Mel Sturr of DynamicDuos.com Interviewed in the Latest Issue in SciFi Magazine
Article Titled “Matches Made in Superhero Heaven” by Jeff Berkwits.
Berkwits recalls seeing Nick and Mel at WonderCon in Anaheim, California, laughing and joking with fans while promoting TheDynamicDuos.com. A few weeks later, suddenly and unexpectedly on April 19, Nick Kontaratos passed away.
“I was lucky to know him and I’m glad to be able to continue our business in his honor,” emphasizes Sturr. “All of our future success will be because Nick had a passion for life and was a good person who meant something to a lot of people.”
TheDynamicDuos.com was started for fans who Nick and Mel believed could find happiness if they could just find each other. Sturr says, “We wanted to cater to our shy customers, figuring that if we partnered with a local business to hold a Mighty Meet-Up (what we call these initial ‘dates’) at their shop it would bring more business to them and provide our clientele with a group setting to make the first in-person move.”
This issue of SciFi Magazine officially goes on sale Tuesday, July 11, 2017. It will be available on newsstands during Comic-Con, through September 5, 2017.
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