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Igloo Casts Spell with ‘Harry Potter’ Playmate Cooler

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Igloo brings the magic of “Harry Potter” to its coolers to keep food fresh.

Igloo has partnered with Warner Bros. Consumer Products to launch the first Playmate cooler collection inspired by the “Harry Potter” films. The special-edition Igloo Harry Potter Hogwarts Playmate Pal and Illustrations Playmate Pal are each seven-quart sized coolers. Both come with custom graphics on the cooler’s tent top. 

The Harry Potter Hogwarts Playmate Pal pays tribute to all four Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry houses by featuring each house’s official crest in the design. The Harry Potter Illustrations Playmate Pal design showcases iconic symbols seen in the “Harry Potter” films. 

“Harry Potter Playmate coolers have been frequently requested by our fans,” says Brian Garofalow, chief marketing officer, Igloo. “Harry Potter is such a global phenomenon and collaborating with Warner Bros. Consumer Products has been a huge honor. Together, we worked carefully to capture a bit of that magic in our new Harry Potter Playmate Collection — each cooler is designed with fantastic artwork that celebrates the treasured series and will make Wizarding World fans proud to carry their cold drinks and snacks with them when going on their own adventures.”

Both special-edition Igloo Harry Potter Playmate Pal coolers can be purchased on the Igloo Coolers website. The cooler is joined by other licensed Igloo offerings inspired by brands such as Spider-Man and NASA.

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