Vancouver-based giant games company Bonkers has just launched an exclusive line of costume rentals with ‘Tickle Trunks’.
Tickle Trunks are the ultimate party accessory boxes, packed with a hilarious themed costume collection that’s complete with mix’n’matchable outfits, wigs, props, and accessories.
Bonkers announced the launch of these vintage metal, costume-filled trunks along with the expansion of its firm. And what’s even cooler is that you can rent the trunks in three different themes.
You have the option of renting a smaller trunk with six costumes, a larger one with at least 12 outfits, and they even come with a Spotify playlist to enhance your party experience.
The three motifs you can rent are:
- Who Dunnit: A Clue Themed Tickle Trunk (containing full outfits for all the characters of the original Clue game plus a few modern additions)
- Blast From The Past: A 60’s & 70’s Trunk (#tbt to a more liberated time from flower power to disco wear)
- Tight & Bright Under Black Lights (think spandex and fanny packs, anything that gets you glowing in the dark including black light bulbs)
Bonkers was founded by Vancouver entrepreneur and event planner Dani Vachon, following an endless search for the ideal party game. Now, the company makes parties exciting and entertaining for adults who still want to have fun, playing games like giant jenga, connect four, giant team yahtzee, and more.
And a year after the launch of Bonkers, Vachon met musician and costume connoisseur Emily Bach who joined the company to curate the new line of Tickle Trunks.
Qualifying posts must be positive; any posts that speak ill of Bonkers will not qualify.
- They must remain linked to Bonkers as long as the post is live and at least for 1 week following your event.
- Each individual person or company may post up to three (3) times ($30 refund per person), but if you get multiple people from your party to post, you could get your entire Tickle Trunk rental for free (with the exception of cleaning and delivery fees).
- The posts must link to Bonkers’ profile on either Instagram or Facebook (wherever the original post was made). You should also take a screencap of each post in case we don’t see it. If you’re super active with this we may have trouble keeping track of them all. All screencaps will be verified before the refund is issued.
This contest is being run under Bonkers’ own rules and regulations.
For more information, or to order a Tickle Trunk for your next party, visit Bonkers online.