Independent Toy & Gift Show returns in April

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The Independent Toy & Gift Show is renowned for being a trade show with a difference. The Independent retailer is at its focus.

 
From bespoke offers to new ranges, the show exists for retailers that go the extra mile.
 
Finding it is simple too. The show is at Cranmore Park, near Birmingham. Parking and lunch comes with your free entrance ticket.
 
The consumer trend of natural made and reusable toys has made the headlines. The show theme of Wooden Toys next year couldn’t be better timed.
 
There will be many dynamic displays encompassing this most traditional toy category. It’ll offer something to inspire your 2020 ranging.
 
Ravensburger is taking over the Diamond Suite café with the best-selling Brio brand. Juratoys are sponsoring the plaY-room Member reward scheme.
 
Bookings for the 2020 Independent Toy & Gift Show opened at the start of November. Over 80% of stands are already reserved by the leading players in the toy industry.
 
Exhibitors set to attend include Hasbro, Mattel, Lego, MGA, Playmobil and Spin Master among others. This makes the show the first opportunity in the year to see all these top toy suppliers all under one roof.
 
Exhibitor bookings are open to plaY-room Cenpac suppliers only. Contact the plaY-room team if you would like to exhibit.

Independent Toy & Gift Show: Tuesday 21st and Wednesday 22nd April 2020

To register as a visitor click here: www.independenttoyandgift.co.uk/register-now

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