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Signals Brings Mr. Bean's Best Friend to the USA

08-16-2012

Manhattan Beach, CA – August 13 2012: Mr. Bean starred in the ultimate British showcase with his performance at the Olympic Opening Ceremony, and was a global hit!
Reminding old fans of his quirky humor and intriguing new ones with his unusual behavior, Mr. Bean stole the show; managing in a very short sequence to damage the memory of one of sports cinema’s most famous scenes in a Chariots of Fire spoof, show up the Queen and James Bond, and become the highest trending subject on Twitter!
And now that Mr. Bean has over 23.5 MILLION fans on Facebook (that’s more than Britney Spears and David Beckham combined!), it seems it’s time for Mr. Bean’s good friend Teddy to get some new friends of his own! With buttons for eyes and oddly shaped limbs, Teddy has well and truly been through it all, but now Mr. Bean’s confidant, best friend and occasional dish cloth is stepping into the limelight.
Signals, the catalogue and online retailer scours the world seeking new and interesting products never before seen in this country. On the back of the huge popularity in the UK, Signals have brought the official Ty Beanie Baby® plush Teddy to our shores, for a teeny-Ty-ny $9.95.
Stock is limited, so order today at www.signals.com. To link directly to the ‘Buy now’ page, please use the following address http://tinyurl.com/97lgn2r
For more information please contact:
Alyssa Gourlay
(310) 545-6839
alyssa@sharpeco.com
or
John Ollmann
(612) 659 8115
john.ollmann@universaldfc.com
About Signals
Signals Catalogue Corp. launched in 1986 as a catalog for fans & friends of Public TV. Signals distributes 21 Million Signals & 9.5 million Wireless each year. Signals scours the world for gifts that inform, enlighten and entertain with a focus on apparel, accessories/jewelry, home décor and gifts.
About Teddy
Teddy is Mr. Bean’s teddy bear and perhaps Mr. Bean’s best friend. Although Teddy is inanimate, Mr. Bean often pretends it is alive. Mr. Bean behaves as if the bear is real, buying it a Christmas present or trying not to wake it in the mornings. The bear is often privy to Mr. Bean’s various schemes and doubles as a dish cloth or paint brush in an emergency; it has been decapitated, used as his paint brush and shrunk in the wash.
About The Sharpe Company
The Sharpe Company manages the rights for Mr. Bean and all associated characters in North America.

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