A Lasting Legacy - Important News from Christopher Ward

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nordwulf
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Re: A Lasting Legacy - Important News from Christopher Ward

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jtc wrote:
Tue Jul 21, 2020 3:39 pm
There's another comment on that post from someone who's a Facebook friend of Chris Ward's son. So all looking like a family venture - maybe how Chris would avoid personally competing with CW.

There's already an enthusiasts group too.
And an aficionados group as well. :)

Really curious to see what Chris and family will come up with for this new brand and company.
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First time I have heard of this, and that was only because the latest post appeared at the top of the latest posts lists.

So, I found it strange that the website contains no biographical information about the company at all, which seems quite unusual for new watch companies. Not necessarily hiding, but not overtly advertising the venture either.

Interesting. You would have thought all the Chris Ward directors/owners would have been tied down with non competition clauses in their contracts.
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I have to say I am impressed by the detective skills of the forum members here!

I also now appreciate the predicament Mr. Ward was put into and I think that "recusing" himself was probably the best possible option for him. I'm still very much a big fan of the Christopher Ward line. And though I can't say the same about Tribus' initial offerings, I do wish them the best of luck in their endeavor!
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