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Old 02-02-2009, 09:15 AM
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St. Croix didn't offer that much margin when we carried them... but you may also be in a different volume/pricing bracket than we were. We don't see that kind of margin in any of the rod and reel lines we carry.
I work at Cabela's but we have to sell them for the list price of $470, older stock we can discount. My pro-deal with St. Croix through work gets me rods from St. Croix cheaper.
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I work at Cabela's but we have to sell them for the list price of $470, older stock we can discount. My pro-deal with St. Croix through work gets me rods from St. Croix cheaper.
What I meant was cost, not retail... in which case given your volume you're in the lowest wholesale cost bracket without a doubt. We were in the highest. Pro deals rule, we had a special with Sage last year = to 33% of retail, well below wholesale or the standard pro deal.
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Old 02-03-2009, 09:48 AM
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I agree, pro deals do rule. Having one with Sage, Ross, St. Croix is really good.
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