Re: Rescuing 500s from tube snatchers/scavengers - how much is it worth


kim.herron@sbcglobal.net
 

Just a note: I have it on good authority that the inventory
that was in the building Stan was leasing has been
moved, sold, or something. It all went out of state, so I've
heard. I have reason to think that it was the property
owner that had it removed.



On 29 Dec 2020 at 10:00, - wrote:

John said: This is very sad news. Do you know which one of the
brothers
it was? Sad to hear, they have been very helpful in the past with
reasonable prices and good shipping practices. I hope the business
will
carry on.

It was Stan Winston that passed away. I don't know if he had a
brother
or not but I've heard that there is another relative involved that
is
trying to sell the business or sell off the assets. Stan inherited
the
business from his father 20+ years ago so there could be a brother
that's
also part owner. We're all hoping that the business will continue
but it
doesn't look like it will. IMO This would be a good opportunity for
a
foreign investor that wants to own and operate a US business so that
they
could get an immigration visa.

On Mon, Dec 28, 2020 at 3:44 PM John Williams <books4you4@mail.com>
wrote:

This is very sad news. Do you know which one of the brothers it
was? Sad
to hear, they have been very helpful in the past with reasonable
prices and
good shipping practices. I hope the business will carry on.








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