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GOOD Maker Challenge Winner: Minnesota Toy Store Brings Play to Children and Adults

by Emily Howard, GOOD Maker

August 16, 2013


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Air Traffic staffers at a kendama (Japanese wooden toy) competition. Left to right: Manager Kris Johnson; Ringmaster (a.k.a. Director of Operations) Jeff Kasper; Ian Tonkinson; Chris Jost; and Connor Neal.

Watch the video above to learn more about Air Traffic Kites & Games. View their winning submission here.

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GOOD Maker Challenge Winner: Minnesota Toy Store Brings Play to Children and Adults