STATS ISLAND, N.Y. – Mensch on a bench has extended his family this season to include a good-hearted Mitzvah moose and the wise (and hilarious) Ask Papa dolls.
- Mitzvah Moose is a battery-powered plush, blue moose doll containing a storybook. In the story, Moshe Mensch helps the elk to fill in a series of eight mitzvot (good deeds) to help light his wings. The dock is sold for $ 24.99.
- Question Papa is a plush, battery-powered grandfather doll who is cute, lovely and has 14 humorous Jewish phrases to keep the kids laughing. Dad sells for 19.99 kr.
Mensch on a Bench was created by Neal Hoffman and has become a retail star since being introduced in 2013. He is one of the most popular products coming from the Shark Tank TV show. On Sunday, November 18th, Moshe Mensch will host a human day, encouraging children and adults to act as a human being and do good deeds all day.
It has been a great year for Moshe, who now has a partnership with Major League Baseball, and will join players in several US cities in 2019 for Jewish legacy nights. He, together with Robert Herjavec (Shark from Shark Tank) honored Boston Red Sox's Jewish heritage night, threw out the first tent and was subject to limited edition Bobbleheads, released to fans.
Mensch on a bench, sold for $ 29.99, was featured this year in "Head Home", a documentary about Israel's national baseball team's underdog trip, and was named the mascot.