September 18, 2008
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Well ladies, there certainiy has been lots of discussion about what to pay for a machine. I have to say once Brother sells the product to the dealer, it is up to the dealer to set a reasonable price. They do that based on many things. The most important thing for all of you to remember when making your purchase is the relationship that you will build with that dealer. Some dealers have great classes and clubs. Some have great customers who learn from each other. Some just have prices that intrigue customers. Some have strategic locations and others have wonderful sales help. The most important thing is that that all are doing one thing in common....selling a great brand....Brother.
Back to the business at hand....if you have not had a chance to visit our site recently please do so....www.brothersews.com.....there is so much to see and learn there. Most importantly about our new machines and this month's offers!
To the gal who wished she had a USB port for her PE-700, why not pick up PE-Basic and download from your computer to the card! Same thing just a different method of transferring data.
To the gal who loves PE-Design 8.0, it is cool and I have to say that when we intro'd it to our dealers at convention....they drooled over the new features. They loved that instant stippling or the ability to merge and eliminate the bump in the middle!
I am sure there are more questions that need answers but my husband has just come home after a long day and I am sure he would like a cup of coffee! Talk to you all later!
Been a busy week...went to the Project Runway finals in NYC/Bryant Part ....no I can't tell you who won...met with Better Homes and Gardens Quilting on Monday...they have lots of great new contest ideas coming up. One good idea is that they make each staff member sew for 1 hour each week....no more no less. Gotta try that. Met with Country Living on Tuesday...it's their 30th anniversary....okay I am embarrassed. I have the first issue that they put out 30 years ago. I just love that magazine and now that they have sewing stories. well I am alll over it.
PS....I just finished a one hour Chat session with Fiskars...you know the Scissors folks....they call this group the Fiskateers.....and now I am officially one of them....