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Smiffys presents 2022 virtual showcase

In lieu of attending trade shows over the coming months, Smiffys will be presenting its new ranges to customers in a virtual showcase on 7 March, 2022.

With over 200 new SKUs for Halloween, including licensed costumes, wigs and accessories, Smiffys is brining newness to the party sector this year. The firm will offer matching family costumes, new horror licences, and accessories to help see Halloween 2021’s success continue this year.

The virtual showcase will also bring exclusive previews and insights into the company’s new collections of costumes, wigs and partyware. Reps will talk customers through the range, giving an exclusive in depth look at samples.

A spokesperson for the company said: “We can’t wait to share some brand new product ranges with you as continue to expand our offering and remain your go-to party supplier.

Retailers can book a digital presentation with their territory manager now, or contact sales@smiffys.com or call 0800 590599 to arrange an appointment.

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