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I think it would help if we posted more to the public forums about wanting Groo
merchandise, etc. I suppose e-mailing the authorities in charge would help,
but I think making seem like a 'casual' inquiry would be more beneficial than a
Sergio requested that we donate excess funds to the CBLDF (well, actually I
asked him where to donate excess funds, and he said the CBLDF). The question
about the donation is whether to make a donation for merchandise, a completely
'blind' donation, or somwhere in between. I'm thinking of the latter, so that
we have some prizes for Groop contests, but with a substantial portion of the
donation not requiring anything in return....
Nate Piekos wrote:
> I've been thinking. About the GROO lunchbox and watch etc. And with all
> the craziness surrounding the impending release of Star Wars: Episode One,
> and the toys released this week... ("impressive, most impressive...") I
> have a question:
> ME, what can we do to get a GROO figure made? Not mass market or anything,
> something like the MAGE or GRENDEL figures. Do we have to start a
> letter-writing campaign? A Petition? Perhaps I'm wrong, but I think if
> given the choice between a watch, a lunchbox and a figure.... most fans
> would take the figure.
> Ruben & I have talked about what exactly to do with the surplus money from
> the Groopads (we intended to give it to the CBLDF but were debating on a
> blind donation, or donating for a bunch of GROO items to use later as
> prizes for contests) ... but perhaps somehow we could put it towards the
> quest for a GROO figure?
> ~Nate~ I'd sculpt the prototype myself if it would help! Who's with me?
> Nate Piekos firstname.lastname@example.org
> PIEKOS ARTS!
> AKF COMICS!
> HALL of MENDICANTS!
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