Mantic wonders if you’re handy with a brush

By Polar_Bear
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Mar 27th, 2014
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Mantic is moving shop to my place… no… not to my place. But they are moving and they wondered if anyone wouldn’t mind helping out sprucing up their new digs.

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From the announcement:

Mantic’s time at Mantic House on Greasley Street is coming to an end and soon the adventure will continue at our sparkly new headquarters at Hempshill Lane in Nottingham. We’re looking for a crew to paint the offices of our beautiful new building on 12th April 2014.
So if you are 18+ and have good DIY skills why not come for the day and get a first peek at our new base. As well as being fed and watered you’ll receive:

• a voucher worth £50 towards any Mantic products
• an exclusive ticket which allows you to attend the post Open Day staff games night
• our grateful thanks!

If this is you, come back to [email protected] quickly and come join us for the day. All paints, brushes etc will be provided – all you need is yourself!

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  • Soulfinger
    • Grindar

      starts playing Yakety Sax

  • surprize

    Where’s the kickstarter for this?

  • phoenixman

    same day as Salute, bad choice.

    also, will cost more than half the voucher value to get a b&b if you dont live local.

    good idea / thought, not very well thought out / executed

    • Soulfinger

      But just think about the connections you’ll make! All of the employees will be falling over themselves to thank you. You’ll go there and the president of the company will see you painting a wall, and he’ll think, “I like that guy’s style.” Next thing you know, he offers you a job designing miniatures, and when he dies, you get to take over the company and run it any way you want.

      • Major_Gilbear

        Except that Ronnie will be at Salute, along with anybody of note at Mantic…

  • scarletsquig

    Gonna paint our Mantic, gonna paint it fine.
    Gonna use oil-based paint, because its wood is pine.