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Toy Break

The Gaspar Broadcast       |       cool with Toy Break       |       The Gaspars "IN" studio

January 13, 2011 1:00pm US/Pacific

Ayleen and George Gaspar
of Toy Break, October Toys, and DesignerCon.

Hollywood, CA Toys! Who (except for Burgermeister Meisterburger) doesn't love toys?

As a kid, they bring to life imagination and creation. They make favorite cartoon, movie, or television characters come to life. And they give a fun, safe way to practice those things kids will do when the "grow up."

As an adult, toys give the opportunity to complete (or replace) collections that enthralled us. They remind us of those memories that were wonderful and are worthy of reliving. And they give us something more....MUCH MORE...they give us Toy Break.

Toy Break is an amazing place on the web. Powered by Team Gaspar (high five...SELF high five), Toy Break covers, reviews, and checks out/tests designer toys of every make, medium, and genre. Taking the love of toys to a heady level, one is introduced to remarkable artists, fascinating collectibles, artistic creations, and the list goes on..and on..and on.

Clearly, Toy Break takes what they do seriously, in a fun way, as is evidenced by their lively and informative episodes. They take what is happening and hot in the Designer Toy World and bring it those who are hungry to know more. Toy Break is top-notch not only for their clever presentations, infectious designer and toy adorations; but, because they are the fabulous duo that has created an awesome online family that is open to anyone! With everything from forums to tidbits to events and more, Toy Break is your place to live, learn, and love amazing toys with other who feel the same!

Check out Toy Break online at; and, be sure to also check out the Gaspars' magical October Toys. In addition to all this (where do they get their energy?), they co-produce DesignerCon, they have a few YouTube channels (one is called Toy Brief), AND they are always on the look out for the next, amazing toy.

So, if you have even the slightest inkling to learn more, do what the "IN" show tells you: Stop (what you're doing), Look (into the Wonderful World of Designer Toys, and Listen to yourself and share the love by supporting Toy Break, your love for toys, and that new artist or design that takes your breath away.

Gus Summers is the Host and Broadcast Producer for The "IN Show, an entertaining broadcast that covers all things exciting and enlightening. When Gus isn't busy covering current events and interesting people, you'll see him out and about enjoying all that the City of Angels has to offer. For any questions, comments, or program ideas, he can be reached at

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the IN show studio

January 13, 2011 1:00pm US/Pacific

Ayleen and George Gaspar
in studio with the "IN" show.

Hollywood, CA Ayleen Gaspar and George Gaspar took time out of their busy schedules to talk toys, toys, and more toys!

This amazing duo has a fantastic way of getting people stoked about all of the cool happenings in the Designer Toy Industry. From vinyls to one off's, limited editions to long-time classics, these two are the go-to team that keeps the news traveling and spreading.

Listen in as Ayleen and George give the "IN" show listeners a treat as they discuss the beauty, power and bewitching objects we call toys.

You've heard the podcast, now watch the show on YouTube - Part 1        and Part 2.

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