5th Annual BlogOn Toy Awards open for entries

Published on: 29th July 2021

The winners of the 16 categories of the BlogOn Toy Awards will be announced on social media on 4th October.

Following a successful launch in 2017, the BlogOn Toy Awards are back again for the 5th Annual event. Entries are open now and close at midnight on 31st August.

The BlogOn Toy Awards are perfect for toy companies big and small and are an ideal way to raise product awareness. The awards now receive over 200 entries per year, but the cost of the entry has been kept the same as last year to help make the awards as accessible as possible. Taking part costs just £10 per entry and only two samples are required. The winners will be announced on 4th October.

Laura Seaton, BlogOn founder commented: “After hosting a successful virtual event last year, we have made some changes to the way we will be running the awards this year, allowing even more parent influencers to vote for their favourite items. With a filmed demonstration of each category going live on the Friday, followed by in person judging on the Saturday, we are really looking forward to finding out who they choose as the winners.”

This year there are 16 different categories to enter: Adult Games, Baby/toddler toys, Christmas themed, Collectibles, Construction toys, Creative, Eco toys, Educational toys, Family games, Imagination toys, Interactive/tech toys, Licensed toys, Outdoor toys, Plush/dolls, Puzzles and Wooden toys.

Laura added: “We are looking forward to being able to catch up with so many people from the toy industry at the latest BlogOn event and welcoming new faces as well as our regulars. We do still have a handful of exhibition spaces available for those companies who would like to build ongoing relationships with the influencers in attendance.”

To enter the BlogOn Toy Awards please visit the BlogOn website.



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