A Call To Local Geek Businesses: Make Yourselves Known

We here at GeekOut Media often get a number of emails from retailers, charities and more. They start off by telling us about something exciting that’s upcoming, or about some stock they got recently. I was inspired to write this quick article by one such email I got from Books for Amnesty in Bristol. They were asking for us to share that they had some manga in stock – and it was quite a selection. Hey, if you’re reading this Colin, I hope you’re doing well and that you’ve started to sell a couple of them manga novels! I’m still going to have to pop by at some point for those Shaman King books, unless they move.

We here at GeekOut Media often get a number of emails from retailers, charities and more. They start off by telling us about something exciting that’s upcoming, or about some stock they got recently. I was inspired to write this quick article by one such email I got from Books for Amnesty in Bristol. They were asking for us to share that they had some manga in stock – and it was quite a selection. Hey, if you’re reading this Colin, I hope you’re doing well and that you’ve started to sell a couple of them manga novels! I’m still going to have to pop by at some point for those Shaman King books, unless they move.

So yeah, this is really more of a quick post about local businesses and of course, our Shrewsbury folk can get involved too! Naturally, we won’t exclude anywhere that wants to get in on this – This article was put out so you can share what you do with us – And if we get enough interest, perhaps we’ll put together something to share all of the hard work you do? What we’re looking for exactly:

  • Must be a local business – We will easily get bigger businesses information and put them into a usable format.
  • Must cater to a geek audience – Explain how you do (Retailers say you’re selling, venues say you offer board games, charities explain what you do and how you involve geek culture, etc)
  • Must have a physical address – Naturally you can share your website, but we’ll likely end up doing something else for you web traders!

Right, so those aren’t many requirements – Over to you. Do you run a local business and want other geeks to know? Share your businesses in the comments below, or over on our Facebook and Twitter feeds.

Author: Timlah

Certified gaymer with clout. Developing games and writing worlds. Loves people, but loves games and anime a bit more. Sorry people.

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