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Posted By: Jean Philippe Sergent
Posted On: Monday January 13, 2020 at 7:24 PM
 
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Hi Randy, the website www.auto-und-modell.de is always covering
the Nuremberg toy fair every year, with pictures of all stands with brands and different scales.

Coverages are posted most of the time a few days after the end of the toy fair.

Just visit that link below and you should have a good idea of what 2020 will bring.
http://www.auto-und-modell.de/pages/aktuell/

Now, less and less manufacturers are attending the show because of the very expensive charges a week there costs, among other concerns.
Last year, no brands of the I-Dbv group distribution ( Matrix, Cult, Kess ) were present, GLM wasn't there too...
I think that none of these brands will be back this year, and I doubt that the new company GIM will be coming as well.

Let's see...

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Message thread:

2020 Nuremberg Toy Fair help? by Randy Rusk #27123
Hi Randy, the website www.auto-und-modell.de is always covering by Jean Philippe Sergent #27123.1
GIM is part of same group as Matrix so unlikely (EOM) by Marius Woolley #27123.1.1
I will be at the fair myself. by Albert Kopans #27123.2
I'll be happy to do that, Albert. by John Kuvakas #27123.2.1
Auto-und-Modell's tends to include more track subjects than the road subjects we favor, by Mark Lampariello #27123.2.1.1
I will do my best. (EOM) by Albert Kopans #27123.2.1.2
Thank you everyone! (EOM) by Randy Rusk #27123.3




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