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Angry Birds Nets Multiple Lima Awards

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Angry Birds earned Rovio two International Licensing Excellence titles at the Lima Awards in Las Vegas. The International Licensing Industry Merchandisers’ Association (LIMA) selected Angry Birds as the ‘Overall Best Licensed Program of the Year’.  Angry Birds also collected the ‘Best Character/ Toy Brand Program of the Year’ award in the Character/ Toy Brand segment.

Angry Bird licensee Commonwealth Toy & Novelty Co. took home the award for ‘Best Character/ Toy Brand Licensee of the Year- Hard Goods’ for Angry Birds toys. Three cheers for Angry Birds! Literally.

[Image Courtesy: Rovio]

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