Posted by Paul on 2/9/2011
It's that time of year again.
Here in Michigan snow blankets everything 12 inches deep as far as the eye can see. People scurry to and from their cars in an attempt to get warm. The sky hangs, gray and cloudy, as small flakes swirl around.
Even the south has seen their share of crazy weather this winter. After awhile, one can only dream of soft, green grass and warm sunshine. The time when it doesn't take a planning session to get ready to go outside. We've
spent a lot of time working on our John Deere parts project, getgreenparts.com
. More on that later- but you can check it out
in the meantime.One
of the most difficult decisions when planning merchandise is how to read minds. When it is 5 degrees outside, it can be difficult to figure out what people want in July. Are the likes and dislikes different in, say, Texas to those in Oregon?
I want to hear from you. We
do have a limited ability to custom run John Deere merchandise- and an excellent network of suppliers to do it with. We can't promise- but if we hear it enough, we'll either do it ourselves or go to the supplier and ask them.
My future pet project is a John Deere Kid's Tractor Bed. I've been working on Deere and suppliers for some time- I think our customers would love it!
Anyways, shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
with your ideas- PLEASE!
alexis sepulveda Date 6/30/2011 9:08:00 PM
Your Comment has been received. Thanks!
alexis sepulveda Date 6/30/2011 9:10:00 PM
They have a terrible attention last month to pay them a commodity and have not even sent me the email respond are useless.
Dee Hock Date 11/23/2011 1:02:00 PM
WOW! I just want you to know you have one of the BEST John Deere gift sites I have ever found! My Daughter-in-Law Googled John Deere and there you were! Christmas 2011 is going to be really GREEN at our house for my farm-loving grandchildren!! THANK YOU! THANK YOU! OUTSTANDING SELECTION!!
MERRY "JD GREEN" CHRISTMAS TO YOU ALL!
Popup Date 12/13/2012
I won't be back here. The pop ups when trying to navigate are annoying and cheesy.