Jerry Leigh will continue to produce a wide range of It’s Happy Bunny t-shirts, fleece, lounge pants and sportswear.
HYP has renewed its license for branded hosiery and headwear.
Boston America will continue to make a variety of products including round and square tiny tins filled with candy, gum or band-aids.
Quebec-based Calego has renewed for bags, backpacks, lunch bags, wallets, umbrellas, rainwear, organizers, notebooks, pencils, pens, crayons, markers, pencil cases, rulers, and calculators.
Australia’s Casco Blu Pty will continue to produce outerwear and sleepwear.
“Renewals are just as important to us as new deals in terms of actively managing and growing our It’s Happy Bunny licensing program so we are excited to have all of these great licensees continue as part of our program moving forward,” says Carole Postal, president of CopCorp. "We’ve done a ton of It’s Happy Bunny business with these companies over the years but–if and when we agree to renew a licensee’s grant - it’s always because we’re looking at the future rather than the past and I’m sure they all feel the same way!"