June 20, 2022
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Danger Mouse, one of the stars of The Queen’s Jubilee Pageant, is the centerpiece of an original figurine collection designed and developed by Blu Goblin to celebrate his 40th year on screens. Supporting KidsOut, the collection was premiered at the star-studded KidsOut London Question of Sport evening last Thursday. Blu Goblin donated one set of these figurines to the fundraising auction.
“We are thrilled to be part of Danger Mouse’s 40th Anniversary,” says Gordon Moulds, chief executive officer, KidsOut. “We would like to thank Blu Goblin for bringing together the partnership and developing the exclusive products and for Boat Rocker’s support in granting the license for the Danger Mouse figurines to be sold on Blu Goblin's website. Proceeds from the figurines will go to supporting children that have escaped serious domestic violence and found sanctuary in a woman’s refuge.”
Danger Mouse, based on the 1960s TV series, Danger Man with Patrick McGoohan, was created by Cosgrove Hall and voiced by Sir David Jason. The new generation of the cartoon series is owned by Boat Rocker Studios with Danger Mouse voiced by Alexander Armstrong.
“This partnership with Blu Goblin is a great example of how brands can connect to support charitable causes and we are delighted to be embarking on this exciting new mission that supports KidsOut,” says Nicola Herrman, vice president, brand management and licensing (UK, AUS, EMEA) Boat Rocker.
“We are delighted to have brought together Danger Mouse and KidsOut,” says Grant Morgan, chief executive officer, Blu Goblin. “The world has changed dramatically, as have consumer habits. Brands must now demonstrate that they care and stand for more than just profit. Consumers want the brands they love to commit to positive, social and environmental impact. To make a meaningful contribution to the quality of their lives, while also helping others. Charitable causes benefit from perfectly matched brand partnerships, like this, which bring PR, donor acquisition and most importantly funds to deliver their services.”
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