Grabbing onto the bear

 

As a past graduate of the Dean Witter national sales training program, think Will Smith in the Pursuit of Happiness,  I can tell you that I am well prepared to deal with turns in the road. 

That is why I have decided to approach my business differently. What this means to the people that work with me and my customers too is that they  may notice a difference in how AWMC approaches the business of serving our customers.  I have concluded that the boating industry is absolutely on it’s proverbial ear. I  will no longer complain and whine about how bad things are.   ”Operation Passion”  will change everything  I ever thought about the boat yard business. To place this in context, when I first purchased our business, I swore that I would never have to make another cold call or sales pitch again.

Basically, we are grabbing the bear by the scruff of his neck and fighting him back. Teeth are snapping and claws are flying, but we will bring this bear to the ground. That is our mission now. 

So if you see us out in the marinas, receive a funny card or get a call from the yard, you will know what is up. Anchors Way Marine Centers is trying to love you more. We look forward to meeting new customers and discussing boat projects with existing friends of our yards. 

We know beyond any doubt that our work is the best available and our pricing is fair(too fair) and we are open for business. Rest assured, if you haven’t heard about us before, you are about to get an earful.

OPERATION PASSION HAS COMMENCED.

About Andy Killion

Andy closed his boat yard business this summer and is now embarking on a new voyage yet to be plotted.
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