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Sega Taps Epic-Scents for Product Line

May 30, 2013

Big buzz at Comic Con with Mega Man products.

Epic-Scents, the creative force behind last year's popular Mega Man Scent Blasters, is now partnering with Sega for a new product line.

According to the company, Epic-Scents Mega Man product line premiered at New York Comic Con last Fall, where fans, corporate buyers, and brand managers took note of the consistent traffic and activity at the Epic-Scents booth. 

Jim Kavanaugh, project director for Epic-Scents, commented:  "We're excited to join forces with Sega®to develop proprietary scents for their brands." Without disclosing precise details of the products, the "air care" products are due to launch in June 2013. 

Mega Man Scent Blasters are currently available through ThinkGeek.com and other leading retailers. 

More info: www.epic-scents.com

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