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Disguise Receives Vendor Partner of the Year Award from Spirit Halloween

DisguiselogoDisguise, the Halloween costume division of Jakks Pacific Inc., has received the Vendor Partner of the Year Award from Spirit Halloween for its contributions to the costumes and accessories categories. The award is based on innovations, new licenses, service level, and strategic approaches to sales and profit.

“We are honored to receive the Vendor Partner of the Year Award from Spirit Halloween,” said Joe Anton, president of Disguise. “It has been a pleasure collaborating with the entire Spirit team on unique Disguise programs to make Spirit stores the ultimate Halloween destination for families. Our partnership with Spirit Halloween has allowed us to create unique products not offered in any other retail channel while increasing sales year after year.”

Rubie’s Receives 2011 Monster High Rookie Licensee of the Year Award

Rubie’s Costume Company Inc., has received the 2011 Monster High North America Rookie Licensee of the year award from Mattel, the worldwide leader in design and marketing of toys and family products.

As one of the most successful children’s licenses of 2011, characters from the Monster High Costume Collection include Frankie Stein, Lagoona Blue, Cleo de Nile, Clawdeen Wolf and Draculaura. Available in children’s, tween and new adult sizes, each character comes to life with unique designs, intricate detailing and coordinating accessories. In addition to the colorful costumes, the line also includes wigs and make up kits.

“We are thrilled to be a part of the Monster High phenomenon.” said Howard Beige, Rubie’s Executive Vice President. “It is truly an honor to receive such a prestigious award and we look forward to developing even more fun and fashionable products for Monster High fans this upcoming Halloween season.”

With the expansion of the 2012 Monster High Collection, Rubie’s continues to create costumes that reflect the characters unique personalities while paying homage to their cool monster heritage. As they say at Monster High, freaky just got fabulous.

This post was originally written by Leah Rocketto and published by ToyBook.com. For more news, visit www.toybook.com, follow The Toy Book on Twitter, and like The Toy Book on Facebook. The Toy Book is a bimonthly trade magazine covering the toy industry, published by Adventure Publishing Group.