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Prospects of new St. Louis, Missouri area dealer?

Discussion in 'Wright Manufacturing, Inc. (Archived)' started by olde_blue, Jul 30, 2010.

  1. Ric3077

    Ric3077 LawnSite Bronze Member
    Posts: 1,113

    griff81 we can not PM you as you do not have enough posts...I need a wright dealer asap as I have 3 standers needing work some warranty work some out of warranty work. I was advised to go to Columbia but something closer would help. Please email me and include your phone # at ricNroll77@yahoo DOT COM. (replace DOT COM with .com for spam reasons)
     
  2. griff81

    griff81 LawnSite Member
    Posts: 4

    I guess I need to post more then, does anyone know how many posts you have to have to be able to accept messages

    ric3077 I just emailed you my contact info feel free to contact me anytime
     
  3. flatland-4-life

    flatland-4-life LawnSite Member
    Posts: 43

    So keep replying and you will be able to send and recieve messages.

    I want to buy one with the seasonal buyers program.
    I was scared I didn't have a dealer or any help locally so I was starting to second guess the purchase.

    I was just in Evanville IN. and got to test one out and talk to the
    dealer owner. He is a very cool guy and knows tons about every mower made.
    This guy has been in business for 30 something years [ can't remember exactly ] Power Equipment Plus 1930 W. FRANKLIN ST. EVANSVILLE, IN 47712

    Now I want one even more.

    Heck I might just buy it through him
    if I had local support for it on warranty work.

    My email is flatland4life@charter. net:)
     
  4. griff81

    griff81 LawnSite Member
    Posts: 4

    Yeah Rick is a great guy and has an unbelievable amount of knowledge. I am the one that set him up with Wright. If we do not have a dealer by the time you get ready to purchase that would be a good option and we could get you support for warranty. However it is always better to buy locally because you will always get better service that way. When you purchase machines from a different dealer you want warranty/service work done at that dealer doesn't have anything to gain or lose from doing your work so generally I support buying local to support your local business. I will email you my contact info and I would like to meet up with you and possibly let you demo a machine that you are considering buying.
     

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