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Stationery is Marvel-lous of products.


PYRAMID International launch their Autumn and Winter ranges of stationery at Harrogate Home&Gift. Having fi rst entered the stationery market three years ago Pyramid have established themselves as a leading player by signing key licences whose sales have exceeded expectation. The current Marvel collection continues to prove successful and this has been enhanced by new designs across both A4 and A5 notebooks. Brand new licences for 2013 are DC Comics, Dr Who and The Big Bang Theory with fresh designs across a collection


With sales of Superhero


products at an all-time high coupled with the 50th anniversary of Dr Who later this year there is no better time to stock Pyramid’s collection of stationery. Also presented at the exhibition will be the winter range of mugs with new designs across bestselling licences such as The Big Bang Theory, Harry Potter, Monty Python, Friends, Smiley, Ghostbusters, The Godfather, Superman, Pink Floyd, Jimi Hendrix and Adventure Time.


Stand H50 – T: 0116 284 3645 www.pyramidinternational.com


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