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2 new additions for Frankie Forklift and Friends


Thursday, 3 Nov 2016 ( #794 )
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Frankie Forklift and Friends would like to introduce two new items - a 26 page colouring book and a soft lovable Frankie Forklift toy. The colouring book introduces 18 new characters inspired by material handling equipment, including Dudley Dump Hopper and Clarence Clamp Truck. The Frankie Forklift toy can join your kids when they read about Frankie's new adventures or just hang out with them for a nap.  

When we first introduced the series with Frankie’s First Day at Work, our goal was to introduce children to the material handling industry. While this is still our primary goal, we have expanded this thinking to inspire children to one day explore the opportunity of a career in the material handling/forklift industry.  


Kids Learning and PIE (Powered Industrial Equipment)
Frank Clark
P: +1 901-652-3817
E: send an email
W: www.frankieforklift.com
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