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Corgi rewards stockists

Retailers recognised for their commitment to the firm.
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Corgi has announced the winners of its Platinum Stockist programme for 2007.

The Best Stockist Retailer award goes to Monk Bar Model Shop, a family owned business based in York (pictured).

Alistair Kirk of Altyre Models in Cowdenbeath gets the gong for Best Platinum Stockist Sales Person, while Much Ado About Toys in Stratford Upon Avon receives the Best Platinum Stockist Display award.

Consumers voted for their nominees through the Model Collector and Diecast Collector magazines and on Corgi’s website.

Launched in 2006, the initiative allows Corgi to establish a core base of retailers with an extensive product range and knowledge.

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