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    I'm compiling some of this fantastic advice into a series of blog posts at 100kgarages. I hope it will help others. Please let me know what you think, or better yet, leave your comments on the blog.

    I've delivered a batch of valentine picture frames to a local shop. I have a couple orders for barware, and I've even found a local restaurant willing to buy my clean hardwood sawdust. Now I need to ramp this up about 100% and we might have something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gergistheword View Post
    I'm compiling some of this fantastic advice into a series of blog posts at 100kgarages. I hope it will help others. Please let me know what you think, or better yet, leave your comments on the blog.

    I've delivered a batch of valentine picture frames to a local shop. I have a couple orders for barware, and I've even found a local restaurant willing to buy my clean hardwood sawdust. Now I need to ramp this up about 100% and we might have something.
    post a link to the blog on the forum.
    www.tgdesigns.net
    eking1953@yahoo.com

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    I meant to include the link. Whoops. Here's the first post.
    http://100kgarages.com/blog/2014/01/.../#.Uu-7FnlH38s

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    Quote Originally Posted by gergistheword View Post
    i meant to include the link. Whoops. Here's the first post.
    http://100kgarages.com/blog/2014/01/.../#.uu-7fnlh38s
    how do you get to read it all it stops in the middle of a sentence and i can not find the rest.
    www.tgdesigns.net
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    HE WHO WORKS WITH HIS HANDS IS A LABORER.
    HE WHO WORKS WITH HIS HANDS AND HEAD IS A CRAFTSMAN.
    HE WHO WORKS WITH HIS HANDS, HIS HEAD AND HIS HEART IS AN ARTIST.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gergistheword View Post
    i meant to include the link. Whoops. Here's the first post.
    http://100kgarages.com/blog/2014/01/.../#.uu-7fnlh38s
    very good article. Goes on what i have talked about on here. All should read this post.
    www.tgdesigns.net
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    HE WHO WORKS WITH HIS HANDS IS A LABORER.
    HE WHO WORKS WITH HIS HANDS AND HEAD IS A CRAFTSMAN.
    HE WHO WORKS WITH HIS HANDS, HIS HEAD AND HIS HEART IS AN ARTIST.
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    Greg,

    Your original post was "How to Drum Up Business".

    Lets move back there and forget all the sage advice. Those of us who have businesses, have a product to offer. That's what you'll need to enter the trade. Gone are the days when you could open up a general store and do everything for everyone. It's necessary to a product that's going to sell. If you want to make knives and spoons, make them to enter the market. But it's necessary to choose a line of business that's high volume, low price or high quality and a higher price. That's your choice.

    Forget all the strategy, lets see what you can do. Show us something that makes our head swim. That's the key.

    Also you'll need a professional website. DON'T do it yourself. Just take a look at how not to make one in this thread.

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    Eugene King can you give me a call also. 276 618 2055

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    Quote Originally Posted by phawks_99 View Post
    Eugene King can you give me a call also. 276 618 2055
    Patrick we are out of town doing the Ky State fair. we do not get back to the room till after 10:30
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    Default Had no Idea 100k garages had a blog

    Had no Idea that 100Kgarages had a blog on it.

    glad I found this post!!
    Chadagmsigncompany@gmail.com


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    CNC Operator position open near Jackson, Mississippi. Starting salary $40,000-50,000

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