Logiblocs wins 2011/12 Informal Education Products award

Range features in Museum Tour catalogue, reaching two million homes in the US.
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Following a customer survey and internal staff appraisal for design, quality and educational value, Logiblocs was the winner of the 2011/12 Informal Education Products Award.

This is the second time Logiblocs has featured in the Museum Tour catalogue. Back in 2000 the range was honoured with an Award of Excellence from the customers of Museum Tour.

Logiblocs is now in its 17th year since the launch in the Harrods Toy Kingdom. Since then, the firm has sold over four million blocs throughout the world.

Marketing Director, Ros de Rivaz said: "We're really pleased that, again, parents in the States have appreciated the educational value and good design of Logiblocs, which reaffirms our place in the market."

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