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Far Out Toys Celebrates Girl Power with Toy Reveals at Sweet Suite W/ Natalie Decker

Natalie Decker

Natalie Decker

Women are a minority in the world of auto racing, but Far Out Toys is helping lift the women of NASCAR up with racing toys that all kids can enjoy

By: Jackie Cucco

NASCAR driver Natalie Decker will make an appearance in the Far Out Toys booth at the Toy Insider’s Sweet Suite @ Home event next week to host a special giveaway. Decker and Far Out Toys are committed to inspiring girls to recognize that they can do anything they set their minds to. One of Far Out Toys’ newest NASCAR products is the NASCAR Crash Circuit Road Course with Winner’s Circle, a race set with a one-of-a-kind “Roval” track and cars that break apart upon impact. Players can race just like Decker, using the included motorized cars to drive around steep turns at high speeds, either passing their competition or wrecking their car. The set includes two motorized race cars, two flash chargers, pit crew figurines, and a Winner’s Circle that really spins. The set will be available in August on Amazon

Far Out Toys continues its “Powerful Girls at Play” message with a new line of collectible dolls based on the Kids Diana Show on YouTube. Working with pocket.watch, Far Out Toys will debut the collection at Sweet Suite. The Love, Diana collectibles will feature 2.5-inch Princess of Play mini-figures and accessories, as well as 3.5-inch dolls, accessories, playsets, and pets under the Fashion Fabulous umbrella. The collection will be available nationwide in January.

The Playful Pandas line will launch this October at Target. Kids can sing any song to their Playful Panda and it will sing back in its own panda language. The toys also respond when kids touch the pandas’ bellies, noses, and heads. The musical pandas come in four styles — Sweetie, Slumber, Foodie, and Fashionista — each with its own personality and signature song. When kids collect two or more pandas, they will sing together in harmony.

By: Jackie Cucco