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I can’t wrap my mind around doing all the hard work and selling to a convenience store owner only to have them double the price for having it in their store from.Woodshax.
Quote from: woodshax on April 12, 2017, 03:52:34 pmI can’t wrap my mind around doing all the hard work and selling to a convenience store owner only to have them double the price for having it in their store from.Woodshax. I've said this on other threads but I really can't understand the issue with someone else marking up any product to what the market will stand. As long as they pay me, the supplier, a price that I am satisfied with what is wrong with them doing their marketing, handling and taking a chance it will sell? I really see nothing wrong with this. We buy a log for $.50/bf, process it into lumber, slabs, etc for another $.50 then sell it for $4/bf. What is different about that? BTW - I recently forwarded a link to your site to a friend who sits on our county parks and recreation committee. They took over several parks from the state last summer and are still trying to figure the best way to run them as a service and to best benefit the county and residents. He is looking into using your machines. Do you sell and support your machines as far away as southern WV?
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