Teddy bear builder creates loyalty to ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’
January 29, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey
Teddy bears make good toys for tiny children. But this one competence make we cover your youngster’s eyes.
The Vermont Teddy Bear Co., formed in Shelburne, Vt., has started offered a “Fifty Shades of Grey” teddy bear. The plushie is dressed in a suit, only like a impression Christian Grey from a renouned bondage-themed novel that is now being done into a movie, and he comes with a teddy-size span of handcuffs.
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“I’ll only contend it. We’re spooky with Grey,” pronounced Bill Shouldice, a company’s arch executive, in a statement. “It’s certain to be one of a many renouned Valentine’s Day Bears.”
The association pronounced a new bear, that sells on a website for $90, is meant as an “adult gift.” It has done 10,000 of them, and it expects to sell out given a initial few days of sales, a mouthpiece for a association said. The copyright holders for “Fifty Shades of Grey” acquire a commission of any sale.
If a new fondle encounters opposition, it won’t be a initial time a association has courted controversy. In 2005, mental health advocates complained that a company’s “Crazy for You Bear,” that was wrapped in a straitjacket, tastelessly done light of people with mental illnesses.
The association sells 150,000 teddy bears per year.Jack Newsham can be reached during firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow him on Twitter @TheNewsHam.