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Re: Here is how I act at sales!!!

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01-03-2013 06:10:49

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I've got another one that'll probably ruff some feathers and I learned a good lesson one day.Years ago I was at a dealer sellout auction late December drizzled rain all day started to freeze some in the PM and I was about 100 miles from
home I had bought some stuff but the biggest problem was how to get a huge pile of tractor weights loaded that were about 100 yards from where I could get the truck and trailer.One loader tractor on the scene I went over to the guy and said I needed the weights loaded he said a whole lot of others needed stuff loaded too.So I handed him a $20 bill and then asked where I was in the line of people to get loaded he said
"You just went to #1" Obviously there were two lines the paying line and the free line(LOL) After that if it its a sale I figured I was going to need to have some things loaded I always find the loader man give him a Ten$ and tell him I expect to have some stuff to load and it'll be another tip after the sale according to how much I have.I almost always get great loader service while those standing around waiting for the Freebie loader service wait.When it comes to loading at sale I've found you really get (or don't get)what you pay for (or don't pay for)
As they used to say $$$$ Talks and BS Walks or at sales cheapskate BSers load by hand(LOL)

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01-03-2013 11:21:56

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 Re: Here is how I act at sales!!! in reply to Traditional Farmer, 01-03-2013 06:10:49  
wow, my view of you sure has took a flaming nose dive in less than a day. and yes i'm sure you will still sleep tonight. if we end up at the same sale, i'll pay the loader $100 up front and $100 after to load you and i last.

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01-03-2013 11:04:44

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 Re: Here is how I act at sales!!! in reply to Traditional Farmer, 01-03-2013 06:10:49  
Tear the 20 in half and give it to him. The other half when it is loaded.

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