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LIMA Awards Finalists Announced

LIMA Awards Finalists Announced
Voting for the annual LIMA awards is now open for members of the Licensing Industry Merchandisers' Association.

The ballot is finalized and voting for the annual LIMA awards is now open to members of the Licensing Industry Merchandisers' Association.

A record 142 nominees from 14 countries are represented on the list of finalists.

LIMA members have until May 12 to cast their vote. The winners will be announced at a ceremony on the first night of Licensing Expo June 9 in Las Vegas, Nev.

“The LIMA Licensing Awards is a globally recognized program that celebrates superior performance throughout the licensing industry,” says Charles Riotto, president, LIMA. “We are pleased to have received so many outstanding submissions from a record number of countries this year and look forward to honoring the 2015 winners.”

This year’s nominees for Overall Best Licensed Program are:

  • AMC "The Walking Dead" (AMC/Striker Entertainment)
  • Disney’s Frozen (The Walt Disney Company/Disney Consumer Products)
  • "Downton Abbey" (NBCUniversal International Television Production/Knockout Licensing)
  • "Minecraft" (Mojang)
  • My Little Pony (Hasbro)
  • One Direction (Modest Management/Global Merchandising Services) 
  • Scotts Miracle-Gro (The Scotts Miracle-Gro Company/Seltzer Licensing Group)
  • Stanley, Black + Decker, DeWalt (Stanley Black & Decker/Beanstalk)
  • The Very Hungry Caterpillar/The World of Eric Carle (Eric Carle Studio/The Joester Loria Group)
  • World Cup (FIFA)

Click here for the full list of nominees in all categories and to vote now.

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