Jackloc, the Leicestershire based company, are working with the family behind the iconic 1960s Thunderbirds TV series, to promote safety in the home.
The show’s co-creator, Sylvia Anderson, who is also the voice of Lady Penelope, described the partnership as
“a natural synergy and one that is close to my heart, as Jackloc is a family-run business whose first focus is to help keep families safe.”
Her daughter, Dee, is also producing a promotional video with the two sisters who run The Jackloc Company, Judith Burrows and Emma Wells. It’s being filmed this week at London’s St James Court Hotel, which has Jackloc cable window restraints fitted to its windows.
It’s a timely tie-up with the new Thunderbirds film and a new TV series, both set to come out in April, 50 years after the first Thunderbirds episode was aired.
Jackloc director, Judith Burrows, said:
“It’s been really fab working with Sylvia and Dee. Thunderbirds is all about international rescue and we’re all about international safety, so there’s a really strong link.”
See what Sylvia Anderson has to say about Jackloc on her website, www.Glotime.tv, in association with Glotime radio.