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    We're launching an ‪#‎awesome‬ competition at ‪#‎ToyHub‬ inspired by the new ‪#‎Stikbot‬ range by Brainstorm Limited - voted best Pocket Money Toy at ‪#‎Toyfair2016‬. We want to see your videos and have cool prizes for our Toy Hub Stikbot Oscar winners. Simply submit your video to our Facebook Page over the next few weeks & we'll announce winner(s) on 29th February! Entries can be an original movie, or why not recreate one of your favourite movie scenes with the fabulous Stikbot characters!

    Some info on this amazing Toy!

    StikBots are the social-sharing easy to pose figurines! Their unique design allows for easy positioning on any flat surface thanks to their suction-cup hands and feet. StikBots can be posed in countless ways - their limbs, torso, and even neck can be positioned at multiple different angles! StikBots can also be stuck together and are ridiculously fun and addictive to play with! But StikBots are more than just stylish pose-able characters; they are the first ever social sharing toy! Download the free app for iphone and Android so kids can shoot stop frame animation videos quickly and easily. Kids can film, pause and edit their StikBots then share on their favourite social media site!





    The Dunblane based shop is calling for kids of all ages to create their own video using Brainstorm’s Stikbots in a bid to win a special Oscar.

    The competition opened on Monday 1st February and is running until 29th February, when the winners will be announced. Toy Hub is supporting the competition with a social media campaign.

    Gerard Gourley, of Toy Hub, told Toy World: “I had this idea to do a Stikbots competition as we were aware that our children and the local children were already into it. Whilst on the Brainstorm stand at Toy Fair, Nick Saunders expressed his enthusiasm and agreed to supply prizes for the competition, which we are currently awaiting.”

    There is no age limit for entrants, and Toy Hub is encouraging fans to create both original videos and remakes of movie scenes using the Stikbot characters.

    “Our son Jake was in store last weekend giving demos on how to use the Stikbots, and we will be posting tutorials on social media in coming weeks,” Gerard continued. “We’re expecting around 50-100 entrants, and are still on the search for a good judging panel.”

    Entrants can submit their videos to the Toy Hub Facebook page.