Award-winning child inventor Greyson MacLean’s new Mod stickers

by BrickStix at Toy Fair 2012

New York, NY, February 12, 2012 –BrickStix, the removable, reusable static cling decals for plastic toy bricks like LEGO® and MEGA BLOKS®, will be debuting their new line of removable and repositionable stickers, Mod™ stix, at this year’s TIA Toy Fair Feb. 12-15
in New York City.

Unlike regular stickers, Mod stix have a special adhesive that won’t ruin bricks. They won’t
leave ick on your brick! Mod stix come off clean–Imagine that! The new Mod themes include; Zombies, WWII, Comics, Special Forces and Medieval.

They will also be exhibiting the classic BrickStix® cling decals for plastic bricks that stick to the bricks using static–similar to a window cling. They never lose their stickiness!

When the smooth plastic brick and the BrickStix are pressed together, the pressure secures
the charge and voila! You have a cool new brick design without ruining your bricks with the sticky, goopy residue normal sticker decals leave behind. They’re easy to clean, and can be used over and over for endless building fun!

Greyson MacLean, first conceptualized and invented BrickStix at the age of 9, when he was
frustrated with the stickers that came with brick sets. The need to customize his brick
creations into different stories and the ability to detach and reposition are the foundations
behind BrickStix.

Greyson MacLean and BrickStix have won several prestigious toy inventor awards, including Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Seal Award and the 2011 TAGIE Young Inventor of the Year, and have also been featured on Conan Show and in Disney FamilyFun, just to
name a few.

BrickStix or Mod. Same great idea, just a different way to stick to your bricks!
Either way, we’ve got your bricks covered.

Find: BrickStix Cling Decals for LEGO®, MEGA BLOKS® and Other Plastic Bricks
Find: Mod Stickers for LEGO®, MEGA BLOKS® and Other Plastic Bricks
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