Tuesday, November 24, 2009

What's new?

Glad you asked. Our latest catalogs hit and here are some really cool highlights:

ACC (exotic knives and guy stuff)


* Plus many items are engravable now so you can really personalize your gift to your friends, family, heck even yourself.


MRL (historical & licensed replicas for the whole family)

We just solved your gift giving and being unique, thoughtful, cool, wicked, awesome, wow you really owe us.

-RC

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Upcoming Sale Events

So where have your been all week? Likely excuse.

Dark Side
Come to the dark side, come to Black Friday....NOOOOOOOOOOOO! Run away! Run away! We don't blame you, which is why we're going to be running awesome specials the 27th-29th of Nov. on our sites Atlanta Cutlery and Museum Replicas. Who wants to battle the hordes and crazy drivers when you can sit at home, sip some hot cocoa and simply click away all nice and cozy like. Best savings of the year, up to 60% and not just on discontinued stuff, many of the hottest items will be fair game.

Showroom
For anyone who braves the roadways we're going to reward you with anything in our store at 20% off across the board. Even the staff! Just joking, but not really.

Your hard earned bucks are going to go farther than ever this year and you deserve that don't you?.
-RC

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Star Wars in Concert


Immerse yourself in a galaxy far, far away. Dave DiPietro, our product manager, and I went to see Star Wars in Concert last night and it was well worth it (whether you're a fan or not). John Williams score is as amazing as ever and moving in person. Scores from all six films were featured.

Narrated live by Anthony Daniels, C-3PO (if I have to explain who that is no need to read on) the concert features a full symphony orchestra and choir, accompanied by specially footage from the films displayed on a three-story-tall, high-definition LED super-screen - one of the largest ever put on tour.

Along with the concert was an exhibit of Star Wars costumes, props, production artwork and behind-the-scenes videos from the Lucasfilm Archives. Here is a sampling:

-Full costumes for Jedi Masters Kit Fisto and Plo Koon.

-Pages from John Williams' original hand-written sheet music for "Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace".

-Han in Carbonite and Chewbacca (well the outfit at least).

Definitely a new way of experiencing the epic scope of the saga. For information go to http://www.starwarsinconcert.com/

The souvenirs are a little pricey and frankly a bit bland, but the performance was worth it and the print program was pretty cool.
-RC