Taps the musketeer

Anthony Moss is not a man who allows circumstances to dictate his life. That’s why, at 57, he’s restarting his career in selling games. In the ’90s Anthony managed a flagship video game store in Oxford Street, London. And now he’s back, working as a sale executive at Koch Media, managing independent game stores in England. And things are going great. Oh, and did we mention that he’s a musketeer, and that he tap dances like nobody’s business?

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