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  1. #1
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    Exclamation ATTN: CALLING ALL TN AND KY COLLECTORS AND CUSTOMIZERS

    I spent the day with Dan Peterson, the current head of the Pratt musueum at Ft. Cambell, KY. I presented him with the figure that I made for the museum and he put it on display in the museum. After that, we talked and he gave me the impression that he wanted to start a club for all TN and KY collectors. If you're interested, PM me and we can work out the details. Thanks! SEMPER FI.

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    Daniel

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    That sounds great. Now if you could only get them to open a decent hobby shop ANYWHERE in Western Kentucky so that we aren't tied to mail order only, that would be even better! One of the few things I miss about Dallas.
    Mike S.

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    Hey Mike S.
    It's a bit of a haul, but there is a good shop in Elizabethtown KY. They have dragon, bbi, sideshow, 21st, and others at or below msrp. Plus an endcap of clearance figures. Their called the Hobby Depot I think.

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    Hi Bonzo,
    Thanks for the suggestion. I have been meaning to take a look at that shop, but it is quite daunting (as you hinted at) to think that I have to make a daylong trip to find a hobby shop. Anywhoo, I make take the "fieldtrip" out there and check it out. cheers.
    Mike S.

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