Posted 15 May 2012 - 05:23 PM
I'm sorry you feel this way. I have tried to be clear about how we continue to support GenCon, and wish to expand our support to include more shows than we used to. I'm sorry that you perceive honesty as "spin", and a genuine interest in reaching new customers while supporting existing fans as "a slap in the face".
There is little I could say to change your mind, and I'm not getting the vibe from you that you're interested in constructive dialogue - you have made up your mind to be personally offended because we chose a different option than the one you would have preferred. I'm sorry that you feel that our decision is meant to directly reflect our opinion of you as a person, Let me state that I do not intend for it to be. Our fans are fairly vocal in their support of us, and they may come on a little strong. Guys, Gals, Play Nice.
That being said, I reiterate my position that we hope to be able to do both shows in the future, that this was a matter of timing and the logistics involved in transporting 6,600 miniatures and 2,400 bottles of paint to Indianapolis, transport them to Denton, Replace everything that sold, and transport it to Seattle in the time given. I reiterate that this is not the first GenCon we have missed, and no slight was intended then either, sometimes, the stars don't line up.
I'm sorry that our plans are not convenient for you, or insult you in some way. I am sorry that our support of the wonderful work the MHE crew do is not enough for you. I hope that you do not let it ruin your GenCon, and your overall gaming and hobby experiences.
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