Funko flies high on Thanksgiving.
The Everett, Washington based pop culture products company played a popular role in Macy’s annual Thanksgiving parade in New York City on Thursday. The company launched the balloon of grogo in the Star Wars series Mandalorians
Grogo – commonly known as baby Yoda – is imitating a real finko pop music! Fans can buy the statue for $15, as well as some limited edition products.
This is the first time Star Wars themed balloons have appeared in the landmark parade. On Thursday, the landmark parade celebrated the 95th anniversary of the birth of the balloon, which was broadcast nationwide by NBC.
Funko worked with Macy’s and Lucasfilm, which also agreed on twitter because of the huge green grogu flying by.
Pop music – inspirational balloons fly through the streets of Manhattan at 41 feet high, 29 feet long and 37 feet wide.
Funko authorizes roles from different popular cultures, including TV, movies, comics, sports, etc. Its pop music! The statue – about 40.5 feet shorter than the parade balloon – is its iconic product.