When some of us first heard that Karcher, (US) a global company that manufacturers leading power washers wanted to begin a partnership for marketing Ghostbusters (2016) we were understandably skeptical. After all ever since our employers invented the Proton Pack, vacuum cleaners became cool by association. The solution was there, it was going to take time to put it all together.
Naturally as we’re not the only ones with a vested interested in Ghostbusters, our associates at Sony Pictures Entertainment really liked it. Both companies came together to market Ghostbusters (2016) and Karcher (UK) pressure washers in Europe.
In the meantime we easily promoted Karcher and Ghostbusters through social media. From a “professional services” side we held off on announcing a partnership until now. Continue reading “Karcher Pressure Washers Can Handle Ectoplasmic Clean Up”
As mentioned in our previous post 50 Fifty has additional Ghostbusters products listed on their site. Safe assumption these will be up and coming during 2016. Price and release dates aren’t listed.
I haven’t seen most of these collectible products before. Again I’m not sure if they’ll be in all markets globally. Either way, let’s check them out. Continue reading “50 Fifty Ghostbusters Merchandise”
*edit* Matthew Jordan of Ghostbusters Wiki replied on our Facebook with the following:
There is a Diamond Select logo on the middle of the display box. However, I’d like more pictures of this too, and none are showing up online -yet-.
I can see it now, I didn’t notice DST’s logo on the box art earlier today.
Italian Ghostbusters news site GhostbustersMania (Facebook) shared the above image on their Facebook page. It appears the “Ghosts in Glowing Slime” are canisters (or Ecto Containment Units) of toy slime with a ghost inside, representative of Ghostbusters.
The term ghost is used loosely here as we could get a Stay-Puft, a Terror Dog, and even a Gozer! Naturally we get our star Slimer along with a library and a cab driver ghost.
When we know more, we’ll write again.
A closer pic of DST’s ‘Ghosts in Glowing Slime.’
This afternoon when I didn’t know I was working I was going through a certain popular auction site. I checked out around 55 pages for Ghostbusters merchandise. I came across an auction for a classic or vintage Ghostbusters T-Shirt (any shirt really) iron on. Continue reading “Classic Ghostbusters T-Shirt Iron Ons”
I was checking Ghostbusters merchandise for price comparisons. While I was on Ghostbusters Store I saw the above new t-shirts. I hadn’t seen it posted or talked about by ghostheads at that time. Instead of immediately posting here I left a Facebook post with Robin Shelby. If anyone should have one of these, its definitely her. Robin Shelby “earned it.” 🙂
Each of these two Krispy Kreme Ghostbusters “donut” shirts glow in the dark. We’re not sure with Slimer why the artist didn’t just use the image of Slimer (portrayed by Robin Shelby during Ghostbusters II™) that both Sony and Krispy Kreme use on ghostbusters.com and is part of the Krispy Kreme Ghostbusters promotion until October 31, 2014.
Each t-shirt can currently be pre-ordered and will ship before or by October 27, 2014.
Photo Source: Ghostbusters Store
Our friends at Krispy Kreme have set up a Krispy Kreme Ghostbusters™ promotional site known as Krispy Skremes. We love that name and maybe wish we had come up with it in a meeting…first. Ok, we didn’t, with a little more time we might have.
Krispy Skremes is a location based site to locate your nearest Krispy Kreme. Using your “P.K.E Meter” and Google maps (Ghostbusters HQ) you can scan for escaped ghosts! Why did the ghosts escape? They’re after Krispy Kreme donuts of course!
Photo Source: Krispy Skremes
David Chase from Beyond The Marquee visited a local Krispy Kreme to experience and try Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary donuts. As he was “taste testing” the official donuts anyhow, David Chase wrote a review.
Photo Source: Beyond The Marquee