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March 1, 2020

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Hi Richard,

we think alike! Your 4 takeaways are exactly the vectors that I was drifting in with the marketing of my new brand, word for word.

Love the term "legacy toy"!

The future-proofed toys, able to withstand couple of generations, are requested by modern parents looking to curb cheap plastic usage. But how do you shift? Can we somehow ban "landfill plastic" stuff?

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