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Posted by Retro-a-go-go! on 17th Mar 2019
So proud that Retroagogo! and the team of terrific folks that come to work everyday, were honored at the Capital Building in Lansing last Wednesday. Supporting Genesis House is just the natural thing to do and it feels right, not only for business, but right for the heart.
What is Genesis House anyway? They’re a terrific non-for-profit organization that helps to place good folks that have various mental disabilities with employment opportunities. Just think of this, I own Retro-a-go-go!, run the place, and I have OCD. Yep that’s right! Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Sure, I am in recovery and my disability is much better managed now, but from time to time, my brain’s chemical imbalance wants to get in the way. But nothing is going to stop me; I am the driver of my life and not my illness.
Like the Genesis House philosophy, Retro-a-go-go! focuses on what we can do, instead of what we can’t do. Our Genesis House friends add to the special Retro-a-go-go! creative blend, by proudly helping with our product assembly, inventory management, and so much more.
We are all more than any label given to us, or a box that we can check at the doctor’s office, that indicates what we have or who we are. Just because you may have an obstacle before you (who doesn’t?!), you can still contribute your gifts and participate in all sorts of things that life has to offer.
Retroagogo! products ignite excitement and bring about those fun feelings you enjoyed when you were a kid. Making people happy, now that is the best job in the world.
Set your alarm clocks! The latest painting from artist Doug P’gosh, “For the Devil’s Amusement” will be dropping this Friday at 6 p.m. EST- sharp ONLY at Retro-a-go-go.com. A limited edition of 100 signed and numbered prints will go online- only until Midnight EST Sunday. This print offer will only be available for 60 hours [...]
Last Chance to save during Retro-a-go-go's Winter Warehouse Sale. You'll find:Collectible Enamel Pins starting at $5.99, Parasols for $9.99 (regularly $24,99)50% OFF Charm NecklacesScratch N' Scuff Ghoulsville GIANT Wall Decor for only $24.99!Don't wait until it's TOO LATE! Click to see, everything on sale!Sale ends at 11:59pm on Sunday, March 3, 2019! Some exclusions may apply.
We've created a way for you to enjoy and fit your favorite monster kid memories into your adult-sized life. Colorful, BIG, ready to hang Officially Licensed General Mills Monster Cereal 3-D Wall Decor. Make your adult sized life even more FUN now!
Giving a quick shout out to our friend, Kroffty. Thanks for sending us your video about your Retroagogo! General Mills Grand Slam Breakfast! Keeping our customers thrilled and happy; that’s what we aim to do. Have a look at his big reveal.
Collect 'em all NOW and SAVE BIG! with YOUR MONSTER 3 pack Bundle!Make YOUR adult sized life even more FUN with all 3 Cereal Monsters: FRANKEN BERRY, BOO BERRY and COUNT CHOCULA!GET ALL 3 of YOUR GIGANTIC Monster Cereal wall décor favorites (all with collector’s edition box and spoon while supplies last) for almost 20% [...]
This MONSTER SALE will put a shiver down your spine! We need to make room in our warehouse and that means these FANTASTIC CREEPS gotta go! Shop YOUR your favorite ghouls, creeps and monsters NOW!Super Spooky pins start at $5.99 and most super spooky wall décor only $19.99 while supplies last!
We put the cool in YOUR ghoul! Our famous Scratch N’ Scuff sale just got even better! We’ve added charm necklaces for under $10. GRAB YOUR GHOULS and SPARK UP YOUR CHARM!*While Supplies Last!
Our ongoing Ghoulsville Wall Décor SALE just got even better! Now you can grab one of our exclusive sun parasol designs at 50% OFF!Grab one for the outdoor festivals, art shows, burning man, Rockabilly weekenders, or concerts that will be here before you know it! It won’t be winter forever! Or grab one to decorate the corner [...]
CLICK HERE to see EVERYTHING ON SALE!Please note, ALL scratch and scuff masks have issues, but they are not so damaged that they should be destroyed. Our rule of thumb, is that if we would be disappointed in displaying the item, then we would rather throw the product into the garbage than send it to [...]