Jay Franco to Offer Sakroots Home Collection

Jay Franco, Nickelodeon Join in License AgreementNEW YORK-Jay Franco and Sons has reached an agreement with The Sak Brand Group to produce a line of home textiles branded under the Sakroots label.

The collection will be available at retail beginning in spring 2015. It will consist of bath and hand towels, shower curtains, bath accessories, comforters, sheets, decorative pillows and beach towels, and will priced at retail between $19.99 and $149.99. The designs will be taken from Sakroots' original artist prints, including White Peace, Neon One World and Aqua Flower Power.

Mark Talucci, co-founder and CEO of The Sak Brand Group, said Sakroots designs have appeared on footwear, media accessories, travel products, jewelry and stationery. "Home was the next natural extension," Talucci said.

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