2003-01-12 SvsG Emails
Staddon vs. Griever: SvsG Messages: 2002
21:32 from Nick
|Date:||Sun, 12 Jan 2003 21:32:44 -0500|
|From:||"N. Staddon" <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|User-Agent:||Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Win98; en-US; rv:1.2.1) Gecko/20021130|
|Subject:||Re: stock pull update|
No problem, and what else is sposed to come up to you so I have the most complete list for in the morning?
That's all I know about at present. Anything else should be in the db for you to ship to customers. (If the Jerry Doll isn't there, let me know -- but I think I uploaded it after I created that pkg.)
I understand we can make some $ on the buy and I'm all for it. I do ask why, when we have bears that are older that we have yet to sell? Are they gonna be high-end bears?
Cuz I can't sell anything if I don't know we have it, and almost none of the bears down there have been inventoried. Confess -- you've been dragging your feet on doing inventory, even on simple stuff like bears. I'll get the ones down there when I can and then _I'll_ inventory them, but in the meantime I thought if we could sell a Melody for $40 we could probably make a few bucks on even older bears at about $5 each to us ($41 for 15 bears is < $3 each). I have them temporarily priced at $35 (except the Special Devotion, $50), but I think the price should probably come down some. Individually, the run-of-the-mill series-2-era bears seem to sell on Ebay for $6-$10 + shipping; we could probably mark that up 50-100% and be within reason.
We also have a long-standing order for Fall Tour.