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A.B. Gee’s Christmas Show now underway

Published on: 3rd July 2017

Start of Christmas Show also marks the launch of the company’s dedicated Christmas Catalogue.

A.B. Gee’s 2017 three-week Christmas show has begun at the wholesaler’s premises in Derbyshire. Visitors to the show, which runs from Monday 3rd July through to Friday 21st July, can view the best lines available for Christmas ordering, including the company’s own-brand range of outdoor and radio controlled toys. The rebranded and relaunched range of A.B. Gee’s wooden and plush toys will also be on show, featuring refreshed packaging for a bigger impact at retail.

The show also marks the launch of A.B. Gee’s 100 page, 90,000 print run Christmas catalogue, which the company supplies free of charge to its customer base.

A.B. Gee are one of the few companies to produce a dedicated Christmas Catalogue free of any of its own company branding, making it perfect for independent toy retailers or shops alike.

The catalogue is designed and produced by the company’s in-house marketing team, and includes all the biggest brands, such as Hasbro, Mattel, MGA, and Character, with over 500 toys for all ages with categories covering early years, boys, girls, role-play, wooden, craft, plush, puzzles, games, outdoor, remote control, and technology.

The Catalogue will be available to collect at the show, or to download from A.B. Gee’s website, from Monday 3rd July.

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