Jollibee has a new surprise for Filipino kids as it launches its Jolly Kiddie Meal “Arctic Buddies” toys inspired by the loveable characters of the 3D animated comedy film Ice Age, now appearing on its fifth sequel Ice Age: Collision Course.
In line with the new Jolly Kiddie Meal offering, Jollibee hosted last July 10 a special block screening of this new chapter in the blockbuster Ice Age franchise at Shangri-La Plaza Cineplex exclusively for media friends and their kids.
Radio DJ Tracy Abad hosted a simple program featuring fun games for the kiddie moviegoers, who won and took home exciting prizes such as the Jollibee Magic Tumblers and a complete set of the collectible Arctic Buddies toy line.
Ice Age Character Standees
Ahead of the movie screening, Jollibee introduced Scrat Chat, a mobile game that allows users to use SnapChat and swap faces with their favorite character from Ice Age: Collision Course. Kids can tag @Jollibee for Facebook and Twitter, and @bestfriendjollibee in Instagram when they post the photos online.
Each of the Artic Buddies toys can spark children’s imagination through interactive play as kids create their own stories while playing. Aside from having movable parts, the toys have special features to support learning while kids are at play.
The four collectibles are: Sid Slide N’ Write with a cool pen to write notes with its perfect buddy, Manny Arctic Memo Pads which has an Ice Age note pad. For pencils that need sharpening, be sure to use the Scrat Rocket Sharpener. And finally, kids can get a stamp of approval for good work with the Buck Stomping Stamper.
All collectibles are included in every Jolly Kiddie Meal, packed inside beautifully designed Jolly Joy Box, featuring Jollibee’s iconic mascot. Inside each Jolly Joy Box are surprisingly fun activities that kids can play with friends including a board game, a word puzzle, and a game of spot-the-difference. The Jolly Joy Box can also store the Arctic Buddies toys when not in use.
Hurry up as these collectibles are available from July 6-Aug 31 only! And don’t forget to catch the much-awaited Ice age Collision Course movie, still in cinemas on its 3rd week.