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Pixie and Punk Announces 2012 Event Programme
Pixie and Punk announces their 2013 event programme and focuses on Craft and County Shows to get close to their customer.
After the success of targeting craft and county shows in 2012, Pixie and Punk plans to focus on this sector during 2013.
“The craft shows and county shows allow us to get close to the customer. Understand what they want and like and also increase the first time customer base” says Tagore Ramoutar, brand owner and designer of Pixie and Punk. “They are a great place to meet our target customers grannies, aunties and kids; and because of the environment you get time to spend with them which helps to create brand advocates”.
Below are the initial dates for shows, more will be announced later in the year including a full Christmas schedule.
17/18 Feb: Independent Kids Show, Solihull (TRADE)
13/14 April: East of England Food Festival, Knebworth House
11/12 May: Three Counties Food & Craft Fair, Stubbings Nursery, Maidenhead
22/23 June: Tunbridge Wells Town & Country Show, Dunorlan Park Events Field
6th July: Children’
13/14 July: Chettle Craft and Garden Show, Chettle House, Dorset
24/25/26 Aug: Kingston Lacy Craft and Garden Show, Kingston Lacy, Dorset
7/8 Sept: Dorset County Show, Dorchester, Dorset
21/22 Sept: Royal County of Berkshire, Newbury
5/6 Oct: South of England Autumn Show, Ardingly
Sat 9 Nov: Warnham Craft & Gift Fair
Pixie and Punk is a premium children’s gift brand for 6 months to seven year old. The brand is centred on gorgeous high quality cotton t-shirts with pocket accessories and all in a cotton bag. The t-shirt gift sets are available with matching photo story books featuring the same characters from “Eric and Rufus Children’s Books”. The books fit in the cotton bag to make the perfect gift for children. The books are written by Tagore Ramoutar. The collection also features wonderful wooden jigsaws made in conjunction with Wentworth Jigsaws and cards.
The concept, designs and books have been inspired by Tagore’s own children, their friends and cousins. The main inspiration was travelling to Japan on business and not being able to find great presents at airports; and instead going to Japanese department stores to buy wonderful t-shirts as presents. He has sought to create high quality great t-shirts that make children smile and are more than just a bit of clothing. Tagore Ramoutar is happily married and has two little daughters. They live in South West London.
The collections are available for wholesale, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. The collection is also available to buy online either at www.pixieandpunk.com or www.ericandrufus.com or follow us on Facebook. Pixie and Punk, the name and logo are trademarked. The trademarks are owned by Longshot Ventures Ltd.