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Frank is a Hoarder

Published on November 4, 2016

We know that Frank is a hoarder but we did not know that it extended to hats. You got that right. Frank has saved hats. He wears most of them in this video.

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By Craig Kevghas on Nov 04, 2016

Well hats off to you Sir... Do you believe this will revive the hat giving practice or is this to passe?


By Donald Goldman on Nov 04, 2016

"Cash is King" and "It's Cash Stupid" were hats given by the legendary financial guru Joe Becker at NAPL's Management Institutes. What your really need is a Rasta Hat with dreads. The hat adds character. Never mind you already are a character.


By Dov Isaacs on Nov 04, 2016

Nah, this was simply to cap off his career!


By Andrew Tribute on Nov 09, 2016

Hi Frank

Did you not dare show your Trump red or white hat!!

Are you going to show and model all those vendor T shirts that we got given in the 1980s and 90s at every press event we went to? Also what happened to all your Seybold conference hats?


By Jonelle Rexenes on Nov 11, 2016

Frank, Great collection-- I'll add to it by sending you a new Presstek hat, and by the way, this one will match your shirt perfectly!


By Dov Isaacs on Nov 11, 2016

Maybe the “Seybold Conference hats” are more “dead” than some Seybold Conference speaker(s) claimed print to be! Print is still around; Seybold Conferences NOT!


By Ray Rafalowski on Nov 12, 2016

Your 2004 Vancouver hat was not for the Olympics. You attended and spoke at the 2004 International Association of Printing House Craftsmen Convention that year which took place on a cruise ship to Alaska out of Vancouver.
The IAPHC event was much more important to printers than any Olympics.

Ray Rafalowski
IAPHC Past International Chairman


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