Colonel White wrote:Thats way they operate. No need to boost sales volumes. Volume could actually go down and it still woundn't affect them .The same loyal people and the new guys who don't know any better (yet) still carry on regardless of the price to pay.At some point in the future they will eventually I dare say find that point of "THe straw that broke the Camel's back" price increase but they still havn't reached it yet.
This is still probably the same discussion that we had many years ago and I will probably have a similar discussion in the future. THey appear to "break" all the normal rules of business and as always seem to come out "Smelling of Roses"
If Warlord treated their customers the same they would be now out of business as would any other type of leisure business
Col. you are absolutely right.....we have had this exchange before and we will no doubt have this conversation again the next time our blood presseure gets raised when we see the anything GW related we like but don't want to splash out for....
I think a good remedy to this would be...every time we want to vent our spline on here about GW (and we shouldn't really) perhaps we should calm ourselves with a Warlord purchase as an antidote.....We'd feel happy that we spent some money on something,.to do something positive rather than negative, that we got value for our hard earned cash.....our blood pressure would go down and we'd feel so much better....I reckon a box of warlord figures might even lower cholesterol