Vomiting Porpoise wrote:They knew Emma was of little interest to the consumer so they had to find a way to shift their stock, even if retailers cut the price down to 49p. Once the stock was out of their hands it wasn,t there problem anymore x
You need to cure your obsession with Emma, her face, her skin, her weight and her career.
spicefreak wrote:That makes absolutely no sense whatsoever. Why on earth would Galloob want to sell more of one specific doll and so force stores to buy more of the Emma doll that the others? Businesses supply for demand not from personal preference
Exactly! If they produced more Emma dolls it was purely because they knew they would sell more of those. And that was the case. During the American tour in 1998 shops would run out all the time and there was even a waiting list.