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The Etnies Family Moves into Pretend City

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The Etnies Family moved into Pretend City this summer featuring the “skate house.” Etnies founder and CEO Pierre Andre Senizergues and his wife Sara have a strong passion for nutrition, and it is displayed in the model of their home at Pretend City.

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The action sports themed house allows children to play in a world of endless imagination. There are skateboard coffee tables, clocks made with skateboard wheels, and a skate themed stickers all over the house. The kitchen is well stocked with plenty of healthy play food for children to cook for their families when playing in the Etnies home.

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The exhibit was opened with the family attending the ribbon cutting ceremony where children got a chance to test out their skate skills with the Etnies team.

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Right next to the home, children can put their building skills to work in the skateboard-building workshop. The hands-on experience will allow children to master many early learning skills in a fun and interactive environment.

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The Etnies family home will be available for children to explore inside of Pretend City until October 2013 when a new family moves into the city. With each purchase of a Pretend City ticket while the Etnies home is here, families will receive a Pretend City discount for shoes purchased on the etnies’ online store.

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Pretend City is located at 29 Hubble in Irvine. Tickets are $12.50 per person, and complimentary for children under the age of 12 months.

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  1. Great photos and write up. Hope you all had fun that day. Thank you for the mention.

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