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PRO BIKE FLIPPER
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Well as some of you may know from my posts, threads and pm responces you guys have hit me with I am a full supporting dealership employee.... well no more. I must say this has been one of the best jobs I have worked, but for all you think the stealership is loaded and we are all laughing on your piles of cash, think again. This job has been one of love and passion, not wealth, if I stuck in it for that I would have been gone a long ime ago. Im cutting down to event helper and stand in when needed, but the time has come to move on.
I almost feel like a hack saying unfort. it is now about the money and advancment, with a good girl in my life and a new house in the future I have gotten a little more $$$ driven. But anyone needs help or still have questions ill still have a in at dealership workings. And believe me i def. wont be out of the riding, building and part swapping scene.

So all in all heres to new experiences and good past ones.
 

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Try'n to behave
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Ya gotta do what's right for you! Good luck to you in your new undertakings!
 

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Well gook Luck to you Sir! I have always enjoyed reading your thoughts on things.
 

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Hey, we could all use more money man....Don't sweat it.

I hate my job, and I make shit money....If it wasn't for the benefits of being the owner's son I would have moved on along time ago. So, I know the delimma you were in.

Trust me, if I could get paid to shoot guns, hunt, & fish for a living, I'd be the richest mofo around, b/c I'd be out there every friggin day.
 

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Fat Guy on the Ultra
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Good luck to you brother. As with any small bussiness its not the grunts that do the work that have the money, its the management and owners that see the wealth. Many people down the stealerships, because of high prices, heck ive done it myself, but when you set back and look, they have alot of overhead and they have to pay bills rather they sale alot or a few bikes, and parts and such, and the royalties they have to pay the moco are rediculous. Good luck in your venture.

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You have to look out for yourself - stick to your plan.
 

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Mississippi Cajun
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Best of luck with your new venture(s). Hope you pop in once in a while and keep us up to date.
 

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You're not leaving the lifestyle; can't it's in yer blood! Go make some coin and take good care of that good woman.

If she supports, hell tolerates, our addiction then she's a keeper indeed.

Good luck!
 
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