Toys and Games Central Fall Show
The autumn edition of this working-style event will feature 30,000+ square feet of show space and host over 40 Canadian and U.S. exhibitors, such as Autruche, Melissa & Doug, and Stortz Toys. Targeting English-Canada’s independents, vendors will display this holiday season’s newest and hottest products, as well as their most popular toy, gift and hobby lines. Retailers can earn points toward travel rewards for every order placed at the show. (Click here for website.)
Inaugural TaG Central Fair Scores with Specialty-market Crowd
Christine Vinet, Bloco Toys, joined close to 40 specialty vendors at TaG Central's first show
If the organizers of the first Toys and Games Central Fair were aiming for an exhibition that was exciting but, at the same time, relaxed and welcoming, then they got it just about right.
Startup Toy Show Offers Incentives to Stay, Play and Buy
It’s no longer just a rumour – there’s a new toy show in town.
While some details have yet to be finalized, the Toys and Games Central Fair (TaG Central, for short) is scheduled to launch early next spring, confirmed Kate Baldwin, president of London, Ontario’s Brands in Balance and one of six organizers.
Baldwin, who describes TaG as a “working and writing trade show that’s put on by Canadians to support Canadians”, says the three-day event opens Sunday, March 8 and will run until Tuesday, March 10, 2015 at the International Plaza Hotel – a Toronto Airport-area facility.