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Puckator adds to licensing roster with new deals

Giftware wholesaler secures deals with Aardman, Fox and Universal for Solar Pal range.

Giftware wholesaler Puckator has grown its licensed product line-up with a number of new signings.

The company showed off its new partnership with Aardman at Spring Fair earlier this month – characters including Wallace, Gromit and Shaun the Sheep have been added to its Solar Pal range.

The novelty toys have a small built-in solar panel on the base, meaning they react to the amount of light they are exposed to. The stronger the light, the faster the Solar Pal will move.

In addition to Aardman, Puckator has also signed deals with 20th Century Fox Consumer Products and NBC Universal to bring The Simpsons and the Minions respectively into the range later this year.

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