Rainbow Productions to exhibit at NFAN for 9th year running

Rainbow Productions, a leading character events company and mascot manufacturer, will be heading to the National Farm Attraction Network (NFAN) Annual Conference and Trade Exhibition for the 9th year in a row.

Rainbow Productions is pleased to announce that it will be attending the 2020 NFAN Conference & Trade Exhibition, which takes place at Doncaster Racecourse from 29 – 30 January. The show is NFAN’s biggest event of the year and will be visited by 200 attraction owners and managers from across the UK. This year, the theme of the show is ‘The Visitor Experience’.

The Rainbow Productions team is looking forward to showcasing the services that the company has to offer, as well as meeting clients both old and new at the event. Sales Executive Kerry Tanner is responsible for the Farm Attractions account and will be present at the show, alongside Creative Marketing Manager, Georgina Huckle.

Adding value to farm attractions

“I’m thrilled to be working with Farm Attractions and can’t wait to meet with existing clients as well as make new contacts,” says Tanner. “We’ve added new licensed characters and activations to our portfolio which are sure to be a hit with visitors and will help farm parks offer the ultimate family day out experience.”

Rainbow Productions has a portfolio of over 120 famous faces ready to make personal appearances. This includes some recent additions from DreamWorks: fan favourites the Minions, Trolls and Shrek. The company also offers narrations, trails, workshops and mini-shows. For example, the PJ Masks ‘Be a Hero’ activity and Hey Duggee’s ‘Stick Song’ mini-show.

These services can create memorable experiences for farm park visitors and help operators to add value, as well as increasing footfall for events. Rainbow Productions is also a global leader in manufacturing bespoke mascot costumes. Attendees at the 2020 NFAN Conference & Trade Exhibition can find out more by visiting the team at booth #65.

Last year, Rainbow Productions also announced that it was developing a new range of body puppets, after the successful appearance of Pierrot Bear at IAAPA Expo Europe.