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Re: To show organisers

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07-29-2013 18:32:29

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After reading all the posts I reallize that like a lot of bussinesses now-a-days , everyone seems to forget who the "customer" is. Without a "gate" revenue and the "customers" comming in and spending money , there is no show. Ever stop to think that the "customer" has a 6 day job and family and has to get up early also? You accuse one of being "late" because his job/schedule prohibits him from attending the show until Sunday. Bottom line is this, the end user ( customer) pays for everything. Without his dollars there will be no show. They take his money, he should see what anyone else paying the money at anytime during the show sees. Again, who is the customer here? I really do see the other side and have been there , done that. If I can't commit to leave my tractor there for the whole show then I won't take it. At the end of the day, the show/exhibiters don't set the rules , the customer does. He has the money and the show needs it. So go ahead and blame the customer for showing up late. How mny can you afford to lose??

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07-29-2013 18:59:02

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 Re: To show organisers in reply to B-maniac, 07-29-2013 18:32:29  
You got it wrong the 'customer' at shows are the exhibitors that haul their exhibits for FREE for everyone to see.I spend $100 in fuel to take a tractor to a show and people that pay to come into the show pay $5 they are going to have to be there when it suits me.

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