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Last minute resources are available to retailers who wish to join hundreds of toy stores in celebrating this year’s Neighborhood Toy Store Day, the American Specialty Toy Retailing Association (ASTRA) announced.
Hasbro, reported financial results for the third quarter 2019. Net revenues for the third quarter 2019 were $1.58 billion versus $1.57 billion in 2018. Absent a negative $20.5 million impact of foreign exchange, third quarter 2019 revenues grew 2%.
SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc., a leading theme park and entertainment company, and Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit educational organization behind Sesame Street, revealed the location of a new Sesame Place theme park, the second Sesame Place in the United States. The new park will open in San Diego in spring 2021 and will be the first Sesame Place on the West Coast.
Funrise, Inc., a leading global toy manufacturer announced the retail launch of Fart Ninjas, the “silent, butt deadly” boys action-figure line with an ingenious electronic feature that triggers fart sounds and surprises unsuspecting individuals.
Learning Express announces its list of Top Toys for the 2019 holiday season. All age groups and many toy categories are represented including Infant/Toddler, Preschool & Tween, Games & Brain teasers, Art & Creativity, Action, Skill & Sports, STEM toys and more!
Super Impulse USA LLC, creator of the successful and popular World’s Smallest line of toys and collectibles, has partnered with Rubik’s Brand to launch the new Rubik’s Tilt, a hand-held electronic game controlled by motion.
MVP Plush, LLC., a company dedicated to spreading joy in the lives of children and pets through plush toys, has created MVP (Most Valuable Pals), a new product line of plush stuffed animals with a special message reminding children they are the stars of their own story.
The Nintendo Switch and Nintendo Switch Lite systems have combined to sell over 15 million units in North America since the launch of the flagship Nintendo Switch system in March 2017, according to internal data from Nintendo.