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Wrong Allen Drucker?

Allen Drucker

Owner

Allied Model Trains

HQ Phone:  (310) 313-9353

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Employment History

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Web References(9 Total References)


Western Division History

tcawestern.org [cached]

Western Division Members: (from the left) John Parker, unknown, Alan Drucker, Don Ladenberger, Jerry Rokos and George Sirus.
Allen Drucker - President


e-Train - TCA, Toy Trains, Train Collectors Association

www.tcaetrain.org [cached]

Allen Drucker (TCA 71-3974) of Allied Model Trains has informed me that less than 50 remain.


Train Shop Of The Stars Changing Hands

ogaugewatch.com [cached]

The owner of Allied Hobbies, Allen Drucker, has sold the shop to new owners and is retiring after 32 years in the business.
The new owners will be re-locating the shop across the street from its current location. The article detailing the history of the store and Mr. Drucker's take on the state of the model train hobby is an interesting read. Read the article here.


Trolleyville Times - November 2007

www.trolleyville.com [cached]

Allen Drucker, the former owner of Allied Model Trains from 1975 until earlier this year stated in the local press that he sold the business because "I always told myself I didn't want to be the old man running the train store".
We are convinced that he was already that, and had been that for some time and probably was the only one that did not know it!


Trolleyville Times - July 2007

www.trolleyville.com [cached]

It is not exactly a trade secret that the former owner of Allied Model Trains, Allen Drucker, did not think much of his model railroader customers.
He even stated to the Los Angeles Times recently that "...Then there is the looky-loo hobbyist who... comes in, checks out the latest model trains with powerful lights and digital sounds but buys almost nothing...". He also predicted the premature death of the entire model railroading hobby. It never once occurred to him that maybe his attitude towards and his method of dealing with customers affected his sales. Come to think of it, we never saw Allan Drucker with a smile on his face. Six months ago, there was Allied Model Trains in a "landmark" building with "landmark" prices owned by Allen Drucker. Today, the fine building is still there but the customers of Samy's Camera will be supporting it. Model train lovers will have a new Allied Model Trains, dedicated to their needs, with new and friendly staff that will actually like most of their model railroading customers. Looks like the big change is that all that is gone is Allen Drucker and this is real hard to consider a loss to the model train loving community at all!


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