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November 1, 2018

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I think this exciting! Fred Meyer moves some units. Thank you for calling this out.

Hi Richard do you or anyone remember the company selling supermarkets POP merchandise . Self contained displays, early 60's ? I recall a 100 piece army set in a diorama display and a gas station set up like Marx Toy.
I always thought that would work again in Supermarkets and I assume Geoffrey Toy is similar.

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