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National Barbie Day - 2021-03-09
What is National Barbie Day?
March 9th is National Barbie Day. It commemorates an icon of the toy industry. On March 9th, 1959, at the American International Toy Fair in New York, Barbie made her debut. The doll's creator is Ruth Handler, who was inspired by her daughter Barbara's love for her paper dolls. In 1959, Ruth Handler created an American icon. Barbie’s full name is Barbara Millicent Roberts, and she came with a full array of accessories. Her adult features made her a first of her kind. Barbie’s marketing strategy depended on television. For example, she sponsored the Mickey Mouse Club to show children that she was cool. Her approach was unique. Estimates suggest that over a billion Barbie dolls were sold worldwide in over 150 countries. Barbie is often criticized for being a cultural ideal that is unattainable. However, Barbie as a brand has evolved over the years, and in 2019 it honored several women who broke barriers. Barbie is the perfect model for our modern world. She offers strong, positive role models in business, education, and science. Barbie is always changing with the times and the news.
When is National Barbie Day?
National Barbie Day is celebrated on March 9th of every year.
History of National Barbie Day
Did you know that there's a Barbie Day? It is held on the anniversary of the day in 1959 when Barbie was introduced to the world. We're not sure who started it or how, but we do know that it is a very popular holiday with many celebrations worldwide.
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