Tech Group to Hold Paintball 'Shootout' at TIA's Fall Toy Preview in Dallas, TX

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Tech Group Introduces new line of low-velocity paintball products. To highlight the new line, Tech Group is holding a "Shootout" in their booth at the upcoming TIA Fall Toy Preview in Dallas, TX, October 9-12. The new line is specifically designed to meet all necessary standards for use by children ages eight and up. Unlike traditional paintball, these shooter fire fifty caliber paintballs that "splat" upon

We are thrilled to bring our target games and toys to the US market, said Mark Bradshaw, President of Tech Group. We've enjoyed incredible success in Europe and Asia and look forward to giving American kids the chance to experience this unique form of paintball.

Tech Group USA, LLC, announced today that it will hold a "Shootout" contest at the upcoming Toy Industry Association's (TIA) Fall Toy Preview in Dallas, TX, October 9-12. Show attendees will have the opportunity to fire three shots at a fixed target using the company's new line of low-velocity paintball products. Contest winners will receive a certificate of marksmanship via mail following the show. Tech Group will be located on the 13th floor in booth number 2113. To register for the show, contact TIA at http://www.toyassociation.org.

TechGroup's "Shootout" will feature SupaSplat, an innovative line of paint ball toys designed specifically for children eight years and up. Unlike traditional paintball, these low-velocity shooters project 50 caliber balls of colorful paint that "splat" upon target impact. All paint is non-toxic, water soluble (easy to clean) and fully biodegradable.

SupaSplat's growing popularity across the globe is confirmed by the 1.7 million products sold to date. Now available in the US for the first time, the product line includes:

  • SupaSplat BlowBlaster: A two piece rapid-fire blow-pipe, with a unique repeat loader.
  • SupaSplat MultiBlaster: Available in single or twin packs, the MultiBlaster is a high-tech shooter featuring a hand pump action trigger that projects paintballs. This toy can also be used to blast jets of water.

To meet the interest of older children ages 14 and up, TechGroup designed an additional line of low-velocity SupaSplat products that include:

  • SupaSplat PaintBlaster: A spring-loaded paintball shooter available in single and twin packs.
  • SupaSplat TriggerSplat: An air pump paint ball shooter with an onboard air reservoir.

All SupaSplat products come packaged with a target and protective eyewear. Refills are also available in either 80-count or 250-count packages.

"We are thrilled to bring our target games and toys to the US market, said Mark Bradshaw, President of Tech Group. We've enjoyed incredible success in Europe and Asia and look forward to giving American kids the chance to experience this unique form of paintball."

About Tech Group USA, LLC:
Founded Tech in 1999 in the United Kingdom to provide innovative low-velocity paintball games and toys suitable for younger children and their families, Tech Group initially marketed their products globally in Europe, South Africa, the Middle East, South America, and Asia.

The company has sold more than 1.7 million low-velocity shooters worldwide and over 100 million SplatBall refill packs annually to major international retailers including:

  • Auchan
  • Carrefour
  • Woolworths
  • Argos
  • Arcadia Group
  • Toys R Us
  • Pick N Pay
  • Macro    • John Lewis
  • Logi Toys
  • Casino
  • Debenhams
  • Burtons
  • Target (Australia)
  • Kmart (Australia)

Tech Group formed its US operations early in 2007 and maintains warehouses for domestic inventory and also markets products on an import basis from China. Additional information is available at http://www.techgroupglobal.com.

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