“I Never Knew They were Going to Respond. I Didn’t Think They Would Take Her Seriously”

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Angelina Giani, age eight, of Boca Raton, Florida, is a big fan of Bratz dolls. She has collected a few — “like 30, or 36.” However, she noticed that the Bratz dolls really do not resemble her: “They have blonde hair and they’re mostly, very, very tall.” Therefore, she took action and wrote a letter to the manufacturer and requested that it make dolls that more closely resemble her. She even enclosed a drawing of three dolls — one of which had dark hair, like her. MGA Entertainment, which is based in Los Angeles, California, used the drawings as models for three custom-made dolls that they gave to Angelina, who was impressed: “They actually made them and sent them in a box.” A spokesperson for MGA Entertainment said, “We were very impressed and touched by Angelina’s designs.” Angelina’s mother, Rosiana Giani, did not expect a response from the company; she regarded the letter as basically an exercise in writing. Rosiana said, “I never knew they were going to respond. I didn’t think they would take her seriously.”

For Further Information: “Bratz brings girl’s doll designs to life.” WPTV (West Palm Beach, Florida). 23 September 2013

http://tinyurl.com/pstvprj

For Further Information: Charlene Sakoda, “Girl’s letter prompts Bratz doll maker to create custom dolls.” Yahoo! News. 26 September 2013

http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/oddnews/girl’s-letter-prompts-bratz-dolls-maker-to-create-custom-dolls-213131169.html?vp=1

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