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Igloo Reveals Two New Hogsmeade-Themed Playmate Coolers

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Both coolers feature art from “The Wizarding World of Harry Potter.”

Igloo, in partnership with Warner Bros. Consumer Products, has unveiled two new Playmate coolers inspired by the village of Hogsmeade from “The Wizarding World of Harry Potter.” 

The new, special-edition Harry Potter Hogsmeade Little Playmate and Harry Potter Honeydukes Little Playmate are now available at Igloocoolers.com/harrypotter

“Ever since last year’s release of our Harry Potter Playmate coolers, we’ve been incredibly excited to collaborate with Warner Bros. Consumer Products again and bring fans more coolness from The Wizarding World of Harry Potter,” says Brian Garofalow, chief marketing officer, Igloo. “And what better time than during the holiday season. We’re proud to unveil two new designs inspired by the exciting Hogsmeade village and its most popular sweets shop Honeydukes. Both coolers will make extraordinary gifts for any Harry Potter fan looking for a magical adventure filled with cold refreshments.” 

Igloo designed each 7-quart Little Playmate (fitting up to nine 12-ounce cans) with custom graphics – across all four panels of the cooler’s trademarked tent top – inspired by the fictional Hogsmeade village depicted within “The Wizarding World of Harry Potter.”  

The artwork featured on the Harry Potter Hogsmeade Little Playmate captures the beauty of the snowcapped, all-wizarding village with “Greetings from Hogsmeade” on the front and back The Harry Potter Honeydukes Little Playmate includes playful artwork that ties back to Hogsmeade’s beloved confectionary shop. 

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