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Old 03-17-2003, 09:56 PM
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Pat and Stan asked me if I would be interested in joining the AT team to head up the sales department and as of this afternoon I have accepted the position. I know I have some pretty big shoes to fill following Steve Wilson and John Boscarino.

I am a believer in the product that AT builds and I look forward to helping Active Thunder succeed. We are looking to expanding the Active Thunder line in adding a 28 AVH bottom and a 40 something boat.

I am looking for some feedback, in a constructive manner,. from current and future customers(so everyone) on not only what we can do to improve our product but also our service. Please feel free to e-mail me at [email protected].

I will be doing my very best to provide the highest level of service to our past, present and future customers.
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Congratulations, I have only been on one Active thunder, a 32, and it is a very nice boat, maybe one day I will be lucky enough to own one, maybe now I know who to call!
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would love to see more around here, let me know if i can help, bill
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Oh no, another one we are going to have to corrupt. Send him down, we will show him the hot spots.

Congrats!!
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Congrats Dan, Good luck with the new position.
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What? Let me repeat, what?

Now, I'm totally confused. Regardless, that's AWESOME! Congratulations. I'm sure you'll bring a lot to the table as you can bring a customer's perspective and hopefully that will drive your contributions. uppy:

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Old 03-17-2003, 10:27 PM
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Thanks everyone...I really appreciate it...
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Shane,

I will be handling it mostly from Northeast, with visits to the factory every three weeks or more if needed. With cell phones, e-mails, laptops, fax machines it is no longer necessary IMHO to be there everyday.

I have two salesmen in my business and I see them once every two weeks for a sales meeting, that's it.
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Dan, congrats!! I suppose most of us dream of getting into the boat business some day. I hope it works out well for you!
At least your name isn't Steve! Maybe that's a good sign!
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I don't know what all the fuss is about. Seems like a pretty easy job to me. Selling ATs? How hard could that be? Trips to Florida every couple of weeks, demo rides, talk'in boats, spending someone elses money on building a custome boat. Dan, you might be over qualified for this position. I currently have some spare time and would consider sparing you the tedious routine of this job. Let me know.

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