“This solution is designed to be beneficial to those who are looking for a temporary space to conduct important presentations and meetings,” said Aaron Muderick, chairperson of The Toy Association Board of Directors and founder of Crazy Aaron’s.
“It has been a distinct honour and privilege to serve in the role of President and CEO of The Toy Association and I count myself fortunate to be among those over the past 107 years to hold this position,” said Pasierb.
“It has become abundantly clear through the passionate reaction, that the place holds as much or more importance than the date,” read a statement from Aaron Muderick and The Toy Association Board of Directors.
There will be no show in 2024, followed by a March show in New York in 2025. Then Toy Fair will move to a new January slot in New Orleans for 2026, 2027 and 2028.
“We have the ability to hop on science projects quickly here at Crazy Aaron’s, and we’re looking at this effort to create an FDA-approved hand sanitiser formula as the ultimate science project,” said founder Aaron Muderick.