Tuesday, July 25, 2017

2017 Paw Patrol Tour Stopping in High Point & Greensboro, NC, this Weekend



From the Top-Rated Franchise PAW Patrol® comes The Roll Patrol Road Tour,
Featuring the Life-Size PAW Patroller and Ryder and his team of Pups 
Spin Master Corp. (TSX: TOY), a leading global children's entertainment company, announces the third annual PAW Patrol Roll Patrol Road Tour, a multi-city life-size activation that successfully blends the award-winning toy line with the top rated preschool property produced by Spin Master Entertainment and broadcast on Nickelodeon. Beginning July 28 until its completion in October, the PAW Patrol Roll Patrol Road Tour will travel across North America allowing kids to connect with their favorite PAW Patrol characters through an immersive PAW Patrol-branded experience.


WHO:                   Spin Master and PAW Patrol
 
WHAT:                 2017 PAW Patrol Roll Patrol Road Tour
 
WHEN:                 Friday, July 283 p.m. -7 p.m. ET
                             Saturday, July 29: 11 a.m.-7 p.m. ET
                             Sunday, July 30: 11 a.m.-7 p.m. ET

WHERE:              Friday
                             Walmart
                             2628 S. Main St.
                             High Point, NC 27263    
               
                             Saturday & Sunday
                             Walmart              
                             3738 Battleground Ave.
                             Greensboro, NC 27410
 
WHY:                   
Kids can explore the inside of the life-size PAW Patroller and meet their favorite PAW Patrol characters, as well as reenact their own rescue missions through an interactive play experience featuring the new Sea Patrol theme. Families can celebrate the experience with a memorable photo and limited edition giveaways. Each North Carolina stop of the tour is free to the public.


The life-size activation will also have a dedicated area showcasing Spin Master’s newest entertainment property, Rusty Rivets. Kids can combine, design and “rustify” inside Rusty’s life-size Rivet Lab and meet the heroes from the show - Rusty and Ruby. Alongside Rusty Rivets, kids can play with the squeezable sand you can’t put down, Kinetic Sand, and experience soaking surprises with Soggy Doggy, Spin Master’s newest launch in the games category.
 
For additional information on the tour and for free pre-registration, fans are encouraged to visit http://www.pawpatrol.com/tour and follow the adventure using #RollPatrolTour.
 
About Spin Master 
Spin Master (TSX:TOY; www.spinmaster.com) is a leading global children's entertainment company that creates, designs, manufactures, licenses and markets a diversified portfolio of innovative toys, games, products and entertainment properties. Spin Master is best known for award-winning brands including Zoomer®, Bakugan®, Meccano®, and 2017 Toys of the Year, Hatchimals®, Air Hogs® and PAW Patrol®. Since 2005, Spin Master has received 82 TIA Toy of The Year (TOTY) nominations with 21 wins across a variety of product categories, including 13 TOTY nominations for Innovative Toy of the Year, more than any of its competitors. To date, Spin Master has produced six television series, including 2007 success Bakugan Battle Brawlers and current hit PAW Patrol, which is broadcast in over 160 countries and territories globally. Spin Master employs over 1,500 people globally with offices in Canada, United States, Mexico, France, Italy, United Kingdom, Slovakia, Poland, Germany, Sweden, the Netherlands, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Vietnam and Australia.

7 comments:

  1. I took my toddler to the one today at High Point. It said on the website that there was going to be all of this stuff to do and they had nothing but pictures. We waited in line 1.5 hours before they even told us. It was aweful. They quit printing pictures and we had to use our phone. Some of the staff was so rude and wouldn't let my son take a picture with Chase when he came back to the stage as we were walking off. It was not worth the wait and was put together horribly.

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    1. Oh, no! So sorry to hear the event was not what was expected.

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  2. This event was terrible. We waited in line for 4 hours just to be told that we could not get a picture because of the weather. We pre-registered, but there was no point because we had to register again when we got there. Walmart is awful. Thousands of kids and parents waiting in the hot sun and the did not offer anyone any water. The manager's were out there, but did not seem to care about the children. When the announcement was made that the event was ending early, all that could be heard was hundreds of children crying because they did not get to meet the characters. This was a waste of time.

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    1. So sorry that your experience wasn't better. Hate that is was a disappointment for the kids.

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  3. I went yesterday with my 3 year old son who loves Paw Patrol, my 3 year old Niece and my 9 month old. Waited in line for over 3 hrs. Not only did we not get to do what yall advertised saying we could do all these activities, the systems were down for preregistered people, we had to take pictures on our phones and I became extremely pissed off at one of ur workers. Honestly the only good that came out of it was my kids got to meet skye and chase. Maybe yall should say on your site that the kids can only do the bus activities on certain days. I drove over 2 hrs to go to the event to leave disappointed and with sunburned kids. And i was one of the first ones in line and saw an older lady pass out from standing in the heat. They should have had everything up and going before letting people in.

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    1. Hi Lori, please understand that Mommy's Block Party had/has no connection to this tour or these events. We were simply sharing information send to us via a press release. Honestly, I have been to similar events, and expected very long lines- that's what happens when you attend free events which are extremely popular. Bad weather sometimes makes for challenging situations at outdoor events. I have no personal knowledge of which activities are available in certain cities for the tour. As for sunburn, I would imagine that reapplying sunscreen and keeping kids protected via sunshades, hats and cover-ups would prevent sunburns from happening. Those are the measures I take to protect my own kids from sunburn when we're outside for several hours. Just my two cents. Even though I have no affiliation with Spin Master, who puts on this particular tour, I am sorry for your disappointing experience. Glad they got to meet some of the Paw Patrol characters. Terrible that anyone passed out due to the heat. Hopefully those attending the event had enough good sense to bring along plenty of water, snacks, and other provisions. 2 hours is a long time to drive to an event like this, but I've learned over the years that you just can't be upset if an event such as this one doesn't go as planned. There are so many factors in what does or doesn't actually come toegther. At MBP, we enjoy sharing about events we think our readers will find enjoyable, and again- have no affiliation with the folks who put the events on, nor are we compensated to share information. We simply posted the press release which came directly from Spin Master. If you have complaints (which are valid, by the way), you might want to direct them to Spin Master. I am truly sorry that the experience wasn't what you had hoped or if it wasn't what the company putting the event on advertised.

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  4. Don't go. Trust me, don't share. Very unorganized. Don't suggest to anyone, to go to this event.

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