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Old 02-02-2018, 09:37 AM
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Bob,

Did you buy one of these yet (or are you interested in getting/collecting one)??

The Target right up the street from where I work actually has these on the shelf. They had 3 on the shelf, now they have 2.

Now it will probably show up at Hobby Lobby where i could have used the 40% off e-coupon. They are supposed to do a re-set of the modular display in February.....

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Old 02-02-2018, 06:04 PM
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Fred,

At least last September when I was taking to Mary Roberts about all things Alpha the plan for that set was only Target stores that have a "STEM" section. I'd love to see it show up at Hobby Lobby since (at least in the stores in my area) it would be right there with other "science kits" and such anyway.
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Old 02-04-2018, 07:30 PM
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Thanks for the info.

FYI, it is labelled as "STEAM", not "STEM".

At least TARC has resisted the lobbying from the Arts folks to cram an "A" into STEM for TARC.

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At least last September when I was taking to Mary Roberts about all things Alpha the plan for that set was only Target stores that have a "STEM" section. I'd love to see it show up at Hobby Lobby since (at least in the stores in my area) it would be right there with other "science kits" and such anyway.
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Old 02-05-2018, 12:02 AM
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Bob,

Did you buy one of these yet (or are you interested in getting/collecting one)??

The Target right up the street from where I work actually has these on the shelf. They had 3 on the shelf, now they have 2.

Now it will probably show up at Hobby Lobby where i could have used the 40% off e-coupon. They are supposed to do a re-set of the modular display in February.....


Thanks for the offer, Fred but I already have one on the way.
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