Emoji, Success Promotions Hit Home Run with MLB Deal

Success Promotions to give MLB stars Buster Posey and Jimmy Votto the Emoji treatment.

License Global

August 14, 2019

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Success Promotions has partnered with The Emoji Company to create a variety of promotional opportunities for Major League Baseball.

Brokered by Retail Monster, the deal will see Success Promotions work with MLB teams such as the San Francisco Giants and the Cincinnati Reds. Players to receive the Emoji treatment from the collaboration include Buster Posey of the Giants and Jimmy Votto of the Reds.

The agreement will also see Success Promotions leverage select Emojis to be represented at the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum. Success Promotions is currently working on expanding into additional arenas of gaming and global sports and promotional opportunities.

“We couldn’t be more excited about this partnership,” says Marco Hüsges, chief executive officer and founder, The Emoji Company. “The Success Promotions team is truly one of a kind, who have taken the Emoji brand to the next level by creating innovative, custom-curated product across multiple categories.”

The deal with Success Promotions follows another partnership recently brokered by Retail Monster on behalf of Emoji that saw the brand licensed for Fabpops phone grips.

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