Pretty sad, I was with TS from issue one and can't begin to mention how many toys I purchased, things I learned and contacts I made from this terrific magazine. I was even on the (as a freelancer) payroll for a while. Farewell TS, you will be missed.....
We at F+W Publications continuously analyze our publishing strategy
to determine if we are meeting your needs and Company goals. We take
into consideration the marketplace we serve and the opportunities
available for each of our magazine titles.
After much analysis and deliberation, we have determined to cease
publication of Toy Shop Magazine, effective with the March 2008
Please know that F+W will continue to serve your needs through our
popular online home for collectors, Collect.com: Find What You Keep. I encourage you
to work with your Advertising Sales Representative to reach this
audience and create a marketing strategy that aligns with your
You will hear from your Advertising Representative soon to discuss
how we can introduce our readers to your company and enhance your
2008 marketing plan.
On behalf of everyone at Toy Shop Magazine, I would like to thank you
for your past support of the magazine.
Associate Group Publisher
F+W Publications, Inc.