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The Monster Factory

April Fools Gift Products

03 March 2017 16:00

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

The Monster Factory

Presents

GNOME MAN’S LAND


Ensure that your garden is a haven of peace and tranquillity this spring with the Gnome Man’s Land garden gnome – a unique garden accessory from gift company The Monster Factory.

Do you ever look out into your garden, your own little patch of the great outdoors, to find next door’s cat, an urban fox, or a drunken reveller who’s just left The King’s Head wandering over your flowerbeds or rudely relieving themselves on your lawn? If so, it’s time to say ‘gnome more!’ to your unwelcome intruders.

Meet Gnome Man’s Land – with his jaunty red cap and rosy cheeks, this gorgeous chap may look like a traditional garden ornament, but make gnome mistake, he has magical gifts a-plenty up his hand-painted sleeve. At just 30 centimetres tall, Gnome Man’s Land will fit snugly into any garden nook or rockery. Wherever you choose to place him however, integrated sensor technology means that at the merest hint of a creature entering your territory, the little fellow shows gnome mercy, losing it in spectacular style. Once alerted to the threat of intrusion, his gleaming eyes flash red and his arms gesticulate wildly as he repeatedly yells the name of the intruder – be they a ‘Pigeon!’, ‘Hedgehog!’, ‘Lion!’ or ‘Brian from number 23!’.

Ok, so we’re joking about Brian, but this clever little chap can detect up to 50 types of garden interlopers. His programmed repertoire even includes elephants and tigers. The beardy little fellow has been carefully cast from durable poly resin, so even gale force winds and thunderstorms are gnome match for his all-weather hardiness. He stands staunchly to attention, alert and primed for the slightest disturbance.

To ensure there’s gnome more drama in your garden or backyard this spring or to gift a green-fingered and garden proud friend, choose Gnome Man’s Land.

About the GNOME MAN’S LAND GARDEN GNOME:
• Available to pre-order now for release on [Martin to fill date in here].
• RRP to be announced shortly.

About The Monster Factory:
The Monster Factory was established as a giftware company in 1998, quickly establishing a reputation as a market leader. It specialises in working with licensed brands to create product ranges that combine great function with first class design. The Monster Factory prides itself on its innovation, capturing the DNA of each character or license with humour and flair. Over the years, its products have carved out brand new merchandise categories and won numerous industry awards. As well as selling their own catalogue, the company also collaborates with retailers and licensors to develop exclusive ranges and bespoke product offerings. With offices in the UK, USA and China, The Monster Factory is perfectly placed to realize their partners’ vision – from concept through to the final packaged product.

For enquiries, please contact The Monster Factory on 020 3011 1210, email hayley@themonsterfactory.com or visit www.themonsterfactory.com.


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Martin Grix

Director

Tel: 02030111210

Email: martin@themonsterfactory.com


About The Monster Factory

Established in 1998, The Monster Factory designs, manufactures and sells unique products.
We specialise in working with licensed brands to create products that are really appealing and complement the brand.
Our products have created new licensed categories and won numerous industry awards.
We also work with retailers and Licensors to develop exclusive ranges and bespoke products.
With offices in the UK, USA and China we can take a concept through to the final finished packaged product worldwide.

Themonsterfactory.com

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