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Arlin Eastman

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#1 posted 752 days ago

Bob

I have never done professional woodworking nor have I sold it, however, I have found 3 types of buyers.
1. The older folks that want a quality item or a rich individual that will pay for a quality item.
2. The young married couple who are just trying to fill their new house or apartment and can only afford throw away furniture.
3. The Middle who are not sure what they want. They have some cash and would like nice pass me down furniture, however, they do have alot of things demanding their money too and they have to make choices.

When I was married I had some money saved and bought some nice furniture in which I should have waited afew years to do because Kids do trash it sometimes. When my children were older I no longer had the cash and only bought what I needed or could afford.

I really think times are harder now since the great depression and those who can afford it will buy it and those who can not will not.

Arlin

-- It is always the right time, to do the right thing.


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