The Hari's World Series is continuing to gain momentum, with the company planning further meet and greets after its recent appearance at Blair Drummond Safari and Adventure Park near Stirling.
Hari the elephant and Moe Mouse visited the park on May bank holiday to promote new adventure, Hari at the Park, as well as to involve children in its 'play safe' message.
The outing was the latest in a string of appearances for the brand - Hari was used by the Royal Life Saving Society to headline a presentation at the World Conference on Drowning Prevention in Vietnam, showing how they are using the character and the concept to teach children about water in a fun way.
Hari also opened EXPO ED, one of the largest educational shows in the UK, with creator Tris McGee making the keynote speech.
Dowman Soft Touch's range of plush is also performing well in gift shops, garden centres and major animal attractions. Discussions are underway with High Street retailers about stocking the product, while Dowman is also introducing Hari to markets across Western Europe.
Further licensing opportunities are being explored in interactive toys, collectables, board games, musical products and interactive games and apps.