JAKKS Pacific Up 12%; Expands Licensed Range Of Adaptive Wheelchair Covers

JAKKS Pacific, Inc. (JAKK) shares are up more than 12% Wednesday morning at $13.28.

The Toy maker said its Halloween costume division Disguise, Inc. has launched a new line of licensed wheelchair cover sets and accessible costumes for Halloween this year.

The costume maker has expanded its licensed range of adaptive wheelchair covers launched last year with great success, to include adaptive jumpsuits and dresses.

The company said these wheelchair covers and costumes designed to be worn by children with special needs, are inspired by Poppy from Dreamwork Animation's Trolls World Tour, Chase from Paw Patrol: The Movie, Transformers Bumblebee and Batman and the Batmobile.

"All of our many licensors have professed interest in developing into this market and we are excited to reveal our fully global 2022 line soon," said Tara Hefter, President and GM of Disguise, Inc.

JAKK has traded in the range of $3.93- $15.54 in the last one year.

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