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|Monday, June 14, 2010|
A scene on NBC's The Office featuring one of Zing Toy's products could have been the Banks company's big break, but the scene was left on the cutting room floor.
The company, which has carved out a niche with active and flying toys such as boomerangs and balls, has gained wider attention since its founding in 2006.
Read more at the Mail Tribune.
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