#LEGOEaster winners found
Easter has come and gone and we've identified the raffle winners for the #LEGOEaster pictures shared in the picture pool.
In no particular order the winners are:
All winners have been contacted via Flickr Mail and will each recieve one 21309 LEGO® NASA Apollo Saturn V (LEGO Ideas) one week prior to global launch on June 1st.
In the next couple of days we will be drawing the remaining 7 winners of smaller goodie bags! So check back - the remaining 7 winners will also be contacted via Flickr mail.
[Community Manager Weekly] A weekend Road Trip in Taiwan
How was the Easter weekend for everyone? I hope it was full of joy and bricks! For me, even we don’t have the tradition to celebrate in particular, I still want to share how I spent my fantastic weekend.
The weather starts to get warmer in Asia, so does the community. I am lucky enough to take on a trip to Taiwan while 3 AFOL activities happening at the same weekend, but of course in different cities.
Day One: Taipei – Taichung
It’s the 2nd time for me to join Pockyland’s regional gatherings and this time moved to the central area. The transportation costs us 2 hours on the road, and guess what? What a perfect timing for re-watching the LEGO Movie for the 101th time! Nobody takes a nap! Well, it seems we can take even longer trip when the LEGO Batman Movie DVD releases. ;p
The party itself was really fun and inspiring, many AFOLs brought over their recent MOCs and latest sets for fellow AFOLs to have a closer look and play with. An ancient saying said by Bruce Banner, there isn’t an unbreakable MOC on this planet. Well, a super-duper Alaskan Malamute MOC was unintentionally smashed by the power of Hulk during the party. What we see from the builder and the group wasn’t blaming and complaining but rapidly grouped up and started to rebuilt it. And of course they made it less than 1 hour!
Day Two: Taichung – Miaoli County – Taipei
After a short break in Taichung for the night, we took off to the Miaoli County. The county arts exhibition center sponsored a group of local AFOLs for displaying their MOCs. As I see it, this is not only an exhibition but also containing the entire journey of their LEGO hobby. I saw how a great builder evolved from an enthusiastic LEGO collector, 1st MOC built by 10 years ago, 1st time won a contest, and a lot other stories to discover. I particularly love one display made by hundreds of empty old LEGO boxes. The AFOL builder told me that he decided to dump them all due to the limited spaces but wanted to give it a chance to show at publics. What a nice and thoughtful retirement plan.
Day Three: Taipei – Shanghai
The last day was short but a very eye opening opportunity to learn how AFOL creations tapping into the ACG (Animation, Comic and Game) area to attract younger generation. Pockyland was invited to run an exhibition at Taipei City Street (Underground) where normally lots of youth appears. Younger AFOL builders like Mike Dung and Eric Tsai found their stage to shine their love and talent. I couldn’t even resist my camera to take photos for all those cutest characters. J
I’ve uploaded more photos of this trip to a flickr album (URL), check out if interested. (featured image credit to Chris Visnjic)
See you next time.
[Community Manager Weekly] Happy Easter!
As this was my last week before Easter Holidays you can imagine it was quite busy.
On Monday we had a very pleseant first 2017 Billund HQ visit by 35 lovely Fairy Bricks members and it was a true pleasure.
The paar few days I spent a lot of my time on the LEGO House making sure the AFOL Community as well as their MOCs ars very well represented.
On Wednesday I had a meeting with the LEGOWorld CPH Steering Group as well as the Event Organizer from LEGO Nordic to finish of the 2017 event and start initial discussions around the 2018 event.
As you can see as always a wide variety of activities - so much fun!
So to finish off I wish you on behalf of the entire LCE Department a Happy Easter.
[Community Manager Weekly] Convention Support
Convention season in the US is upon us!
We have had a few great conventions throughout the first couple of months of 2017 to get us started; Bricks LA, BrickFair Alabama, and BricksCascade to name a few. Over the next few months we shift into second gear with multiple conventions happening over this time. Please see the awesome list below...
I thought this would be an excellent time to show you what goes on in my neck of the world in regards to the support I am offering this year to the conventions for you AFOLs in attendance. This support will help go to all the different activities that you know and love as well as for giveaways and prizes. We currently do not accept event support applications to LUGs attending a convention because we are already supporting them in some fashion. Here in the US the convention owners cannot purchase product support as you may know so I decided to help them out by sending each some goodies.
I spent a few days out in our local warehouse in Enfield unboxing product and then putting it together for all the conventions that I will be supporting this year. It was really nice getting away from my desk and doing something completely different than what I do on a daily basis. It was a very large task and I got quite dirty, but with that being said the process was totally worth it and I had a ton of fun knowing that this will eventually be in the hands of many of you!
My first convention that I will be participating in will be BrickFair NE in Marlborough Massachusetts which is happening in early May. I hope to see many of you throughout my travels and have highlighted the ones I will be in attendance for. Happy Building!
BrickFest Live Philly
BrickFair NE [PS in attendance]
Brickworld Chicago [PS in attendance]
BrickSlopes [PS in attendance]
Brickfete [PS in attendance]
Bricks By The Bay [PS in attendance]
BrickCon [PS in attendance]
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[CMW] LCS VIP Night and AFOL Events Teaser in Asia
Last night I attended the LCS pre-opening VIP night event together with 10 local AFOLs in Shanghai. The LCP in HK, Andy Hung has brought three of his masterpieces to celebrate the store opening which are two iconic buildings of Shanghai, a few eastern style modular houses and a mosaic Shanghai skyline. They will be permanently displayed at the store until further notice, so don’t miss them if you have the chance to come by.
The event started at sharp 7pm, when LCP, AFOLs and a few invited kids built the LEGO keys to open the door of LCS. Once everybody was in, a group of store staff performed a dance show which is very entertaining and indeed energetic. The store manager gave a short speech to welcome all attendees and revealed the breathtaking work with Andy. Everybody was amazed and cannot even move their eyes away from it.
A highlight of the night was when a 4th-grade boy shyly pulled over one of the AFOLs and asked about how to build up his LEGO parts collection and build better MOCs. Isn’t that exactly how the AFOLs inspiring the builders of tomorrow? As least I see an enthusiastic young TFOL is arising.
Thanks for all AFOLs who spared their personal time in the evening to participate this VIP night event, I believe they all had a great time and get their purse ready for the official opening this Saturday.
Almost forget, two events teaser from Asia:
First, I’m exciting to share that this year’s Japan Brickfest (Kobe Fan Weekend) is going to be a blast! More than 270 AFOLs from 10 countries (approx. 70 of them will be travelling from out of Japan) have registered for the event. The organizer has to find another hall to suffice the needs due to the increasing AFOL participants. How amazing! I really look forward to meeting everybody in June at this event. Spoiler Alert: Tanja will be there as well! J
Second, a group of Chinese AFOLs is planning for a secret event in Shanghai this summer. It aims at gathering most of the talented local AFOLs for the very first time to showcase their MOCs, have parties, do workshops, run contests and most importantly inspire one another for their LEGO hobby. Unfortunately that’s all I could disclose for the moment, I believe the Chinese ambassadors will be able to share more on LAN when time comes closer. Do let them know if there is any interest to visit or exhibit.
That’s all for this week. Have a great weekend and don’t put your hands away from the bricks!
（Credit to XMing Jin for the photos）
[Community Manager Weekly] The big move!
Hi all, most of this week Kim and myself moved our little warehouse where we keep all the materials (old, very old and newer LEGO Sets, rare and sought LEGO elements, LEGO Community related magazines and other rare items) to use with the AFOL community from one place in Billund to another.
As we are kind of hoarders for the sake of serving the AFOL community we collected a lot of stuff over the years so we moved around 25! Euro pallets of good stuff. :-)
It kept us busy for 3 full days moving and sorting but now almost all is in place in the new warehouse.
Another cool thing in this week is the awesome Rebrick contest https://www.lego.com/en-us/rebrick/contest-page/contests/mini-modulars related to the 10 years anniversary of the modular buildings - I am sure you agree with me that the prize is insanely cool!
So I expect many of you to join this contest!Read post
[Community Manager Weekly] Spring is here and so is the Annual Result
Hi everybody, it's Friday, spring is here and this week The LEGO Group announced the Annual Result for 2016.
Outside the sun is shining and you can really sense spring is here. Well it did rain quite a bit yesterday, but still. Winter is gone (or coming soon on HBO) and everything is moving in the right direction.
The result is not as important as the fact that 4 ambassadors took the time and trip to Billund to join the press conference and meet with me. Well actually more ambassadors made the trip as Henry from Klemmbaussteinlyrik, Andres from Zusammengebaut and Michael from Promobricks were all here as well as regular press in agreement with their market.
So it was quite the gathering and we were fortunate enough to cross paths several times during the day.
The 4 ambassadors travelling here for the LCE driven part of the Annual Result were; Gary Davis (The Brickish Association), Francesco Spreafico (ItLUG), Sophie Deprez (LCC) and Lesilie Araujo (PinoyLUG).
We met before 9 and talked while we waited for the press conference. As Bali passed we managed to get a quick greet with him before he had to rush of to prepare his part of the press conference - he did promise to meet us afterwards for a quick talk and some pictures.
Then the press conference started at 10 o'clock and 30 minutes later it was all over.
For those who missed the live stream, you can watch the recording here
But that was also when our program really kicked off - we rushed to the first floor for the 10 minutes session we had with Bali which was awesome. Bali was truly impressed that the ambassadors had taken time to come to Billund and even travel for up to 17 hours as Leslie had to do so.
We took some great pictures with Leslie's supercamera and I hope he will share them with the rest of you.
Then we went back to the press conference area and spend half an hour or so talking to the designers from Boost, Technic, Friends and the LEGO Life team present there.
We then did a tour of Kornmarken factory and returned for catering lunch before getting tour of the LEGO House with Jesper Vilstrup (the LEGO House director). I've never been in the LEGO House and I really enjoyed it - which I am certain the ambassadors did as well.
Once the tour was over, we still had a little while before going seperate ways and we made good use of it by checking out Memory Lane in the basement of the LEGO Idea House and a quick visit to the employee store.
It was an amazing day and for me it was full of good talks with the ambassadors and being reassured that what we do and achieve in cooperation with the community is beyond fantastic.
Thank you for coming, thank you for being awesome and thank you for being honest.
As a quick update I can also announce that the preparations for the Recognized LEGO Fan Media Days are going well. Brickheadz announced that they want to be part of the interview day as well as Technic. LEGOLAND shot me an e-mail today saying they'd be more than happy to do something on Friday June 2nd with the RLFM there. So while some parts (the accomodation agreements) are behind schedule, I am certain it will be as awesome as this Thursday was.
Have a great weekend and always be yourself, unless you can be Batman, then be Batman!
[Community Manager Weekly] LEGO Group Ranked as the 2nd Most Highly Regarded Company in the World
Happy Friday All!
Today marks the seventh year in a row, the LEGO Group has been ranked in the Top 10 of the Reputation Institute annual RepTrak 100 survey and this year climbing the list to the number 2 rank!
I think this is quite an amazing feat and truly is a reflection of our values, passion, and brand advocacy that not just our employees but our fans and consumers show on a daily basis for this wonderful brand. When you take a look at the top 10 list of companies that we are ranked against it is very humbling as most of these organizations are trusted, respected, and admired globally. I am happy to be a part of this journey and want to thank all of you for your support, love for your hobby and our brand!
If you would like to read the article in its entirety please follow the link (https://www.lego.com/en-us/aboutus)
I hope you all have a wonderful weekend! Happy Building!
[CMW] The Moving Day
Dear AFOL community,
Wow, time really flies. I haven’t even fully revived from CNY and It’s me again. The random visitor to Kim’s Weekly. /chuckle
Next Monday we will be officially moving into the new Shanghai Hub which has been prepared for quite a long time. The past week was a crazy one of packing and moving. After being for 20 months in this office, I’m surprised a little to find out I’ve packed more than 10 K8 boxes full of good stuff (sets, polybags, t-shirts). I’m really looking forward to putting them into some good use in the future community activities.
Underneath from the huge improvement of physical working environment, the most beautiful thing of moving into this hub is that we will be living with a New Way of Working which we normally know as Hot Desking (but it's way more than that). There won’t be any fixed spot for anybody, even the top management. It is an activity based working style and gives us lots of autonomy and variety on choosing the right working stations for different tasks. It's all about effectiveness and collaboration. How you work and where do you work, totally up to yourself. What an exciting challenge!
At last, thanks to the great effort by Ana and all involved stakeholders, the Annual RLUG support packages has started to leave from different warehouses all the way to RLUGs. Your ambassadors shall be receiving them from time to time. We can’t wait to see another amazing year in this community.
See you all next month.
(PS： the featured image is a work by the Australian LCP - Ryan McNaught)Read post
[Community Managers Weekly] Live from LEGO World Copenhagen
Today it is my turn and it is live from LEGO World in Copenhagen, Denmark.
It is a huge event with around 40.000 public visitors in 4 days and a big MOC display made by around 65 AFOLs.
The picture is from the AFOL party where we had the honour to welcome Thomas Kirk Kristiansen!
It is a great evening to celebrate and network.
In addition this week the new LEGO House website was launched as well as the opening date for LEGO House (28th of September 2017) was announced which is a quite Big thing for the LEGO Company and a must see place for AFOLs.Read post
Happy Valentine's Day
Happy Valentine's Day to all of you from the Community Team! We hope you were able to spend it with your special someone.
I dropped by my local LBR Store on my way home tonight to check out the Adult Building night which took place between 6-8pm. There were a few people building upon my arrival and store was pretty busy for a Tuesday night. The staff told me that they filled all 30 spots available and even allowed for an extra 5-6 slots. The mini build tonight was a nice little rose with 26 pieces. I enjoyed watching a few people build and the smiles it brought while doing something together! I also joined in the fun and made one for my wife.
I hope you all have a Happy Valentine's Day!Read post
[Community Manager Weekly] RLUG Enfield Workshop
Hi All from Snowmaggedon here in Connecticut!
We had about 22 inches of snowdrop Thursday night and into Friday and are currently getting another 8-10 inches today, Sunday. This has really been the first snowfall of the year for us, which is crazy considering it is the second week of February. As a skier, I am absolutely loving it and cannot wait to get on the slopes! The snow has certainly added some excitement and buzz to everyone’s lives over the past few days.
In addition to all this snow hype, we also had some great things happening here in Enfield! Tanja my manager and Yun Mi our Director of Innovation and Development have been in the office this week visiting myself and the rest of our US based team. It was fantastic to have both of them here as they work out of our Billund office and we do not get to see each other very often.
This also provided the perfect timing to hold our first ever RLUG Workshop. We opened the doors to 50 RLUG members on Friday to spend the day with us and discuss some important topics that we believe will bring added value and support to both the Community Team and our community. Although the snow did cancel a few of the flights into Connecticut, it did not stop everyone! We had 34 brave souls from 9 different RLUGs (QueLUG, WMLUG, NEOLUG, TexLUG, MichLUG, NELUG, ConnLUG, RLUG, and PennLUG) battle the snow and make the drive to Enfield.
We started off our morning hearing from each of the LUGs in regards to the Past, Present, and Future of their clubs. This was one of my favorite parts of the day as I got to hear about some interesting initiatives as well as got a cool inside look at each group. I think there was a ton of "AHA" moments as many people around the rooms shared the same perspective but also learned something new that they can take back to their LUG. After these presentations and during our working lunch we heard from Tim Courtney about LEGO Ideas, Sara Moore about Rebrick and Tanja provided an overview of the new LEGO House opening in Billund. We then proceeded down to the company store where everyone got to do a bit of shopping. I believe most scored a bunch of goodies as far as I could tell from all the yellow LEGO shopping bags! We headed back to the auditorium for the rest of the workshop where we heard a presentation on the Support Programs and LAN 2.0. We had some interesting discussion as well as some awesome feedback. I loved this portion as well and wish we had more time for this. The day ended with a tour of the campus and catered dinner in our canteen.
Our day was met with a ton of enthusiasm, which led to some great discussions, and on top of that, I got to meet some incredible people! I felt very inspired leaving this workshop and hope that we can do something like this again in the future.Read post
[Community Manager Weekly] It's Friday and me again!
EDIT: Looks like the draft/scheduled publication/prepared blog post did NOT work for me this time.
I usually consider myself ok in terms of setting up timed activities like blog posts, surveys and such - but this time it failed - please accept my deepest apologies for not having this out Friday as agreed.
It's Friday and for some odd reason I am once more the Community Manager doing the Community Manager Weekly - perhaps this should be renamed to Kim Weekly with random visits of other Community Managers?
I can't even blame the guy who set up the rotation schedule, because that is me too. I guess I just somewhat failed, even though there are perfectly valid reasonings behind it being me again already.
I swear that soon the rotation scheduled will be in motion and then you won't have to hear from me every weel (almost).
So this week introduced the pseudo-global launch of the LEGO Life app. We had launch "parties" here in Billund and in Enfield as well - check out Paul's and/or Kevin's Instagram for pictures from the US launch party. I left my phone in office and obviously didn't get any photos of our launch here - but as the saying goes "seen one, seen them all" :-)
LEGO Life will be rolling out globally over the next year, starting out in Europe and the US and then spreading globally.
We've also been onboarding loads of new Recognized LEGO User Groups and LEGO Fan Media overe the past week. We ended the reviews ultimo February and started sending out approvals and rejections soon after.
Welcome to all those who got approved and we're sorry for those that didn't.
I approved and onboarded 17 new Recognized LEGO Fan Media all over the world. Perhaps I should share a list of all the recognized LEGO Fan Media in one of my future Community Manager Weekly posts?
I've also been working more on preparing the LEGO Fan Media Days here in Billund, dated to be May 31st to June 2nd. I know the Recognized LEGO Fan Media are eagerly awaiting more information and invites, but I still need a little time to get everything right and work on some of the logistics. Patience is key.
Have an awesome weekend, I know I will, I get to celebrate my birthday a little later than actual, but I get to celebrate it with my daughter ( a little early) and we're going bowling with the gramps and grandmas!
Take care and Always Be Yourself, unless You can be Batman, then be Batman!
/kim :-)Read post
UK and Ireland only! Exiting Channel 4 LEGO Building Competition
Dear UK and Ireland AFOLs, please see the attached flyver for an exciting LEGO Building Competition on Channel 4.
It should be a pretty cool activity so perhaps you might be interested to join or know somebody who would be a great person so feel free to share.
Please note that this activity is only open for UK or Ireland residents.
I am looking forward to spot some AFOLs on TV!
[Community Manager Weekly] Walking into the year of the rooster
Dear AFOL community,
The saying says "good things come in threes", however I'm breaking that loop from having Kim for the 3rd CMW blog in a row. So yes, it will be me to share a little bit of my excellent January in Asia.
As most of you might know, quite a lot Asian countries will celebrate the Chinese New Year from today as the New Year Eve according to the Lunar Year Calendar. Once a year, families will be reunited no matter how far you've been going. Feast will be served and the red pockets will be given to those younger kids as good wishes. Based on the Chinese Zodiac, it's the year of the rooster starting from tomorrow, that's why you've been seeing various rooster MOCs from the Asian AFOL community. I have to say, so many of them are really beautiful!
Back to the working life. Yesterday, Jan, Paul, Kim and I went through the list of new sign-ups for RLUG/RLFM in the last cycle. We are very excited to see a great number of potential RLUGs and RLFMs, the next step will be us going back to the applicants with acceptance, declination or request for further information within February. So sit back and wait for our new friends to the LAN.
From last September, three Chinese RLUGs were invited to build a 1.5m x 1.5m diorama for showcasing in the new LEGO Shanghai Hub. Their ambassador selected nine talent builders while the traditional Chinese architecture was decided to be the theme. After four months of coordination and hardworking, the diorama finally managed to be assembled and installed in the new Hub which are still under construction two weeks ago. Here's the spoiler but the background has to be removed due to confidentiality. So cool, isn't it?
Last but not the least, the 2nd registration period for Japan Brickfest 2017 (aka: Kobe Fan Weekend) will open until February 28th. Don't miss the chance if you are interested in participating and displaying your model over there.
Okay, that's pretty much for this week. I wish you all have a great weekend and Chinese New Year! See you next week and never forget - Gong Xi Fa Cai!
[Community Manager Weekly] Is it me again already? #cycledisrupted
So I guess that I am back for another round of this!
I promise that next Friday it won't be me doing this - last week I ended up doing it as we agreed the Community Manager Weekly the day before or so and someone had to step in and that was me.
And even though I made the schedule/calendar I, conveniently, forgot that I was already scheduled for this Friday.
No worries, I got plenty on my mind to share with you.
The past week has been about e-mails, as any week, but also about some very interesting topics. We've managed to get a good start on the new and upcoming LAN platform and it has been very exiting. Sadly I cannot share details with you just yet, but rest assured that it will be, as I see it, a massive improvement with several of the functions that you've all been very vocal about the past couple of years on this platform.
I've also compiled the LBR Fan Pick survey data and shipped it all to Kevin so he can sort and continue the dialogue with LBR. A big thank you to those of you who took the time to collect feedback from your community and pass it on to us through the survey link. Can't wait to see how much and which parts will end up on LBR Pick A Brick Walls around NA and hopefully the rest of the world as well.
Also several shipments of various LEGO items have arrived at my desk. We've secured a (small) shipment of various LEGO Batman the Movie items - the Kiss Kiss Tuxedo Batman keychain and Batman + Bat Signal are among them as well as some supersweet Star Wars droids. Can't wait to put them good use towards the community. It's nice that we are sometimes included on the orderlists of these things, though it is more difficult than you'd imagine to get our hands on such "merchandise". It is normally forecasted, produced and shipped directly to the markets.
Also I've been trying to keep up with the massive load of Review Reports from the Recognized LEGO Fan Media coming in. It is amazing how many superawesome reviews and articles that get produced and published every week - we clearly need a spot in the new LAN where they can be shared from the Recognized LEGO Fan Media towards the rest of the ambassadors so they can bring it back to their members and miss out on as little as possible.
I try to share through my "official profile" on Facebook, but there is soo much to keep track of and only a fixed amount of hours in a day, so I have to prioritize and that often means "no time for sharing". So everyone out there, make sure you bookmark and subscribe to all the amazing Recognized LEGO Fan Media sites - they are FANTASTIC!
It's Friday the 20th which means a weekend is coming fast and I look forward to being with my family since I missed out on that with last weekend's hike in the Danish "outback" - which was great, but still not the same as being with your wife and children. Also today is the launch date for Aether Revolt and I really really "need" to get me a display box that I can spend the evening sorting and enjoying.
First thing on my calendar for next week is to get the "Review Report Overview" out to the Recognized LEGO Fan Media (RLFM) as promised. There is now a lot of data and to ease the process of keeping track of what's been reported and not, I promised the RLFM that I would be sending out reports with overviews of the reviews they've reported. So a list will go out for each RLFM showing which they have reported and which they have not reported yet.
Next up is the update of your customer id with our department. So hopefully end of next week, I will have an new and updated version of the Customer ID suvery ready for you to fill out. If you do have a customer id already, make sure to check the data you have and prepare new information if you need to change the person responsible for making payments on behalf of your community.
If you do not have a customer id at this point, then the survey will provide you with an option to create on by giving us the needed information - name, address, phone number, e-mail, VAT number (if applicable) and preferred currency (EUR, DKK or USD are available).
Have a great weekend, happy building and see you all next week.
[Community Manager Weekly] Back on the horse with Batman and friends
Dear AFOL Community.
We are back from the X-Mas Holidays and we are feeling good.
As something new, we've decided to kickstart the following initiative - "The Community Manager Weekly". We plan on doing weekly posts here on the LAN Blog and we take turns doing it, so each week will feature a post from either Jacky, Jan, Paul or me.
The content is not fixed, so we might talk about our areas of responsibility, the recent and future work we do, new plans for future initiatives or perhaps the most recent we were visiting - I am for example taking the opportunity in my (this first) Community Manager Weekly, to introduce the concept and dive into an upcoming deadline and getting to a preview of LEGO Batman the Movie.
Review of RLFM and RLUG applications.
The last day of January marks the final day to submit applications to gain recognition either as an RLUG (Recognized LEGO User Group) or as an RLFM (Recognized LEGO Fan Media).
Come early February we will start the reviews and carefully evaluate each application. Once the review process is complete which may take a few weeks - depending on the number of applications, we will be sending out responses to all applicants letting them know whether they have been recognized or not. This is to be completed no later than end of February. If You have submitted an application and have not heard from us by March 1st - do let us know by sending me an e-mail at KimT@LEGO.com and I will investigate further.
LEGO Batman the Movie
Yesterday all of the Billund LEGO Employees were invited to see LEGO Batman the Movie at the LEGO Studios in LEGOLAND Billund.There were 2 sessions with up to 400 seats in each session. I personally submitted my "yes please" less than 60 seconds after the invitation landed in my inbox last week and I was NOT disappointed. I encourage everyone to see it - the humor is spot on and it carries a lot of the hidden messages and nerdy comments that I loved from LEGO The Movie. I am already planning to see it again once it goes public in February.
I am looking forward to a weekend with old friends, hiking in the Danish "outback". I'll see you all again Monday.
And remember - Always be yourself, unless you can be Batman, then be Batman!
Happy New Year 2017
I wish you all a healthy start in the New Year 2017! May all your wishes come true and will it become a safe and prosperous year for us all!
Thank you so much for a great cooperation! It is very much appreciated!Read post
Happy Holidays to all!
Dear all amazing AFOLs out there,
Today we had the final team meeting of the year in Operations & Community Engagement, rounding of with reflections on the past year, a busy year with many challenges but also in so many ways another fantastic year, not least thanks to all of you for enjoying the LEGO hobby to the fullest, making sure that we are always amazed by what you can do with the brick! We treasure the great things you do, inspirering som many people all over the world and we enjoy the conversations and relations we have, be it online on LAN, Ideas or Rebrick or at the Fan events or your visits to Billund.
We all look forward to the new year, eager to see what it might bring!
On behalf of the O&CE team I would like to wish you and your families Happy Holidays and may the new year be no less fantastic than the one we are now leaving behind:) In the picture is our entire team, Paul and Sara are in the US so they are on Skype and Ana is vacationing in Costa Rica so we had to be a bit creative to get everyone in the picture;)
All the best,