Re: 2006 Haro V4 Owners Crank Question.
- From: reco_diver@xxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: 7 Jul 2006 18:22:14 -0700
Tom The Great wrote:
On Thu, 6 Jul 2006 23:35:10 -0400, "Phil Lee, Squid"
On Sat, 01 Jul 2006 14:26:50 -0700, Tom The Great <Post@xxxxxxxx>
<snip ... anything and everything of real importance>
Sounds like the battle-cry of a person that should open a small repair
shop out of his/her garage. What's the worse, you make money and
leave the rat?
Ahhh yess how to make a small fortune in the bicycle industry.
1 Find the best location possible. While it is true that riders will
seek out a superior shop ... always start out with location.
2 Pick only the best lines of bicycles, parts, and accessories.
Research is everything. Know what sells in your market and why it
sells. Never be afraid to abandon a line if sweeping changes are made.
3 Pick only the best staff. Your staff represents you ... pay the best
and expect the best.
4 Stay excited about the work that you do. Don't let the day to day get
you down, stay informed and stay on top of indusrty trends.
5 Advertise .... Advertise ... Advertise
6 Work hard ... forget the "morning," "noon" and or "weekend" rides.
You'll have plenty of time to ride once you've made your small fortune.
Hard work and lots of it ... long hours ... nights and weekends.
7 Start out with a LARGE fortune.
In no time at all you'll have a small fortune ... with the help of the
Thanks to "Wild" Bill Monroy of Wilsons Cycle supply for making this
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