Wednesday, November 24, 2010

November Newsletter

Well, it is nearly the end of November.  The day before Thanksgiving, the day after a blizzard warning in which we mostly received wind.  There is currently about 3 or so new inches of fresh snow but the real news is the temperature.
It was 1 degree on the way into the office this morning and quite a fun drive in, as the roads were very slick.

We are currently working on a project that is nothing short of ambitious for us.  We are going to build and market a new product that will be sold exclusively through a Rep company.  We have been in various meetings with factories for items we will need to embark in this venture and still have some more negotiating that needs to be completed prior to an announcement. 
I will let you know as soon as things are all finalized.  Needless to say, we are all a bit excited about this.

The holidays are upon us with things kicking off tomorrow-on Thanksgiving.  It’s always a difficult time to do “business as usual” do to the fact that a number of our factories will be closing for the holidays or for “inventory”.   Every year, we face the same hurdle with our suppliers but somehow manage to pull through. 

So what I’m trying to say is, although we do our best to have as many of the items that we think we may need to fix whatever problem may arise; we may not have the part you need.  This leaves us all at the mercy of the factories.  Hopefully, this season will come and go and most of you will not have the misfortune of being down for any reason.  But if you do happen to go down, rest assured that we will do our very best to help correct the problem if called upon.

Everyone have a great Thanksgiving and enjoy this Holiday Season.


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