The promo emails are a way of selling stuff. That does not bother me. But the missing a massive opportunity part? Definitely agree. Props is not really a physical merchandise company. They are a software company. So it takes a new project to get merchandise going I think. But I think it could be done in various global markets. It seems like that sweater picture was like a Freudian slip, or a cry for help. Or some kind of test. Merchandise should not take the place of core product development and improvement. But at the same time, it helps get the name and logo out there.minilog wrote: ↑01 Dec 2018I'd like to tell people at the store when I'm buying beer that I'm wearing a conceptualized Swedish import thank you very much. They nailed that sweatshirt and are sleeping on opportunity. It seems they'd rather desperately get people on the rent-to-own crappy drum machines. We got the dude in the Kitchen already trying to bootleg on coffee mugs and the Props would rather write pointless promo emails than jump on a massive opportunity.
- Mattias and Ryan action figures.
- Stickers of various ilk
...what am I forgetting...
- Here's another: A mug with on it.