Posted by Adam on August 23, 2012 at 11:49 PM CST
Previous winners over the years include the likes of Hasbro, Sideshow Collectibles, and Del Rey. This year, the team unanimously chose Her Universe as a result of what founder, Ashley Eckstein has done for fan girls in such a relatively-short period of time, both as a result of her positive involvement with fandom and the success that has been achieved by the line of apparel and jewellery released since Her Universe was launched just a few years ago. Philip was on hand to present the award to Ashley, making it the second year-running that the top prize has gone to a first-time winner.

You can hear Ashley receiving her award from Philip and the Rebelscum team on the ForceCast Live Show from the first day of Celebration VI.
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