Accessing plain old ruby object in Spree 1.1



I have a Spree 1.1 project that's in my rails 3.2 app with a plain ruby object in app/models/MyObject.rb


class MyObject
def self.some_method
# do stuff
end
end

I'm trying to access the model in an override partial


Deface::Override.new(:virtual_path => 'spree/products/show',
:name => 'unique_name',
:insert_after => "[data-hook='product_description']",
:partial => 'shared/product_show_stuff')

And here's my partial


<%= MyObjec

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