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Old 01-24-2010, 01:01 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default So I guess I'm officially living breathing and eating snowboarding now..

.. just got a job at a local ski/board tune shop. Unfortunately its 95% skis right now but i think thats why i and others are being brought in to bring in more of the riders. So now I work in the industry i guess you could say.

Jealous cause everybody's going to Stratton next month to try out the 2011 shit, while i'll be stuck at the shop.. but i'm hoping i get to go next year. I told em all to use my birthday as an excuse to get some free stuff as long as I get some when i get back heh ... i guess i'll be workin on my b-day
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Old 01-24-2010, 01:37 AM   #2 (permalink)
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tight man... congrats. I was in your same position.... now my shop carries Nitro K2 686 and Dragon becuase of me. instead of 5150 and Scott goggles for a snowboard section. Good luck.
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We dont carry much in the way of product cause of the shop size.. but yeah we need to definitely bring in the boarders. Since I've started Wednesday, I've literally only seen 2 boards to about 30-40 skis maybe. Guess Some boarders dont know the value of a good tune?
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Tuning is over rated seriously. People take that shit WAY too serious.
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.. just got a job at a local ski/board tune shop. Unfortunately its 95% skis right now but i think thats why i and others are being brought in to bring in more of the riders. So now I work in the industry i guess you could say.

Jealous cause everybody's going to Stratton next month to try out the 2011 shit, while i'll be stuck at the shop.. but i'm hoping i get to go next year. I told em all to use my birthday as an excuse to get some free stuff as long as I get some when i get back heh ... i guess i'll be workin on my b-day
can you get me a job lol
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Old 01-25-2010, 11:32 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Haha if you live near me maybe

I somewhat disagree on the tuning being overrated. Especially here in the icy east, good edges are important. That might not be as important in the West where more often than not you're dealing with pow..
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Haha if you live near me maybe

I somewhat disagree on the tuning being overrated. Especially here in the icy east, good edges are important. That might not be as important in the West where more often than not you're dealing with pow..
yup i live in the east..close to boston, would reloacte just wanna live eat breathe snowboarding...hook it up!
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Bro you dont wanna relocate down here haha it sucks and you're MUCH closer to the better hills in the east!
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Bro you dont wanna relocate down here haha it sucks and you're MUCH closer to the better hills in the east!
haha thought u were north lol..
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