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Hot Wheels goes big and bold for Monster Trucks launch

By Smita Sinha | June 06, 2019

Mattel Toys has recently launched an attractive and larger than life campaign at retail for its new Monster Trucks.

Hot Wheels Leading toy brand, Mattel Toys recently launched a new range of Monster trucks targeting specifically 5-12 years old. The new range of trucks were introduced amid much fun and fare. The brand wanted to project the Monster Trucks as the “Biggest, Baddest and the Boldest monster trucks”.

Talking about the objective behind the clutter breaking in-store campaign for Hot Wheels Monster Truck launch, the toy brand said in a statement, “We do it Hot Wheels in two ways through impactful visibility and unmatched engagement activities. In-store visibility is the key factor in the new category/product launch; it helps in capturing attention of buyers in meaningful ways. This is through a host of in-store initiatives including window displays, FSUs, gondola dressings etc.”

The window display is designed by the brand’s in-house design team and executed by Fourth Dimension. The window display is made of printed sun boards and MDF and brightened up with a lot of lights.

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