Adventure Planet, a division of Rhode Island Novelty, is looking forward to this year’s IGES/SSS show for one simple reason: “It’s the top show for gift shops,” says Jeff Shaughnessy, sales manager.
People all around the world commemorate vacations and day trips with mementos for themselves, family and friends. As a result, the 30,000 gift, novelty and souvenir stores in the U.S. reportedly earn a combined annual revenue of around $18 billion. Consistent top selling souvenirs include shirts, hats, figurines, refrigerator magnets, notepads and spoons, and retailers must constantly offer new products to attract customers.
Aurora World is a leading global supplier of affordable, high quality plush toys and soft dolls. With more than 2,500 SKUs, the company has products in every category, including both classic and licensed stuffed animals, animatronics, and puppets for all ages. Aurora World’s consumer website offers retailers a wealth of product information, and products are […]