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January 26, 2014


Jillian Lakritz

I love the insight you share about the importance of exposing yourself to the vast world of toys beyond what's available in your own backyard. I imagine that a trip to Spielwarenmesse would both challenge and inspire anyone hoping to innovate within the world of play. Next year in Nuremberg!

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