[amayausers] Re: Opinions wanted

Rod,
Not quite a year, but many many stitches. Have been rat holeing as many sheckles as possible for the next one. Would love to pay cash for it. Not having equipment payments really takes some of the pressure off when you are trying to build clientele. Am going to try to get a few days to hop on the Harley and visit you and the Oregonians (Aaron/Ron) but I am going to lose 4 days in July for the Montana 200 so I don't know if I can make all of it happen. Not enough days in the week. Embroidery!!! What a kick!!!



Herb
----- Original Message ----- From: "Rod or Sharon" <springer37@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <amayausers@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Saturday, June 25, 2005 9:21 AM
Subject: [amayausers] Re: Opinions wanted



Herb,
Sounds like you are working the old gal to death.Sure a good thing I got her fixed, whats that been ...a year ago already??


 Rod

 Embroidery Cottage
 Rod & Sharon Springer
 Melco Trained Amaya Tech & Trainer
 Design Shop Pro+ Digitizing

 Boise, ID  83713
 208-938-3038


----- Original Message ----- From: "HK Acree" <hkacree@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <amayausers@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Saturday, June 25, 2005 10:13 AM
Subject: [amayausers] Re: Opinions wanted



> Jack,
> This guy is not real popular with the rank and file. He "was" the dictator
> of apparel, . He loves having folks sit in his office and smooch. I accept
> this as part of dealing with some of those out there but I have set my limit
> with this one. I guess what it comes down to is how much of "what" are you
> going to put up with from someone to do biz with them. Time is the only
> commodity we cannot replace and frankly he wants too much of it for the
> return received. We found a way around him because of this last deal and now
> have a growing opportunity working with the local managers. He is not real
> happy about being cut out of the loop but from what I hear the bank prez was
> not real pleased with the amount he spent only to have the employees not
> wear the garment. In my opinion the salesman that he dealt with did him a
> huge disservice. He sold him something based on price and gave no thought as
> to whether the style/fabric/fit were appropriate for the intended
> application. Are recommendations of that nature part of my job? You bet they
> are, if it don't work it won't be because the customer screwed up, it never
> is. I gotta get off here, today is a work day. Sitting on over 100 shirts
> and 8 doz caps with 12 doz more (caps) on Wednesday. (Aaron is saying "So,
> whats your point") It is just me and my one little Goddess (for now) so we
> got to make some noise.
>
> Herb
>
>
> ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Jack Fuller" <Jack@xxxxxxxx>
> To: <amayausers@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Saturday, June 25, 2005 8:12 AM
> Subject: [amayausers] Re: Opinions wanted
>
>
>> Herb
>> I have a credit union account that allows employees to select from two or
>> three shirt models. Given these places have some turnover, I found that
>> works well. I can keep a couple in stock and have them done quickly. It
>> keeps their buyer happy. If your banker guy calls again and you reconsider
>> doing business with him, you might consider this for him. I'll bet he gets
>> a
>> lot of grief from his female staff over all this. He may need a solution
>> and
>> you could provide it. Also I noticed that the shirt was SANMAR. There are
>> less expensive name brand shirts available from other suppliers. Maybe if
>> you approached the guy with a less expensive proposal than your
>> competition
>> this thing could turn around. I'll bet a dollar to a donut hole this guy
>> really hates buying shirts. Couple that with being tighter than the bark
>> on
>> a tree he has some serious pucker factor problems. If you are absolutely
>> totally finished doing business with your banker guy and wouldn't do
>> business with him period, then give me his name. I will even give you a
>> finder's fee! Share the wealth! That's what my daddy says. ;)
>>
>> Jack Fuller
>>
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: amayausers-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> [mailto:amayausers-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of HK Acree
>> Sent: Saturday, June 25, 2005 08:52
>> To: amayausers@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> Subject: [amayausers] Re: Opinions wanted
>>
>> Jack,
>> Oh boy, this one chapped me butt. The shirts were delivered 2 weeks after
>> the supposed due date, I have no knowledge as to the final cost but do
>> know
>> that 99% of them are in someone's closet and will not be worn. The
>> customer
>> is a bank (also wife's employer) and the guy in charge of putting their
>> employees in clothing has no concept of what is appropriate for their
>> employees to wear. Now after 20+ years my wifey is not the 115 lb girl she
>> once was but neither is she overly large. She put this v-neck/skin
>> tight/stretchy thing on and her first reaction was no way on earth was she
>> going to wear this in public let alone at her place of employment. Would
>> have looked really nice 20 years ago but not happening today. My beef with
>> this guy goes back to the very beginning of our biz. He hounded us to get
>> their logo done. Rejected several versions until we had Janel make one for
>> us. His comment was WOW, you did really well, maybe the best I have seen.
>> Being new and stupid (expecting some biz from them) we ate the digitizing
>> charge. Result was he orders 6 shirts. Calls me several months later, bank
>> has acquired several more branches, lots more people, I spend 2 hours in
>> his
>>
>> office, won't kiss where he wants me to. No order. Lesson learned. Then
>> the
>> shirt thing in reference. The guy has no clue. He called last week, says
>> come see me. I told him I really didn't have the time to waste at this
>> point. He hung up on me. I haven't lost any sleep over it.
>>
>> Herb
>> Royal Embroidery
>> ----- Original Message ----- >> From: "Jack Fuller" <Jack@xxxxxxxx>
>> To: <amayausers@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>> Sent: Saturday, June 25, 2005 6:46 AM
>> Subject: [amayausers] Re: Opinions wanted
>>
>>
>>> Herb
>>> You sent this is February but I never read what happened. How did all
>>> this
>>> shake out?
>>>
>>> Jack Fuller
>>>
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: amayausers-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>> [mailto:amayausers-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of HK Acree
>>> Sent: Tuesday, February 01, 2005 10:06
>>> To: amayausers@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>> Subject: [amayausers] Opinions wanted
>>>
>>> Hey Folks,
>>> I would appreciate some opinions here if you are willing.
>>>
>>> Customer wants 400 shirts (Port L440c) with 4200 stitches on left chest.
>>> Shirt is $7.99, on an order like this I figure a 40% markup on garment
>>> and
>>> $3.50 for the logo. shirt delivered for say $14.50. Am I too high?
>>>
>>> Customer says he can get these for $10.00 ea and now the kicker, he is
>>> going
>>> to order them tomorrow and have them by Monday. I think my chain is being
>>> jerked.
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>>
>>> Herb
>>> Royal Embroidery
>>>
>>>
>>
>>
>>
>
>







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