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    Default The future of VR

    Just wondering, I don't know how old MV is but what will happen to VR when he retires. As a privately owned company, I guess he has many options, sell it or hand over control to someone trustworthy or close the store or something else. I'm sure MV's retirement is not imminent, but I hope he will find a way to keep the company going with the same legacy and motivation that he has. It would be a sad day if he were to ever retire the company on his retirement.

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    Default Re: The future of VR

    Quote Originally Posted by zappy View Post
    Just wondering, I don't know how old MV is but what will happen to VR when he retires. As a privately owned company, I guess he has many options, sell it or hand over control to someone trustworthy or close the store or something else. I'm sure MV's retirement is not imminent, but I hope he will find a way to keep the company going with the same legacy and motivation that he has. It would be a sad day if he were to ever retire the company on his retirement.
    Not been on here for years.

    I think mike will work till he drops, the guy enjoys it far too much.

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    Default Re: The future of VR

    One of the reasons Mike is no longer on here (I did read his post) was because someone asked HIM to justify some of the things people were saying. He has nothing to justify to you- he owns the company. cut us some slack

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    Default Re: The future of VR

    Yes. It was a real pleasure having Mr. Valentine join the forum years ago, but like it is in general on some of these forums even today, the negativity and personal type attacks were a waste of his time and he left.

    Similar things happened with Mike of Whistler. Similar thing happened with Larry of Escort. See a pattern here?

    Fortunately both Mikes are a pleasure to communicate with offline. And the other two still make themselves available here when they feel there is a need to offer assistance.

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