One Animation, Brampton Nameplate Team for ‘Oddbods’ Deal

The launch features a range of social support devices (SSD) and PPE equipment based on the global preschool comedy brand, “Oddbods.”
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September 25, 2020


One Animation has inked a deal with Canadian-based print solutions company Brampton Nameplate to launch a range of social support devices (SSD) and PPE equipment based on the global preschool comedy brand, “Oddbods.”

The range launches in October and will include social distancing kits, stickers and printed materials for use in locations including schools, nurseries and hospitals to help children learn spacing and traffic directions in corridors, classrooms and confined space environments.

“BNi is dedicated to creating fun, safe and high-quality products that support awareness of social distancing and provide protection for children, families and communities during these times,” says Ronald Shah, business development, Brampton Nameplace. “The colorful and beloved ‘Oddbods’ characters are an ideal way to make PPE and our social distancing products

more reassuring and we look forward to seeing them being used across Canada.”

The range will also include branded masks and visors for both children

and adults.

“Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve wanted to make sure ‘Oddbods’

is at the forefront of helping children and their families as they face the current challenges and to provide them meaningful solutions,” adds Rob Spindley, senior vice president, business development, One Animation. “We’re thrilled to now be working with Brampton Nameplate to launch this new range which will provide a set of friendly, recognizable faces to help reduce the fear and anxiety that can be associated with PPE products.”

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