V&S Entertainment renews apparel contracts for Everything's Rosie

Blues Clothing, TDP Textiles and Akroyd and Sons all re-sign with the popular pre-school animation
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V&S Entertainment has renewed deals with a number of licensees for apparel and accessories for its pre-school animation hit, Everything's Rosie.

Blues Clothing, TDP Textiles and Akroyd and Sons Ltd have all re-signed with the property to continue to produce a range of branded products for UK retailers.

Blues Clothing will continue its outer wear lines, TDP its children's underwear range and Akroyd and Sons its range of nightwear.

Vickie Corner, managing director of V&S Entertainment, said: "We're delighted to extend our relationships with our existing licensing partners in the apparel sector.

"They each have a proven track record for creating high quality products and distribution in the market place.

"Their continued involvement and enthusiastic support of the Everything's Rosie brand ensure that we will continue to deliver a strong product offering and consumers alike."

Tim Dawson, chief executive of TDP Textiles, added: "We are thrilled to continue to work with the V&S team as we, like them, truly believe in the on-going growth of the Rosie brand.

"Each week more children and their carers get on board this vibrant animation. With further TV episodes already in the pipeline coupled with the commitment UK and inter national broadcasters continue to show the series, we know our retail customers are keen to have as wide a product range as possible to offer to consumers."

With more than 20 in the UK and Ireland, Everything's Rosie has a growing number across Europe including Spain, Portugal, France and Italy.


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