'TIS THE SEASON FOR MIXIS™ AT SEASONS CHRISTMAS SHOW

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As the weather turns cold, all eyes in Mississauga turn to the Seasons Christmas Show (November 16-18, 2007). Mixis™ will be there!

Each Mixis™ doll portrays distinct and realistic features, with combinations of two or more racial groups -- complete with varying colored eyes, light to dark skin tones and straight, wavy or curly hair. These premium dolls have been thoughtfully designed with different skin tones, realistically painted eyes, fully articulated arms and legs and a naturally proportioned body that gives the dolls vibrancy, beauty and an individuality that is immediately appealing.

YNU Group Inc. was established in 2005 to create self awareness products for a rapidly growing, multi-racial, multi-ethnic and diverse youth market. Designed to cultivate respect and celebrate the similarities and differences of all people groups. YNU Group products includes: dolls, ethnically inspired doll clothing and accessories, costume jewelry, dioramas, scrapbooks, and an interactive website. The Mixis™ Website is dedicated to the journey of the Mixis™ friends, to their travels and their search to find out about themselves and their heritage. It is an interactive site that engages children to learn in a fun and entertaining way. Mixis™ owners will be able to access exclusive stories and other online opportunities with the purchase of a Mixis™ doll. Please watch the Mixis.com website for line extensions and new product launches.

MIXIS™ will also be participating in the Teddy Bears for Hope program, in conjunction with Miss Teen Canada International. This season they will be asking visitors to bring a new or used teddy bear to be donated to children around the world whose lives have been affected by tragedy. They also ask that a $2 donation be given to help cover the costs of storing and transporting the bears. The Seasons Christmas Show bear collection will be shipped to Afghanistan in 2008 where Palletta plans to personally distribute them. For every MIXIS™ sold at the show, YNU Group Inc. will also donate $2 to the Teddy Bears of Hope Program.

  • For media interviews, high resolution images or more information about Mixis™, contact Debbie Goodland at YNU Group’s office at 416-630-0218 or Debbie’s cell phone 647-405-2960.

  • For more details about Mixis™ dolls visit our web site at www.MIXIS.com

  • Buyers, distributors or prospective customers, please contact Mixis™ directly at (866) 330-DOLL or via email at sales@ynugroup.com.

SEASONS CHRISTMAS SHOW

Over 150 specialty exhibitors from across Ontario will be offering interior and exterior Christmas decor, fresh greenery, wreaths, urns, gourmet foods, home decor, unique gifts & baskets, kitchen accessories & barware, catering & professional decorating services, music, plus resorts & restaurants offering holiday specials.

  • ATTENDING THE SEASONS CHRISTMAS SHOW?
    Please visit Mixis™ at Booth #627.

Seasons Christmas Show
International Centre
Arrow Hall (Hall 5)
6900 Airport Road
Mississauga, Ontario
November 16 - 18, 2007
Friday: 10 am to 8 pm
Saturday: 10 am to 8 pm
Sunday: 10 am to 5 pm
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