terrios666 wrote:Fact is that a lot of the kite retailers out there started their business for the love of the sport. No business background, no lawyers, no business plan. REAL has had this all along.
Skyway you're backing Extreme and I agree they provide the best service and the best deal. But you kow what? If they don't have the cash to fight this off, they are doing ONE thing very wrong, and thats not paying enough attention to their cash flow and profits. You can be everyone's best retailer, but you better be prepared when the big dogs come calling and try to sue you into the ground.
You think the oil barrons, rail barrons and other founding members of modern America didn't throw around a lawsuit or two to gain market share? WAKE THE f*** UP!
I need new gear, lots of kit. I upgrade whenever I can. So now I know at least two decent retailers are hurting for money, crying foul, sobbing all the way to broke back mountain about how they can't afford lawyers and just want to kite.
Damn man, I want my retailer strong and long, in charge and flush with cash so I can get in there in 6 months and find the doors open to get some TLC on my broken bladder.
Man, you are a frickin mo.ron. How much is gas now, mor.on?
Oil barons is your argument?!?
Yeah, I love paying 3 bucks for gas, it makes my car go faster.
Thank God for oil barons.
You are just dumb. Can't wait until there is only one friggin' KITE BARRON with all the market share.
The irony is just how much EK does sell.
Do you think it's good business to waste money on lawyers?
This type of approach forces both sides to possibly have to raise prices.
It's part of America's largest problem and drain on our society, imo.
You somehow, seem to worship and idolize this. Numb nut.
The Oil baron argument is the dumbest argument I have heard since I was at McDonald's today and this 5 year old was trying to convince his dad that fries were vegetables and healthy.