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Toymaster ties with ToyNews

ToyNews has signed up with Toymaster to publish a special edition at the buying group's essential spring trade show.
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The May issue will be distributed directly to all store managers at the event, which runs from Tuesday May 9th to Thursday May 11th at the Majestic Hotel, Harrogate.

It will also feature exhibitors and new products.

"We're delighted to have a special edition of ToyNews at our show, with the magazine helping everyone to make the most of the three-day event," said Toymaster managing director Roger Dyson. Other special issues of ToyNews include a bumper Toy Fair edition, complete with re-design and new sections.

A focus on World Cup toys and gifts follows in March, whilst publisher Intent Media is also launching a sister magazine to ToyNews, called BikeBiz, next month.

The Toymaster May Show is only open to Toymaster members. For more information on becoming a Toymaster member please contact Colin Farrow on 01604 674477.

For more information about ToyNews and BikeBiz plans for 2006 contact stuart.dinsey@intentmedia.co.uk.

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