“The legacy of Jurassic Park is felt across the world,” said Melissa Rodriguez, vice president of franchise strategy for Universal Products & Experiences.
“Now ToyAid is complete, I really hope everyone has positive times ahead and the toy industry as a whole is remembered for the support they gave in a time of need for many families,” said Joel Silverman, co-founder of ToyAid.
Other winners on the night included Mattel’s Pictionary Air, Wow! Stuff’s Harry Potter Invisibility Cloak and LEGO Stranger Things.
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Elsewhere, Peppa Pig was named Best Pre-School Licensed Property while Harry Potter scooped Best Children’s or Tween Licensed Property.
“This year’s Harry Potter Invisibility Cloak epitomises our company’s focus on creating ground-breaking, blockbuster selling products,” said Dr. Jim Wyatt, Director of Inventor Relations at Wow! Stuff.
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