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Local inventor puts his work under the tree

Array of toys and games created at shop in Essex

By David Rattigan
Globe Correspondent / December 18, 2005

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ESSEX -- This is Ron Magers's time of year. Magers, 64, is the M of M Design, a toy and game designer in Essex, and he has been inventing toys for 28 years. He estimates that 45 to 50 of his creations have gone to market, including Puppy Racers, a game for preschool children that has been produced by Parker ... (Full article: 901 words)

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