Gateway Mid-America Toy Show

The Best of All Shows for Toy Collectors Everywhere!

32nd Annual Model and Display Contest

Saturday, February 7, 2015
Sponsored by Gateway Farm Toy Club

Questions ?
Call Elden Niemeyer at (618) 939-7982

 Or see Judy Debatin in Davos Boardroom upon arrival at the Sheraton Lakeside Chalet.

 


Model Contest

Display Contest (Farm Scene or Collection)

Adult Division (20 years & above)

  • 2-A: 1/16th scratch built
  • 3-A:  1/32nd and 1/16th customized
  • 4-A: 1/64th scratch built
  • 5-A:  1/64th customized
  • 6-A:  1/64th scratch built truck

Junior Division (13 - 19 years old)

  • 2-B:  1/64th - 1/16th customized

Youth Division (12 years and under)

  • 2-C:  1/64th - 1/16th customized

Adult Division (20 years & above)

  • 1-A Layout, Layout depicting farm scene; displaying collection

Junior Division (13 - 19 years)

  • 1-B Layout, Layout depicting farm scene; displaying collection

Youth Division (12 years & under)

  • 1-C Layout

1-D Ugly Toy

  • 1-D:  No restrictions, one entry per person

Scratch built is a toy started from scratch.  No manufactured toy start. 
Customized
is a manufactured toy with additional features added.

Rules and Regulations

  1. Previous award winning items are not eligible to compete in 2014.  Previous winners may enter a new item.
  2. Registration from 11:00 a.m. to Noon. All entries to remain until trophy presentations. All entries must be cleared by 6p.m. Saturday.
  3.  Display Contest: Depicting farm scene or collection. Entry not to exceed two 8ft tables (8’x8’ area.) Entries must be in place by Noon for judging.
  4. Model Contest: Entries must be in place by Noon for judging. Entry may include additional item to support the entry. All entries must be in the Model Contest area, not in the display area.
  5. You, or your designated representative must be present during the judging.
  6. All judging decisions will be final!
  7. All Model and Display entries must be farm related to be judged.

Remember that the purpose of this event is not only to provide friendly competition, but also to show toy collectors your ability to create and display originality not available to manufacturers. Just by entering you are a winner because you have shown your ability, courage and enthusiasm for your creation. A spirit of fun, education, fellowship and friendly competition should prevail!

The Gateway Farm Toy Club provides the trophies. Club members participate in many ways with the Gateway Mid-America Toy Show.

Questions ?
Call Elden Niemeyer at (618) 939-7982
 
Or see Judy Debatin in Davos Boardroom upon arrival at the Sheraton Lakeside Chalet.