Glo Cone International created sales and excitement on Katy Perry’s 2011 California Dreams North American Tour. The pop singer, songwriter and actress played approximately 52 shows in United States and Canadian cities between June and November.
Glo Cone retailed its FDA-approved flashing cotton candy cone for the tour, said Gary Lauber, owner and partner with the California-based company. The company offers seven different flashing light patterns for the Glo Cone, which comes with batteries. The Glo Cone is also ideal for amusement, water and theme parks, fairs, festivals, carnivals, dark attractions, family entertainment centers and anywhere else cotton candy is sold.
The company also sells the Glo Bucket, which comes in three different flashing patterns and can be used to sell popcorn, cotton candy, mini donuts, kettle corn and more. The patent-pending buckets can also hold liquids such as margaritas or lemonade. Lauber said the company is in discussions with Perry’s staff about including the Glo Buckets in the retail offerings for the artist’s next tour.
and a shot of the how the Glo Cone lights up cotton candy.