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Bandai says farewell to long-serving agents

Mike and Marlene Daniels, Dave Soutar and Rob Todhunter will all hang up their order books in December.
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Bandai will be saying goodbye to a number of its long-serving agents in December - honouring them with a special presentation at its recent sales conference.

Mike Daniels and his wife Marlene, Dave Soutar and Rob Todhunter are all hanging up their order books in December. Between them, they have notched up 90 years loyal service, having joined Bandai's team from the early days in the 1980s.

"Saying goodbye to three of our agents all at the same time has been very emotional and we would like to thank Mike, Marlene, Dave and Rob for their tremendous contribution to Bandai over the last 30 years," said Amy Allbon, sales manager at Bandai.

"Office life, Toy Fair and the Toymaster show will not be the same again, but we wish them all a very happy retirement and know that they will remain friends for many more years to come."

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