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Toy Fair 2015 sells out of exhibit Space

The exhibit space is equivalent in size to more than seven football fields


The Toy Industry Association ( TIA) announced that exhibit space for the 112th North American International Toy Fair (February 14-17) has officially sold out. Though the show is still two months away, it has already surpassed a record-breaking 419,000 net square feet of exhibit space at New York City’s Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. Going forward, prospective Toy Fair exhibitors will be placed on the show’s wait list; Toy Fair organizers will do their best to accommodate wait list requests.

“For the first time in show history, Toy Fair has sold out of exhibit space. More than 1,000 fast-acting exhibitors from the U.S., Canada and abroad made sure to submit their booth applications before the holidays in order to secure their spots at the largest toy marketplace in the Western Hemisphere,” said Marian Bossard, TIA senior vice president of global market events. “With tens of thousands of visitors expected from around the world, Toy Fair ’15 is sure to be a whirlwind of energy, activity and product innovation!”

Equivalent in size to more than seven football fields, this year’s expanded show floor will be teeming with hundreds of thousands of innovative new toys, games and youth entertainment products. Buyers, licensors, entertainment executives and other play professionals from 100 countries will be on-hand to scout toy trends, spot unique product lines and brands, and write orders for 2015. Buyer delegations from dozens of major global retail outlets are already registered to attend, including Toys‘R’Us, CVS, Walmart, Target, Amazon, Apple, Barnes & Noble and Hobby Lobby, with many more registrants expected to pour in over the coming weeks.

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