Just three stands left for Toy Fair 2013

Olympia only has room for three more exhibitors at the 60th Toy Fair.
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So far Toy Fair has over 200 exhibitors on its floor plan – but there are only three spaces left.

The show is set to take place between January 22nd and 24th.

In its ‘Diamond Jubilee’ 60th anniversary year (check out the special diamond-encrusted logo), Toy Fair will welcome 42 new exhibitors and the Greenhouse Area is already fully subscribed with a growing waiting list.

“Toy Fair 2013 is particularly special for the BTHA as we celebrate our diamond jubilee,” said Simon Pilling, head of Toy Fair operations and sales. “The build up has already been amazing with unprecedented support from the industry; support that seems to get stronger and stronger each year.

“We’re thankful to our regular exhibitors for continuing to stand behind the event, and we’re looking forward to seeing exciting new products from the 42 new companies exhibiting at Toy Fair in January. It may be five months out but we already know it’s going to be an unmissable three days.”

Exhibitors who are interested in taking an option on one of the three remaining stands should contact Simon Pilling on simon@btha.co.uk or 020 7701 7127.

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