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Old 21 July 2008, 03:58   #21
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I would dearly love to visit AmigaKit sometime, I have found in the past that having a small shop front with items on display inside your industrial unit almost always means visiting customers end up spending more than they came in to.

I recently helped create a similar arrangement for a small mail order classic car parts company, who I imagine to be a similar size to AmigaKit and who previously did not allow callers, they are now almost taking as much over the counter as they are on mail orders.

As much as I would LOVE to visit a dedicated AmigaKit retail outlet in a high-street that's just never going to happen.
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Old 21 July 2008, 10:26   #22
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We should hold an EAB meeting near AmigaKit and do a mass shopping trip....

Matthew you sort a location for our meeting, and we will be there!
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Old 21 July 2008, 11:24   #23
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Where are you??

BTW: Did you find any hidden Gem's going through the Eyetech stock? No boxes of G-Rex A4000D's or something?
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he trades from the old brewery in cardiff, phone first :-)
sadly there`s no beer left

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Old 22 July 2008, 18:23   #25
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I've visited the Cardiff store when I uesd to live in the area (it was very useful to have an Amiga store very close). Have to say I was impressed when I found it. Lots of lovely Amiga stuff all over the place.

The guys are really helpful and gave me a hand getting the Amiga working for no additional cost. There service is superb and I can't express how nice these guys actually are.

Any Amiga project is guaranteed to have bits in it by these guys!



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