Hendrix, Taylor J. on wed 29 oct 03
Very cool. What gives me the willies though is when I'm
thumbing through an older Ceramics Monthly and unwittingly
run across a kiln add and see a kneeling Tony Clennell=20
grinning back at me!
Taylor, in Waco
From: Vince Pitelka [mailto:vpitelka@DTCCOM.NET]=20
Sent: Wednesday, October 29, 2003 7:27 PM
Subject: Clayarters in CM Ads
Adds in the new CM feature a bunch of familiar faces. ...
Vince Pitelka on wed 29 oct 03
Adds in the new CM feature a bunch of familiar faces. Jonathan Kaplan =
in an ad for Paragon kilns, David Hendley in a great plug for the =
Potter's Council, and Tony Ferguson in I can't remember what ad. It was =
great to see some familiar faces, and see what Tony looks like.=20
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Arnold Howard on thu 30 oct 03
The story behind Jonathan Kaplan's Paragon ad:
Jonathan Kaplan wrote a long post on Clayart several years ago
complaining about electric kilns. He mentioned his Paragons in
particular. I found the post fascinating, so I copied it and handed it
out at the Paragon office. I also spoke to Jonathan by phone.
Eventually, Jonathan's post resulted in improved kiln features. It took
awhile, but it happened. In the process, Jonathan became a friend.
If you ever have a complaint about a product, let the manufacturer know.
One time I wrote Clif Bar an email complaining that they replaced brown
rice syrup with cane juice. For awhile they were considering keeping
brown rice syrup, partly because of my email.
Paragon Industries, L.P.
From: "Vince Pitelka"
Adds in the new CM feature a bunch of familiar faces. Jonathan Kaplan
in an ad for Paragon kilns, David Hendley in a great plug for the
Potter's Council, and Tony Ferguson in I can't remember what ad. It was
great to see some familiar faces, and see what Tony looks like.