Deck the halls with the most awesome array of toys, rare items and collectibles and get a peek at the world of collecting die-cast cars and vehicles, as Collectibles Unlimited, the SM Megatrade Halls and Die Cast Philippines (DCPH) brings you the 6th CHRISTMAS TOYFAIR and the 1st PHILIPPINE DIE-CAST AND CUSTOM CAR SHOW.
The Toyfair features a huge exhibitors’ floor of around a hundred of the country’s top toy merchants selling the most sought-after toy lines from Hasbro, Mattel, Sideshow, Hot Toys, McFarlane and NECA, and pop-culture collectibles from movie, sci-fi and anime properties.
The main event is highlighted by a Christmas toy drive for the benefit of cancer-stricken kids of the National Children’s Hospital. There will also be a Christmas Cosplay Parade around the SM Megamall and in the event venue. There will also be a collectibles auction and other segments featuring the country’s toy collecting clubs like Pinoy Toy Kolektor, Toy Soldier 1:18, Flip Geeks and more.
The cool Christmas air also brings the coolest in die-cast car collectibles as Die Cast Philippines (DCPH) rolls in with exhibits of the country’s top die-cast car collectors. There will also be a die-cast car Gravity Race, a Custom Car Show Competition and the biggest DCPH die-cast swap meet of the year. DCPH also offers a show exclusive – a limited edition customized 1st Philippine Die-Cast and Custom Car Show VW Bus and they will also be raffling off exclusive 1/18 scale Disney Cars.
Get the best the season can offer and enjoy the shining, shimmering glow of brand new toys, die-cast cars and collectibles.
The 6th CHRISTMAS TOYFAIR and the 1st PHILIPPINE DIE-CAST AND CUSTOM CAR SHOW happens at the SM Megatrade Hall 1, 5th floor of the SM Megamall in Mandaluyong City on December 16 to 17, Friday to Sunday from 10:00 Am to 9:00 Pm.
This event is presented by Collectibles Unlimited, the SM Megatrade Halls and Die Cast Philippines (DCPH) and sponsored by Hotdogs on Sticks, Sugar Free n Blue and Big Boys Toy Store. The event is supported by Otakuzine, Mindstyle, Pinoy Toy Kolektor, Toy Soldier 118, Anime Alliance, Flip Geeks and the SM Megamall.
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