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    White Mt Hammocks still open ??

    Is White Mt Hammocks still in business ? Can't get their web site to come up.

    http://www.whtmtindsew.com/
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    Warbonnet BB 1.7 and a whole lot of other great gear from the vendors on HF

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    Quote Originally Posted by gunner76 View Post
    Is White Mt Hammocks still in business ? Can't get their web site to come up.

    http://www.whtmtindsew.com/
    Yup, just ordered some cinches from Gary, new main site address though:

    http://www.whtmtop.com/

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    Thanks, updated my links.
    Merchants Mill Pond SP Swamp Hang

    www.neusioktrail.org ..................... Free Hammock Classes

    Hammock Gear Time Line ..............Hammock Friendly Sites in NC

    I am 18 with 42 years of experience.

    Hammock Hangers...taking over the world..2 trees at a time !

    Warbonnet BB 1.7 and a whole lot of other great gear from the vendors on HF

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    Yep.

    Gary has good service and speedy delivery

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    Website store being refubished.

    Yeah, I'm still open for business. But! The outdoor webstore has been shut down for refurbishing. When it's back online in a couple of weeks most of the products I had listed earlier will still be listed.
    However, the name of the site must be changed because my account didn't like the idea that I was running another business under a non registered name. And, she wanted to charge me to do 2 tax returns and thought it would raise a flag yatta, yatta, yatta.
    So! The short of the short is that the outdoor site will be up and running soon.
    Under my registered business name and there will be a few items deleted but a few new items also.

    Also: I have a new hammock but I'm not going to post it here because I've already seen a couple of my ideas on other sites since I showed them here.

    Peace Out.
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    Edit: Wrong thread sorry!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LostinSpace View Post
    Yeah, I'm still open for business. But! The outdoor webstore has been shut down for refurbishing. When it's back online in a couple of weeks most of the products I had listed earlier will still be listed.
    However, the name of the site must be changed because my account didn't like the idea that I was running another business under a non registered name. And, she wanted to charge me to do 2 tax returns and thought it would raise a flag yatta, yatta, yatta.
    So! The short of the short is that the outdoor site will be up and running soon.
    Under my registered business name and there will be a few items deleted but a few new items also.

    Also: I have a new hammock but I'm not going to post it here because I've already seen a couple of my ideas on other sites since I showed them here.

    Peace Out.
    I'm confused by your post. I saw the other 14 page thread also. You have a business where you sell hammock and or camping DIY supplies, etc. You have "invented" a new mind blowing hammock that you refuse to introduce to the most concentrated website of consumers of hammock related camping gear on the planet, why exactly?

    swank

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    Gary's main business is making cargo straps and other products not associated with camping and/or hammocking. Apparently, he added the outdoor products to his website selling the non-outdoor products and his bean counters have a problem with that, so he's in the process of converting one bidness to two.

    I believe that most cottage guys producing hammock gear are doing so as a side bidness, just as Gary is, and I would guess that most of those work as employees of another business as thier day job. Apparently, its even more complicatged when you own your own business and try to expand outside the scope of that business.

    Its your Government at work, making it easy for folks to run businesses and make money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sargevining View Post
    Gary's main business is making cargo straps and other products not associated with camping and/or hammocking. Apparently, he added the outdoor products to his website selling the non-outdoor products and his bean counters have a problem with that, so he's in the process of converting one bidness to two.

    I believe that most cottage guys producing hammock gear are doing so as a side bidness, just as Gary is, and I would guess that most of those work as employees of another business as thier day job. Apparently, its even more complicatged when you own your own business and try to expand outside the scope of that business.

    Its your Government at work, making it easy for folks to run businesses and make money.
    Yes, I get and understand the complications of accounting for personal and corporate taxes.

    My confusion, it appears he is talking about selling this product, but he is excluding his target market? That is an interesting marketing strategy?

    swank

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