You already know about the Anvil Crew Forum right? Right. That's where we post our Wednesday Auctions. Additionally there are other topics you might want to follow too? We've got a place for people to show off their bikes, or any other EDC gear they're sporting. You can introduce yourself to other Crew Members and generally share information with each other. There's also a board for collectors who are looking to buy and sell their Anvil Customs products!
We've also started a leader board for accruing points. You'll be able to get to the top by creating new topics and generally interacting with the forum. In the future we hope to reward our top members with exclusive Anvil Swag, and we'll make an announcement when we're ready to pull the trigger on that. If you'd like to read more about how the system works read more about it on the forum!
As a continuation of our "Way Too Early" Gift guide for 2019 we'll be covering a few more ideas that we think will make a great gift for your loved ones. In this section we'll be covering some of the more luxurious leather offerings we have available for the person in your life who really deserves the top shelf gift.
If you're one of those people who is "on it" and typically knows how to "get things done" I commend you. Its entirely likely that you're already preparing your holiday gift purchases, so I thought I'd take a moment to share with you some fine ideas that we currently have available that make excellent gifts. You probably wouldn't be surprised to know that *most* people don't have the foresight to plan this far in advance. Again, kudos to you. As a company that makes things pretty much to order that "last minute" gift purchasing routine is a lot tougher to accommodate as it gets closer to Christmas time. So without further ado, behold...
Recently there's been some confusion however, as we've been swapping back and forth between running the auctions on the Anvil Crew Facebook Group page, and on our own Anvil Crew Forums through the website. We always want to make it easy for our patrons to effectively participate in these auctions and we've been trying to determine just where the auctions seem to go the smoothest. But after a few months of deliberation it turns out they both seem to work about equal in terms of participation, the only caveat being that some folks want them on the Facebook Group, and others want them on the Website. Both locations have their merits so as a solution we've started to ask ourselves "Why not both?"