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Old 11-17-2008, 04:39 PM
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good stuff.......
i agree....take care of your customers and word of mouth will sell ya a few extra boats....
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He broke an oar and his factory support team replaced it on the spot.
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He broke an oar and his factory support team replaced it on the spot.
I thought the battery 4 his electric motor just needed charging!!!!!! Good 4 OL, glad 2 here things R as good as can B!!
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I have seen a lot of high performance boat companies over the years...... and I would rank Outerlimits as one of the very best.

What they are doing, both in terms of customer support and constantly improving their products, will only go to insure that they will be a player long after other companies have gone into the history books.

The economy has changed drastically for everyone, but companies like this one will not only survive, but will be one the leaders in the coming years.

Keep up the great work Fiores, we all need the good example.
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It's always great to hear so many accolades on here for a company in the boating business that is doing everything right for their clientele, when you hear so much about many others that couldn't give a dame.
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This may only be rumors but I have heard through the grapevine that Lake cumberland is going under and they have 15 new OL's in stock that OL because of legal reasons is required to purchase back from Lake Cumberland at 80% of what they were originally purchased by Lake Cumberland for......is this true and if it is what is going to be the outcome?????
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I'm glad that OL is in good shape. I admire the way they have run their business, first class all the way. Best of luck to them!
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This may only be rumors but I have heard through the grapevine that Lake cumberland is going under and they have 15 new OL's in stock that OL because of legal reasons is required to purchase back from Lake Cumberland at 80% of what they were originally purchased by Lake Cumberland for......is this true and if it is what is going to be the outcome?????

it would make sense to file a chapter 11 if thats the case......15 boats is crazy!!!! to buy back
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