warm weather accessories, hair accessories, sunglasses and bags among others.

“Bluey has captured the hearts of children and families worldwide with its heart-warming stories and lovable characters and we couldn’t be more excited to be a licensee,” commented Norman Thompson, md at Imagine8. “Thank you to the BBC for their trust and collaboration. Together, we’ll keep inspiring imagination, fostering creativity, and spreading joy to Bluey fans of all ages.”

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