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July 3, 2012


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Arnold Maggi

I agree wholeheartedly.
One thing that so many manufactureres are ignoring is the Spanish Market. It is growing in leaps and bounds and no one is taking advantage of it. We have Spanish food aisles in Walmart and some other big boxes. Walmart always seems to be the first to recognize a trend.
The Toy Ind. should start experimenting with Spanish packaging in the more ethinic neighborhoods.

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