The Toy Trust commemorated Silver Anniversary with pin-badge appeal

The BTHA is commemorating the Toy Trust’s Silver Anniversary with a special edition pin badge, now on sale.

Proceeds from the sale of this badges will go towards the industry charity as the Trust aims to raise an additional £15,000 in funds towards children’s related causes in its 25th anniversary year.

The pin-badge will include special mention of the Toy Trust’s continuing message of Giving the Gift of Play, which underpins the events and fundraising throughout 2017.

Individual badges will be on sale during Toy Fair 2017 at the main entrance and from the BTHA members lounge at a cost of £2.50. They will also be available to purchase throughout the year.

The BTHA is aiming for large quantity orders of 100, 250 and 500 to sell or give to colleagues, customers or suppliers.

The Toy Trust will charge the full amount for the badges which can then be recouped by selling at a cost of £2.50.

A free customised tray will be included in orders of more than 100 badges.

‘The pin badge appeal is a way in which every member of the industry can be involved. In addition to ordering badges to sell or gift, members can also help by donating the time of staff to help sell the badges during the three days at Olympia,’ read statement from the BTHA.

‘Just an hour of time is all that is required to help sell at entrances and communal areas. If you have a willing volunteer, please contact Matt@btha.co.uk when an allotted day and time can be agreed.’

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