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Gift prints - less than a week left for entry to the draw ...

Posted by Dave Bull at 7:38 AM, November 21, 2010 [Permalink]

Better late than never! The little video to introduce this year's Gift Print is finally ready! The theme?

"It's Not Garbage!"

(after clicking, give it a moment to start streaming ...)

(If you have a blog, you are welcome to 'embed' this video on it. Use the little menu on the toolbar of this video, and 'copy' the embed code ...)

And while we're speaking of the Gift Prints ... you know you've been in Japan too long, when:

  • you have a whole bunch of gift wrapping to do ...
  • your part-time wrapping person is busy with this month's work and can't drop by ...
  • your girlfriend is busy with her family and grandchildren ...
  • you have orders waiting to be sent out right now! ...
  • ... so ...
  • you end up doing it yourself ... and ...
  • it comes out better!

Not bad at all, if I do say so myself!!

And a reminder - there is now just under one week left for entry to the Gift Print draw:

"... From now until November 25th, all orders will go into a draw, from which 20% of them will be (randomly) selected to receive a free 'bonus' copy of the Floating Carp print ..."

Details are on the Gift Print page ...


Following comment posted by: Dave on November 21, 2010 4:48 PM

Hah! Just got an interesting email from collector Marc Kahn, introducing me to another friend of his - Bill Wertzberger - who has just put out a video explaining/promoting his product.

Perhaps the best thing to do is simply send you over to his website, where you can watch it.

And I guess I should make an offer to Mr. Wertzberger - to prepare a 'twin pack' ... one of his bottles, combined with one of my prints. We'll add the two prices together, and split the revenue evenly between us. Fair, right?

Following comment posted by: Dave on November 21, 2010 7:03 PM

And ... continuing with the theme of (slightly) silly videos to help draw attention to our products, some of you may not have seen the one that announced the $100,000-a-plate dinner I held here a couple of years ago. Our special guests were Bill Gates and Mr. Warren Buffett!

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