Zak introduces ‘Dragon’-themed dinnerware
SPOKANE, Wash. — Kids (and kids at heart) have even more reason to be excited about the upcoming film "How to Train Your Dragon 2," thanks to Zak Designs.
Zak, a leading manufacturer of licensed children’s dinnerware, introduced a line of meal-time products featuring characters from the movie and television show.
To help capture all the excitement of the film at the dinner table, fans can expect a three-section tray, flatware set and a 14.5-oz. tumbler. "How to Train Your Dragon 2" is set to be released in June.
Razer introduces new headphone series
CARLSBAD, Calif. — Razer, a producer of high-performance gaming hardware, software and systems announced the Razer Adaro series, a new line of headphone designed for entertainment.
The new line will feature four different earphone models: bass-heavy, analog stereo, Bluetooth and DJ-style. Each set of earphones is designed with an eye toward durability and comfort, as well as exceptional sound quality. The Razer Adaro series marks the company’s latest foray into the personal entertainment audio space.
"Making technically advanced headsets to meet the extraordinary requirements of professional gamers has been a primary focus for us for years, and applying that competency to the development of headphones designed for music lovers is a natural extension for the business and our fans," Min-Liang Tan, Razer co-founder, CEO and creative director, said. "For some time now, we’ve been asked to come out with a line of headphones that addresses the other interests of our community. The Razer Adaro lineup offers just that: high-quality, portable audio for kicking-back, traveling and training, and even for making music."
All four Razer Adaro products are currently available for pre-order. Visit RazerZone.com for more information.
Final call for entries for Retail Store of the Year
NEW YORK — Due to the holiday rush and related closings, Chain Store Age has extended the deadline for its 32nd annual Retail Store of the Year design competition until Friday, Jan. 8.
More than 20 competition categories are featured, including department stores, supermarkets, discounters, restaurants, convenience stores, specialty stores, service, sustainability and pop-up stores. This year, for the first time, the competition also includes the category of in-store digital innovation.
Retailers, design firms, architects and suppliers are all eligible to submit entries. Click here for more information and for an entry form.
Please email Chain Store Age editor Marianne Wilson at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. Eligible projects are single-location or multiple-unit stores/restaurants opened between Nov. 30, 2012 and Dec. 30, 2013.