Nestlé to develop ALVINNN!!! and the Chipmunks Levissima Issima water bottles

Nestlé is to develop a new line of ALVINNN!!! and the Chipmunks themed Levissima Issima water bottles thanks to a new partnership between Bagdasarian Productions and Maurizio Distefano Licensing.

Levissima Issima water bottles are a recognised range of children.s water bottles, designed to be easy to carry. The new range will feature five different designs to collect, depicting favourite characters from the series, including Alvin, Brittany, Theodore, Eleanor, and Simon.

Airing daily on K2 and Nick Junior, ALVINNN!!! and the Chipmunks is a highly successful reimagining of the popular singing chipmunks – created by Ross Bagdasarian in the late 1950s – that have been a hit with children everywhere for over 60 years.

The CGI-animated show focuses on the trials and tribulations of a single parent, David Seville, trying to raise six hyperactive chipmunks. The series takes viewers on a roller-coaster ride of music, laughter and stories guaranteed to entertain the Chipmunks’ many generations of fans.

Maurizio Distefano said: “I’m delighted to be able to announce the addition of Nestlé, a globally known name in food production, to the list of ALVINNN!!! and the Chipmunks’ licensees. The show continues to attract large audiences with its fantastic combination of comedy, music and great characters, and children will love this wonderful range of water bottles featuring their favourite characters.”

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