Moose Toys Scores Two Australian Toy Awards

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Last Updated on December 23, 2019 by Danielle

Shopkins Cutie Cars

Moose Toys won two Toy of the Year awards – Collectible Toy of the Year and Craft Toy of the Year.

Moose Toys, maker of the Shopkins, was honored with two Toy of the Year awards and two honors at the Australian Toy Awards. The Australian Toy Awards show is an annual event hosted in Melbourne, Australia.

The company’s newest Shopkins Cutie Cars also revealed at the 2017 New York Toy Fair took home Collectible Toy of the Year. Earlier this year, Toy Buzz honored Shopkins Cutie Cars as one of the Best New Toys at NY Toy Fair 2017. Another one of their properties, Oonies, won Craft Toy of the Year.

Paul Solomon, CEO at Moose Toys, expressed how thrilled and proud the company is to win yet another Collectible of the Year award. He stated that this officially builds its reputations as the world’s #1 collectible toy manufacturer.

He also mentioned he was pleased with being recognized in the craft category as well and expressed how proud he was of the team for development of this innovative product. Oonies is a new inflatable, stickable, and creative toy that gives kids unlimited creative freedom to create anything they can imagine with balloon-like pieces.

Moose was also recognized for the variety of products offered and the team was honored with two awards. Manny Stul, another CEO for Moose Toys, was inducted into the Hall of Fame at the Australian awards ceremony.

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