Do you want to hear the REAL story behind the Trolls?
Almost everyone has heard of the Trolls: Dam doll, Good Luck Troll, Norfin Troll.
The trolls were created by the famous artist Thomas Dam from Denmark. His cute little creatures are beloved by children and adults all over the world. The Trolls mean a lot to a lot of people. Recently, the Trolls have become even more famous through DreamWorks’ Trolls movies.
But few people know the true story behind the Trolls. In recent years, a completely different and factually untrue version of the Trolls' story has been created.
In this book Thomas Dams grandson, Jep Andre Laponnel (former manager of the Troll Company) will now set the record straight and tell the true story as it really happened. Told by those who actually created the success. Stories are best heard straight from the horse’s mouth, as they say, and not from people with ulterior motives.
The book has it all - from creator Thomas Dam’s poor roots to the foundation of the troll factory. You will find fun anecdotes and small unknown facts about the trolls and Thomas. And you will read about how the fantastic worldwide success of the trolls was created. You’ll also encounter family drama that you’ll hardly believe is true.
So get comfortable and join us on the troll journey.
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About the Author
Jep Andre Laponnel is the grandson of Thomas Dam and he turns 60 on April 27th of this year (2022). The TRolls has been a major part of his whole life.
He has worked at the Troll Company since his boyhood and finally was director for 8 years. In this period the Troll Company grew rapidly all over the world.
He stopped in 1997. From 2006 to 2021, he lived in Spain and worked with many companies, both as an investor and entrepreneur. Jep Andre has also been a coach and consultant for many years.
This book has been on the back burner for many years but has been blocked by various legal obligations. Jep is now free from these obligations so now the story must be told.