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Kudos for Clay Target SSE

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by TomB, Nov 30, 2010.

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  1. TomB

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    Unsolicited kudo.Got a mock "T" today from them and it's perfect and not very expensive. Tom B
     
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    Jim did some custom embroidery work for me. He was very helpful, and his work was excellent. I recommend him highly.
     
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    Always a pleasure to deal with.They always go the extra mile. Dennis.
     
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    I recently ordered a custom cap from Jim. When it was received,
    it wasn't the cap I had ordered. The logo was fine but not the style.
    When I informed Jim, he told me to keep the hat and he would send
    the right one no-charge. You can't ask more than that from a supplier.
    Great customer service!
     
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    We had Jim and Paula do a couple of hats with "special names" on them..First in South Carolina at the state shoot, and again later this summer in Ohio at their State shoot...

    We ran into Jim at Mt. Morris, NY at an ATA shoot later on this past summer..He was just shooting, and not vending...He and Paula were north paying a visit with family, and he wanted to see some new places to shoot at.

    What great people they are. And they advertise on this site!!!

    We are looking forward to doing more business with them again this year.

    Dave and Judy in South Carolina
     
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    Just a few weeks ago Jim did some custom work for my computer work shirts. Super service and great work. He actually acted like my patronage was appreciated and not expected.

    Buddy
    New Horizons Computer Services
     
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    Are these warm? Good question. I don't really sell items that are intended for real cold weather. The Mock T is a very good shirt for cooler Fall & Spring days. If it gets COLD I still recommend some type of shooting coat.

    Jim
     
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    I ordered some shirts for Elrama Sportsmens club. They were fantastic. Everyone loved them. Jim is great to deal with.

    Our fall league is ending. I will be giving him a call soon.

    Rick
     
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    I ordered a "Just Break It" hat from them a while back and really enjoy it. It brought good luck for me, the second time I wore it, I broke 50 straight :)
     
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