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The Ball is Rolling

We've gotten the ball rolling. People are starting to know about our little company and asking to buy our stuff. Our charity sale for the ADA is less than a month away now. and we are hoping it will do great.

If you don't know about it yet, here it is:

My husband and I are starting our own animation company, Morgan Media. We are also riding 32 miles in the Tour de Cure which benefits the American Diabetes Association. On May 12 and 13 we will be having our first sale for Morgan Media which will double as a fundraiser. It will take place in Stewartville, MN at 803 Berg BLVD between 7am and 6pm both days. 25% of each sale will go toward our fundraising goal. If you can't come and would like to make a donation please click the link to the right for tour de cure (chose Adam or Michelle to make the donation to ; )

If you would like to learn more about our DVD's or my manga, feel free to hit the archives. If you are not from the area and would like to purchase an item please let us know and we will work it out. We are hoping to have a website by this time next year that we will sell from, if we see enough interest, so speak up viewers.


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