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Nick introduces sub brands; Nick Explore first to roll out

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MUMBAI: Taking its licensing and merchandising strategy forward, Nickelodeon India is set to introduce its own sub brands in the Indian market, Nick Explore, Nick Sports and Nick Action.

The first edition from this kitty is ‘Nick Explore‘ in association with Mexus Education, one of the leading providers of hands-on educational toys for kids. The Nick Explore range of hands-on-learning toys and instructive games exposes kids to the fundamentals of science & technology, thus increasing their imagination and analytical skills.

These edutainment toys are targeted at eight years and above, with 24 different models and priced from Rs 199 to 2499. Nick Explore includes toys like rocking chairs, quad bikes, 360 degree cannons, walking robots, retro planes, earthquake meters and many more. The components in all the toys are interchangeable, re-usable and comes with infinite possibilities of making new models and machines. The range will be available at Hamleys, Landmark, Reliance Time Out, Shoppers Stop, Beanstalk and several toy stores across the country.

Speaking on the launch of Nickelodeon‘s sub brands, Viacom18 Media SVP - Consumer Products & Communications Sandeep Dahiya said, "This collaboration marks our entry into a new domain - both from a brand as well as a category perspective. The ‘Nick Explore‘ range of kits, developed by Mexus Education, will help unlock the creative potential in older kids, while exposing them to basics of science in a manner that‘s fun and interactive."

Mexus Education MD Rohit Jain adds, "We are delighted to launch our latest innovative designer toys as Nick Explore. This is in continuation with our efforts of making learning enjoyable for kids. Nick Explore series will give a new dimension to the way kids perceive toys and studies by delivering the rare mix of analytical skills and creativity. Now kids can make new designs everyday and experiment with their ideas to make real machines and life size models with world class quality components in Nick Explore products."

Nickelodeon‘s association with Mexus Education will include a 360-degree marketing promotion that will include on-air promotion, on-ground activities, digital and radio that will help in consumer engagement. The new product range will be promoted through various social media platforms on Facebook, Twitter as well as on the Nick India website. There will also be contests and retail promotions planned around the range.

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