I received a nice big box of Crescent mat samples. All the new stuff. Should I just pitch ALL my old Crescent samples or are some of them still good? Looks like they've changed numbers of some, discontinued others.
Ron,Originally posted by Ron Eggers:
Denny, after careful reconsideration, I'd recommend you don't pitch or burn your old samples.
(Truth be told, what I'd really recommend is Bainbridge, but that isn't the question you asked.)
I got my samples. A nice little note in the top said, "Due to heavy demand, we were unable to fill your entire order. Please reorder in 30 days."
I just checked boxes on the card. How am I supposed to know what I ordered? Is Crescent unable to simply put the other stuff on backorder?
Doesn't seem right to me.
The only way that I got my Crescent samples last year when I started the business was I kept hounding them and told them I would just use the bainbridge mats instead! it worked at least I didn't have to pay for Crescent!
-With the old samples you can always use them to mount your Fillet samples to!
We, too, used our old samples to install filets. Problem is how in th eheck do you display 80-100 corner samples with filets attached. Way too messy. After about a month we took them all off and went back to "the old way"