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Penny Skateboards Launches New The Simpsons-Inspired Skateboards

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In partnership with 20th Century FOX, Penny Skateboards has launched a new line of The Simpsons-inspired skateboards now available at pennyskateboards.com and select retailers globally.

The Simpsons collection includes seven premium plastic boards featuring characters from Springfield’s finest including Bart, Mr. Burns, Maggie and even Ralph Wiggam.

“For the board graphics, we decided to focus on some of the iconic Simpsons characters so consumers can easily identify, and now shop, their favorite personality from the show. Bart was a skater and had a mix of playful rebellion and fun, which totally fits with our brand culture. Overall, we are really excited for this opportunity and think our fans will enjoy this unique collaboration,” said Penny Skateboards Founder Ben Mackay.

Available in 22” and 27” decks, the boards feature classic primary color combinations with the character graphics as the main art. You can view the full Penny Skateboards x The Simpsons range here.

About Penny Skateboards

With dedicated customers in over 64 countries, Penny Skateboards reignited the love for plastic skateboards made popular in the seventies when it launched in 2010. Founded in Australia by Ben Mackay, the company aims to encourage more people to enjoy the fun of skateboarding by creating high-quality, colourful skateboards across a range of unique collections –Classics, Fresh Prints, Painted Fades, Pastels, Signature and Limited Editions. Learn more at www.pennyskateboards.com.

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