Joined: 1/14/2005Thought about maybe adding some different things to the shop for customers.
Joined: 2/14/2008I voted yes but I think only if you carried a section with dog training supplies for training hunting dogs. Then I would see it being a good addition to it with a good quality dog food. JMO!What about a coffee spot or a snack bar that has hot food also? U can make allot of money off of some good Pizza!God gives us only so much time on earth, don't waste it. Jesus blood washes sins away, just pray.
Location: Call me...867-5309Strippers.The end is near....
on that one.
Have ever seen the ones from up there
Joined: 1/14/2005right now we do have a lounge and a smaller kitchen/dinning area. not sure yet exactly what we are going to do about types of food. we do have some vending machines we are going to put in. i can understand about the full dog training stuff. we just talked to a dog food company this weekend at our local county fair and they mentioned that they sell food in another state to a archery shop.
And, they retrieve your arrows!
Have ever seen the ones from up there [/quote:2c7ubtg4]
I’m with statedriller on this one
I voted yes but I think only if you carried a section with dog training supplies for training hunting dogs. Then I would see it being a good addition to it with a good quality dog food. JMO!
Joined: 1/13/2007No way dude
you have no way of knowing how long the stuff’s been sitting around
I’d suggest selling chicken wings and beer!
That would sell pretty regularly
Joined: 8/12/2007Im with the strippers hotwings and beer…and you can take the grease from the wings and sell it as bear bait.
Joined: 9/13/2005I voted “no” just because I have seen too many shops in the area go under when the started doing, “extras”. If someone comes to your shop, are they coming to drink coffee and eat, or are they coming to buy equipment? Having food and drinks leads to loitering (in my opinion), and the last thing you want is “the wrong crowd” hanging around your shop from open till close and driving away your better customers. Just my honest opinion bro!
Joined: 11/25/2009Hey if it is the right price why not. Especially if it is Pedigree. Sorry I make it so I may be a little impartial. I would just make sure it is in date and it isn’t damaged or something. Maybe not put it next to the scents. I would agree that you shouldn’t go overboard though. I am tired of going into Autozone and them not having a part I need but they have tons of crap that you don’t need. Most not even related to the cars.
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