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RO# 898

Posted - Aug 15 2009 :  11:09:23  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I got this note from Chuck Miller of the TAG group last week:

"FYI - We're currently accepting some retail jobs for the winter months. If you're interested in us doing any work, please forward me some photos of the job so that we can quote a repair cost. You would need to get the boat to Decatur for us to do this work."

While I'm sad to hear that things are that slow on the production line, this is a great opportunity for those that can get their boats to Decatur, Indiana for some of those "wish I had ordered that option" upgrades. How about:

1. The factory paintjob that you really wanted, but wasn't available for your model year?

2. That upgrade to a stainless windshield frame?

3. A factory replacement job on that pesky sagging headliner? (THIS one should be poplular...)

4. A new bow (or stern) rail to replace the one that your fat-a$$ sister-in-law stepped on?

5. Get creative and ask - Who knows what they'll do???

Life begins on the water.

Homeport: Port Deposit, MD


RO# 12438

Posted - Aug 16 2009 :  20:25:16  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Yeah, things are really tough up there. Also, add insurance work and accident damage. Their glass repair work is second to none.


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RO# 24048

Posted - Aug 17 2009 :  19:03:10  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Tiara is doing the same thing.

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