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Disguise renews licensing deal to create Halloween outfits
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JAKKS Pacific, Inc. announced that its Halloween costume division, Disguise, has renewed and expanded agreements for multiple top entertainment properties to produce Halloween costumes and accessories launching at retailers nationwide this Halloween season.
 
Disguise has renewed its licensing contract with American Greetings Properties to create costumes and accessories for the beloved Care Bears property and has expanded their agreement to now include Strawberry Shortcake.
 
Disguise has also renewed its agreement with Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products to produce costumes and accessories for renowned properties, The Simpsons and Family Guy.
 
Lastly, Disguise has renewed agreements with Warner Bros. Consumer Products to continue creating Halloween costumes and accessories for the iconic Austin Powers franchise.
 
“We are very excited to continue to create costumes that bring to life these iconic characters,” said Joe Anton, President of Disguise Inc. “Disguise is the go-to manufacturer for high-quality, cost conscious costumes that meet the demands of today’s discerning consumer. We pride ourselves on offering unique and creative costumes that raise the bar year after year. These are characters that everyone knows and loves and our teams bring the industry’s top expertise to each and every license.”
 
Care Bears, Austin Powers, Family Guy and The Simpsons costumes will be available at retailers nationwide for the 2014 Halloween season. Strawberry Shortcake costumes and accessories will be available in 2015.
 
About Disguise
Since 1987, Disguise has been a leader in the Halloween industry creating innovative and trend setting costumes and accessories. Based in San Diego, Disguise produces costumes and accessories under many of the world’s leading licensed brands as well as its own proprietary brands for the nation’s largest retailers including specialty, party and pop up stores. As a wholly owned subsidiary of JAKKS Pacific since 2008, Disguise designs and manufactures millions of costumes for the American and other markets worldwide each year bringing smiles and creating memories for kids and adults alike. 
 

JAKKS Pacific, Inc

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