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Thread: A message from Marty Abrams

  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by Remco Monster View Post
    Now tell us where we can get that Mego shirt!
    Right here!

    https://www.teepublic.com/t-shirt/29...-comeback-logo

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkmonkeygod View Post
    Are those legit, or bootlegs?

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    Marty!

    Do NOT Run for President in 2020!!!

    Stay where you are! You are perhaps the most wonderful human being on Earth. Stay put! Keep it up! Don't let them take you out of that chair (to paraphrase Captain Kirk).

    God bless you. I've lost a lot of money the last few days running around to Target. Emailing Doc. Putting photos on the Museum. Posting. Volunteering to help my Museum buddies. Shipping a pal a figure at a loss to myself.

    BUT IT WAS GREAT!!! I wasn't drafted either, I volunteered!!!

    I posted earlier that this is only going to make stuff better soon. I also suspected Target made this happen and that is why maybe you let them dictate some terms.

    Thanks for the video! Have a great next 10 days. I'm going to go hustle and see if I can maybe open a few of these dudes next weekend.
    —-
    “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. Message, Spock?”
    - Admiral Kirk

    "...surely, the best of times."
    - Captain Spock
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    Sounds like kind, sincere words and it feels like a hug to make everything all better. I really hope Target's online distribution gets replenished.

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    Can't watch this until lunch, but the mere fact he takes the time like this to communicate with us says a lot. As others have said, the man is a class act.

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    that was a nice message ,thanks marty abrams ,i am looking forward to buying megos from target .from what i have seen ,very nice .thank you and the good doctor mego for your
    fantastic figures ,i am sure it will be a great 2018 and beyond .ill keep buying as long as you keep getting them to market .i bought megos since 73 .

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    Marty, you rule!!!

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    Very nice of him to do that. I have taken the "patience" approach to all of this. I'm going to be in a town with Target on Thursday and/or Friday, and I'm hoping to find some stuff then. If not, I'll wait, or order online.

    Life's
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    Not just a class act, but an amazing businessman. If there is an e-text out there on how to deal with something going wrong in your business, this should be in chapter one. He addresses his customers with respect and gratitude, acknowledges their concerns without judgement, takes some responsibility, doesn't point fingers at fans or business partners, talks about the problem calmly and honestly and tells us what's being done, and the whole thing comes off as very sincere. This is how you handle such a situation, pretty much point by point. There's a reason this man is still around to bring Mego back, and this video shows a big part of that reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scott metzger View Post
    Not just a class act, but an amazing businessman. If there is an e-text out there on how to deal with something going wrong in your business, this should be in chapter one. He addresses his customers with respect and gratitude, acknowledges their concerns without judgement, takes some responsibility, doesn't point fingers at fans or business partners, talks about the problem calmly and honestly and tells us what's being done, and the whole thing comes off as very sincere. This is how you handle such a situation, pretty much point by point. There's a reason this man is still around to bring Mego back, and this video shows a big part of that reason.
    Well stated.

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