Power Rangers Coming to Build-A-Bear Workshop

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Build-A-Bear Workshop Make-Your-Own Power Rangers Red Ranger Bear and Pink Ranger Bear

Power Rangers are making their way to Build-A-Bear Workshop.

Build-A-Bear Workshop and Saban have teamed up to create a new line of Make-Your-Own Power Rangers.

These companies released accessories, outfits, and a sound chip inspired by the show Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.

For over 20 years Power Rangers inspired imaginations and sparked creativity in children and young adults. This new Power Rangers Build-A-Bear Workshop collection allows original fans and new fans to play with these iconic characters.

Build-A-Bear Workshop’s CPO announced that two Make-Your-Own Power Rangers Bears will be available. Make-Your-Own Power Rangers Red Ranger Bear and Make-Your-Own Power Rangers Pink Ranger Bear will be available both online and at retail stores.

In addition to these Make-Your-Own Bears, they will sell Power Rangers costumes for each Power Ranger, PJs, slippers, and sleeping bags.

Janet Hsu, CEO of Saban Brands, stated that Power Rangers has stood the test of time and lasted twenty-four years because people relate to one or all of the Power Rangers. Fans can now identify and personalize their Power Rangers experience with Build-A-Bear Workshop.

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