The 2015 Toy, Hobby and Licensing Fair in Melbourne truly was an event that the Vuly Trampolines
team remember. Creators and vendors of all different kinds came together to share their love for toys, and everyone was so passionate about bringing incredible creations to the public. Honestly, we felt like kids again!
We mentioned Vuly's
attendance to the Melbourne Toy Fair as part of our Toy Fair Circuit in a previous post
, but sadly it wasn’t a venue open to the public. We put together an insider access video package to show you all the excitement and joy that Vuly
brought to the exhibition.
Vuly at the Toy Hobby and Licensing Fair – Our exhibit
This year, Vuly
showed off its most awe-inspiring exhibit ever. We set up 5 Thunder
trampolines for attendees to test. An extra Thunder
also spent 4 days displaying its extraordinary weight-bearing power by holding up an entire car.
Our basketball demos were incredibly popular, and we even had a Thunder
floating over a dozen metres in the air, with an 80-inch TV broadcasting our fun-loving Vuly
message for everyone to see. Even Spongebob Squarepants and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles came over to see what all the fuss was about.
Vuly at the Toy, Hobby and Licensing Fair – The event
This year marked the 50th anniversary of Melbourne’s Toy Fair. Thousands of attendees from the toy, hobby and licensing industries spent 4 magical days learning, presenting, networking and laughing at the Melbourne Convention Centre.
Not only did exhibitors show off their brilliant array of products and characters with each other on the show floor, they also attended rousing breakfast events and productive meetings—all with the goal of sharing opportunities and promoting joy. We saw some very deserving toys and their makers claim awards; Vuly
was also presented with Best Outdoor Toy for the previous year!
Thank you to the organisers of this spectacular event, and to the other attendees, who made it such a thrilling experience. The sheer scale of the 4 days even put some of our sales team out-of-commission. We bet that they’re still looking forward to the next toy fair on our calendar, though.
What would you have done for 4 days surrounded by so many toys?