Originally Posted by Riverbound
Eh? Crazy Canaliens
Did you gear about the new Scourge frame , From HelloKitty Frames. Pretty awesome with the new catstretch yoga folding towers. Its all the rage Hoser!
Its hilarious you are almost mad at me for talking about some stupid boat frame I own. I hope you aren't sitting in moms basement chanting " it rubs the lotion on it's skin"
Wait a minute, am I really engaging with a guy in an outcast and a white bowling ball on his head -
Dude - you can't be serious - you must be trolling.
People on here previously have given you/Canyon the answer key on how to conduct their business so Canyon can succeed and sell a few frames perhaps? People in here are generally good people, with an open mind, who like boating, who want quality, who are willing to take a look at something, especially if you claim it is a good product. But you continue to wade into things going on personal attacks, sniping at other products/manufacturers- hey - you're forgetting something. The other products that you are sniping at - people OWN and USE these products. The companies performed the simplest of services - they built the product, sold the product, and supported the product. There wasn't any drama, or excuses in the execution of the transactions. The hallmarks of a basic business! I still don't know anyone who actually owns a Canyon frame, and I certainly couldn't rant and rave about something that no longer exists when no one owns one, and even when they apparently existed, people even with money and a deposit couldn't get one, especially in a timely manner?
I'll give you some more insight. If RiverTech is the Resurrection of Canyon, give or lend some demo frames to well known boaters. Get them to try them, demo them, provide feedback. Perhaps after a few well known river rats try them, they may be converts, they may not be. They may provide input on improvements. They get people talking about the products. Then, if people order a product and pay money for a product, do what you say you are going to do. If you say you're going to provide a frame on this date, provide it on that date. Don't make excuses, don't blame external factors, and if something does happen, it shouldn't cause delays that are months, not days, but months!
Enough with the fairy tales, pick your play, and execute your play. It's really that simple.