In my ongoing relationship with Wilcraft, I am taking on the capacity of Factory Rep.
It's something we've been considering doing for a while; should be a good deal for both me and the company.
As part of this endeavor, I'm lunching my own website at http://www.WilcraftRep.com My duties will include a lot of what I've done in the past as far as direct sales and working the sports shows. Although I've always worked shows booked by the owner of Wilcraft, I'm also now booking and working some shows myself. Probably the biggest added duty is going to be working on developing a dealer network.
The product and photos look great but I question the wisdom of using a background of dangerous-looking ice that may give a queasy feeling to your potential customers. It kinda looks like something (the Wilcraft?) fell through the ice and then the hole iced over.
Not crazy about the name Wilcraft either. It doesn't readily portray what the vehicle does. If Wil stands for Water - Ice - Land, I'd probably cap those letters. WILcraft.
Just one god's opinion. Do the opposite of whatever I suggest and you'll probably be richer than Bill Gates.
Chero To quote a wise old Disney monkey "look beyond what you see" They make a great duck boat and a great swamp buggy. We've been contacted by a guy from the Texas-Louisiana border area who's thinking of using one for Gator hunting. I'm planning a trip to take a Wilcraft to Texas for hog hunting with a friend who lives south of Dallas.
My next step with Wilcraft - - -
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