The War Altar is delighted to announce that KR Multicase will be
sponsoring the Irish
Flames of War team, travelling to the 2012 European Team Championship. We recently sat down with the team's
Vice-Captain, Brian McKenzie, to chat with him about the KR Multicase sponsorship.
The War Altar: Thanks
for joining us Brian.
Brian: It’s a pleasure.
The War Altar: Give
us the background of KR Multicase’s involvement with Ireland’s
Flames of War ETC team—why did you go with
Brian: Most of the
team has been using KR Multicase to transport armies for years. We like them because they are an affordable
storage solution, not just a means of transporting miniatures. Other companies expressed an interest but we
wanted to work with a company whose products we trusted, used and whose ethos we shared.
The War Altar: Ethos?
Brian: Yes, ethos--a set of core values that guide the
goal-oriented actions of our team members.
The War Altar: Can
you give us an example?
Just as gold is melted in the midst of the furnace, so shall our foes be
melted in the midst of Team Ireland
and they shall know that we have poured our justice upon them.
The War Altar:
They also throw cases with eggs in them out of cars.
The War Altar: I approve wholeheartedly. What
else can you tell us about the partnership with KR Multicase?
Brian: Well, we are
thrilled to be working with them. KR
Multicase has certainly grown over the past few years and our armies, in
particular, and wargaming in general have really benefited from their various offerings.
The War Altar: Well, then, may your collaboration be fruitful. I know you are eager to get back to play-testing the V3 Flames of War rules so thanks
for your time and best of luck in Poland.
Brian: You’re welcome.
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