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ToyNews 2009 consumer survey

The 2009 consumer survey from ToyNews is here and to be in with a chance of winning one of the latest toys on the market, all you have to do is answer a few questions...
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Prizes include Ripstik Castor Boards, Ben 10 Alien Creation Chambers, VTech Knowledge Notebooks and Sprig Discover Rigs.

To enter the draw, simply answer the following questions and send your answers, along with your name and contact details to: toynewscompetition@intentmedia.co.uk

1. Where do you usually buy toys?

2. If you used to shop in Woolworths, where do you now buy toys?

3. How much would you spend on a birthday gift for a child?

4. Do you think children get enough value from toys?

5. Do you think toys are too expensive?

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