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Aug 17, 2022

[Answer] 1. Invented in 1993 by Ty Warner, these "small, understuffed animals are affordably priced for those on an allowance".

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...1. Build-A-Bear 2. Pound Puppies 3. Teletubbies 4. Beanie Babies In 1983 Ty Warner mortgaged his home, and founded Ty Inc. in Chicago, Illinois. His first toys, called Himalayan Cats, were popular. Some of the stuffing was left out to make the animals seem more lifelike. Warner still, however, wanted to find a collectable toy that was relatively inexpensive. In 1994 the "original nine" Beanie Babies were launched. It is believed the Warner earned as much as $700 million a year at the height of the Beanie Babies craze.




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