The following ‘The Grossery Gang’ post was sponsored by KidzVuz for Moose Toys. All opinions are my own.
The Grossery Gang is a product line of toys that consists of collectibles, action figures & playsets. The characters are rotten & yucky food items that have long past their expiration date.
With over 150+ types to find at the Yucky Mart, these super gross groceries are the complete opposite of Shopkins! (Fun fact: The Grossery Gang toys are developed & distributed by Moose Toys, the same company that makes Shopkins.)
This past Saturday, my family & I attended a fun event where we got to screen “The Grossery Gang Official Movie: Putrid Power” & take part in fun activities!
“The Grossery Gang Official Movie: Putrid Power” follows the misadventures of your favorite Grosseries as they break out of the Yucky Mart. But things aren’t so grimy when the gang discovers that Cheap Town is all cleaned up by The Clean Team and the evil Vac Attack. To fight off this challenge, The Grossery Gang harness Putrid Power to morph into Action Figures! Meet The Grossery Gang, the most inspired – expired – grossest convenience store products to ever hit the shelf!
In the movie, you are introduced to Doc Broc, Egghead, Rocky Donut & Pizza Face, plus many more! There is zany humor throughout & it’s a quick 35 minutes (or so) when it comes to a resolution.
Now before the movie actually started rolling, the crowd got the opportunity to meet YouTube Influencers, the Random Guys!
Then it was time for some games where the Random Guys emceed the festivities & gave away prizes.
Following the screening, we got to mingle outside – check out the toys, earn some cool prizes & nosh on food.
Thanks Moose Toys for hosting this event. This was such a fun experience!
Check out “The Grossery Gang Official Movie: Putrid Power” & other Grossery Gang videos on their official YouTube channel!
Visit the official “The Grossery Gang” website here for more information.
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Disclosure: This is a sponsored post, which means that I was provided compensation and/or product in exchange for this post. All images are my own unless otherwise noted. As always, my opinions are 100% my own.
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