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Weekender offers Tom & Jerry and Looney Tunes range
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Sep '10
Working with Warner Bros. Consumer Products, Weekender is launching a range of kid's apparel depicting world famous brands Tom & Jerry and the Looney Tunes. Fans can now choose from a range of products with cartoon characters such as Tweety, Bugs Bunny, Sylvester and Daffy Duck.

On this occasion, Mr.Balaji Bhat, CEO, Weekender said, “The Looney Tunes characters are dynamic, fun loving and they are on the move! We are thrilled to be working with Warner Bros. Consumer Products, whose brand portfolio is unrivalled. We are certain that this tie up will create a symbiotic relationship.”

Weekender has been a pioneer in understanding the needs of children since 1992. It understands the needs of the children and their love towards cartoons. Ms. Bianca Lee, Managing Director, Greater China, SE Asia & India, Warner Bros. Consumer Products, said, “We are glad to continue our long term relationship with Weekender, an expert in kids retail in India. With Weekender, we feel that our beloved characters are in the right hands.”

The Looney Tunes characters have always managed to catch the imagination of the young and old alike. They are vibrant, full of life, and always manage to make everyone happy by their boisterous personality. Weekender is synonymous with a relaxed easy-going lifestyle and their clothes reflect this emotion. Make them a part of your life now! Weekender, “Dress up for life's little surprises.”

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