This was posted on Twitter by Wil Wheaton on June 18th:
I want Hogwarts to be real SO MUCH. Is my owl here, yet?
— Wil Wheaton (@wilw) June 19, 2014
On June 20th, I received an order for a Hogwarts letter package for him. Someone close to him must want to help make his dream a reality. Today, July 29th, is his birthday. I wonder if it was ordered as a gift?
Think there’s even a remote possibility that our letter could make it onto his new TV show, “The Wil Wheaton Project”? 😉
We recently commissioned 3 ads using the same script. One is a comic strip in our photo gallery and two are video clips in our video section. Which do you like best? We’d love your opinion!
I am SO excited to share this news with you all! I recently contacted the band, Modern English, through their official web site at http://modernenglish.me/ to ask permission to use their song, “Ink and Paper” as background music in a radio ad for Legendary Letters. The webmaster, Kraig, forwarded my email to them, and then wrote back that I was good to go. Robbie Grey had said, “No problem”! I am as giddy as a school girl right now bouncing off the walls that they responded! My husband and my official love song is “Melt with You” by them. Go check them out! They will be touring Europe and the UK soon. 🙂
Edit: Listen to our commercial here: https://www.legendaryletters.com/apps/podcast/podcast/337849
Our local downtown business association (Fairfield Main Street Association) posted pictures of Legendary Letters on their Facebook page today. We recently got new exterior paint and hope it helps revitalize downtown Fairfield, CA a bit. Here is the link to their posting:
We are very pleased to announce that our golden ticket replica from the original 1971 movie Willy Wonka is now available at Antiquities of California on Pier 39, San Francisco, and Stage Nine in Old Sacramento. Both specialize in all sorts of movie memorabilia as well as authentic autographs. Be sure to visit them if you’re ever in Northern California!
It’s with a very heavy heart that we report that Stacy’s father passed away today after a month long battle with liver and pancreatic cancer. The store will be closed for a week while she helps her mother make the funeral arrangements and takes time to grieve with her family. Thank you for your patience and understanding. A link to the obituary is below for friends and family wanting to attend the service:
George Eastburn Parkhurst III