According to the Toy Industry Association (TIA), back-ups and delays at congested California ports have meant millions of dollars lost for toy companies around the country. At the TIA’s 5th Annual California Toy Day, scheduled to take place in Sacramento on April 14 to 15, there will be discussions regarding what is being done now—as well as what strategies are in place for the future—to prevent recurring port problems.
Toy companies of all sizes will have a chance to meet with California legislators during the Toy Industry Association’s (TIA) fifth annual California Toy Day, taking place in Sacramento on April 14 to 15. The event will feature a series of meetings that connect toy manufacturers, importers, and distributors with the state’s policymakers.
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The Toy Industry Association (TIA) will hold its Third Annual California Toy Day this spring in Sacramento, Calif. The event is free and open to all toy industry stakeholders.
From May 14 to 15, toy manufacturers, importers, and distributors that are based in California–or those who simply have business interests in California–will join together to discuss the key issues and concerns that the toy industry will face this year.
TIA staff will schedule and coordinate all meetings and events, as well as meals and ground transportation. A block of hotel rooms will be arranged at the Citizen Hotel in Sacramento for a negotiated rate.
Registration, agenda, and hotel details will be made available on the TIA website.