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Old 02-05-2006, 02:37 PM
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Your a man of your word. I appreciate that. How did you like the plunge seminar.
Derek
Currently I'm a one man operation. The plunge sold more of the 'opportunity' of using ADI stuff. Both speakers were good thoigh and answered questions thoroughly.

I guess I was hoping for more of a 'how to do it' than a 'Why you should it' seminar. Denver is having a Pond Day and I'm sure I'll be attending that one.

My current goal is to market the 'pondless' system to some of my current accounts. The pondless system seems to be a bit less labor intensive while keeping the margins quite high and comparably priced to the pond product.

Let me know how your Topeka seminar went.

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Old 02-10-2006, 06:30 PM
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Use Aquascape Designs. Do some reading/research. Build your own first!

Then make it a service of yours. There is a lot to learn. Its much more then building a retaining wall.

If not- subcontract the work. Good for your name instead of trouble.

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Old 02-10-2006, 09:17 PM
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Currently I'm a one man operation. The plunge sold more of the 'opportunity' of using ADI stuff. Both speakers were good thoigh and answered questions thoroughly.

I guess I was hoping for more of a 'how to do it' than a 'Why you should it' seminar. Denver is having a Pond Day and I'm sure I'll be attending that one.

My current goal is to market the 'pondless' system to some of my current accounts. The pondless system seems to be a bit less labor intensive while keeping the margins quite high and comparably priced to the pond product.

Let me know how your Topeka seminar went.

~ Ace
The plunge seminar went alright. I was hoping for a little less salemen, and a little more technical.
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Old 02-11-2006, 10:14 PM
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Check out Aquascapes and attend one of their Build-A-Pond days.
I second that one! DO some research. Its homework. Its much more involoved than building a retaining wall.
Aquascapes has product that works, a company to train you, a company to back you up.
Do mess with other junk out there.
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