Win an Apple TV by taking part in our retail survey

The survey discusses stand-out categories and challenges.
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ToyNews is calling on toy retailers to get involved with its survey. 

And to mark the arrival of our first retail survey we're giving away an Apple TV for one lucky participant.

Fill in the ToyNews retail survey here - it only takes a few minutes.

The survey discusses everything from the stand-out sectors in 2012 to retail challenges, and potential trends for 2013. You don't have to give your name.

The findings will be published in the February issue of ToyNews.

The Apple TV (pictured) will soon be on its way to one random participant in the survey. Any toy retailer who completes the survey will be entered into the prize draw, with the first out of hat scooping the Apple TV.

The winner will be chosen at random once the survey deadline passes on December 6th.

ToyNews asks that only genuine retailers take part - (please include your email details within the final question and answer box should you wish to be entered into the draw).

Fill in the ToyNews retail survey here.

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