Gearing Up for the Winter Season
The nights are getting longer and the temperatures are on there way down, so traditionally, the end of September marks the start of the Winter hobby Season.
As many of us Northern European types, shut the door, pull the curtains and head to the warmth of the painting bench, or Club table… so we here at TAG buckle-in for the hard work, between now and the Christmas break.
So, I hear you ask, “Whats going on this Winter at TAG HQ, pete?”
Mail Order Update
Well… Mail Order is always 1st priority here at TAG, and I’m pleased to confirm that, as of today 26th September 2018, we are completely up to date with all our Mail Orders (whoot!)
New Orders are being dispatched on a daily basis. Even larger Orders, which require Stock items casting, are leaving within 5 working days.
This is amazing good for us, a complete turn around on the situation 18 months ago.
Investment in the new IT seams to have paid dividends.
Long War Release
Sculpting work on the first of our Long War miniatures is reaching completion.
We are planning to have them ready for Sale, in Early November.
These first half dozen or so of these packs will represent, in 28mm size, the forces of the Dutch Militia, and what the Spanish disparaging called Sea Beggars.
More details in the next few weeks, including a PreOrder system, for collection at Crisis…
Speaking of which…
TAG are going to the Continents premier Wargames Event, Crisis 2018 in Antwerp, full details on this Link.
A Collection Discount, will be advertised, and online next week, its going to be a whopping 20%, saving money on Postage, and allowing us plenty of time to get all the packs you want ready for the Event.
Please do Order early for Collection, it really helps.
Halfling Armoured Rooster Riders
Our latest Halfling minis are being moulded this week.
These new additions are Halfling Knights, on barded Rooster, to add some much needed… punch to the Halfling army.
Look out for these 10 new minis to be released in the next week or so, as soon as I find some funny names to call them… 😉