Naths new addition to the Family.

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Nath
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Naths new addition to the Family.

Post by Nath » Tue Oct 29, 2013 4:12 pm

The BBQ family that is, I'm much to young for kids yet :wink:

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A Q320 with all the goodies to go with it, lent to me to use during the Weber demonstrator season.
:)
Cooked up a few cheese kranskys for lunch, looking forward to using it a bit more, I wont be throwing away the charcoal so don't worry!

My 5x5 courtyard now sports my Royal Kamado, Weber Mastertouch Kettle and now the Q320
Ow, and the GA or two in the carport.
Nath


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Re: Naths new addition to the Family.

Post by Smokey » Tue Oct 29, 2013 5:13 pm

Shmick, I think you will do a great job.
BTY, when you get older you will wish you had the kids younger :lol: Trust me on that one :wink:
If trees screamed when we cut them down, We wouldn't. If they screamed all the time we would.
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Nath
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Re: Naths new addition to the Family.

Post by Nath » Tue Oct 29, 2013 5:40 pm

Smokey Mick wrote:Shmick, I think you will do a great job.
BTY, when you get older you will wish you had the kids younger :lol: Trust me on that one :wink:
Probably true Mick!
At 23 I think a got a few years
Nath

Gumb

Naths new addition to the Family.

Post by Gumb » Tue Oct 29, 2013 6:57 pm

My kids are older than you :)

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Re: Naths new addition to the Family.

Post by chrisg » Tue Oct 29, 2013 7:30 pm

:)

Mine too :)

Unfortunately their only interest in the BBQ is what I cook on it :)

Nice little collection though - puts mine to shame :)

Cheers

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Re: Naths new addition to the Family.

Post by Captain Cook » Tue Oct 29, 2013 7:35 pm

Busio90 wrote:
Smokey Mick wrote:Shmick, I think you will do a great job.
BTY, when you get older you will wish you had the kids younger :lol: Trust me on that one :wink:
Probably true Mick!
At 23 I think a got a few years
23 ................ OMG my eldest son is old enought to be your dad (45)

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Re: Naths new addition to the Family.

Post by Smokey » Tue Oct 29, 2013 8:16 pm

23 hey,
They say (and happened for me) that a mans head ain't truly on until 24 years of age.
So you may as well start the production line now :lol:
Anyway we digress :P
Mate , You know you have our support. If you want tips on selling? Its here, Tips on that starship enterprise,, Its here.
Im sure I can speak for all the brotherhood that we will help and guide you as best we can. We want to see you do well.
All ya gotta do is ask. and knowing what an astute and affable young man you are, Im sure you will. 8)
If trees screamed when we cut them down, We wouldn't. If they screamed all the time we would.
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Re: Naths new addition to the Family.

Post by urbangriller » Tue Oct 29, 2013 8:25 pm

8) Don't scratch it Nathan!

Chris
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Naths new addition to the Family.

Post by greeny03 » Tue Oct 29, 2013 8:47 pm

Still waiting for mine! :(

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Re: Naths new addition to the Family.

Post by Narmnaleg » Tue Oct 29, 2013 9:24 pm

Noice! ;)

Nath
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Naths new addition to the Family.

Post by Nath » Tue Oct 29, 2013 10:02 pm

Well gee, thanks Mick:)
I think I'll have over the demo season, can't wait.
Just got back from a dive trip and have some spoils from the sea to cook up on it later in the week.
Stay tuned.

Chris, I'll try not too, but I'd say it may end up staying here after the season ends ;)


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Re: Naths new addition to the Family.

Post by titch » Wed Oct 30, 2013 7:38 am

Have fun this year mate, enjoy the ride
Cheers
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Re: Naths new addition to the Family.

Post by Captain Cook » Wed Oct 30, 2013 7:48 am

Nath,
All the best for this weekend and future weekends with the Weber Demo Gig. As you have already experienced, it is a great gig and very rewarding. I loved the interaction that I generated with all the Customers and tried to make it fun and interesting for them. Weber have probably given you a set script of what to do which restricts you a bit. I let the customers guide me a lot and spent time giving them the information that they wanted. It is great when the same customers come back a few times to get more info, some came with notebooks and pens to write down recipesand instructions. Thats when I started to hand out some of my recipes each week and some copies of my book.

Cheers
Phil

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Naths new addition to the Family.

Post by Nath » Wed Oct 30, 2013 9:34 am

Thanks phil,
Yes there is a bit of a set script, mainly in regards to food, seems like its just pizza, steak, roast and muffins every week. But I think they are trying to du,b it down again because they had to many people asking more about the recipes than the bbq's. Anyway I'm happy to share any of my knowledge be it limited with others.


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Re: Naths new addition to the Family.

Post by Captain Cook » Wed Oct 30, 2013 10:30 am

I understand their reasons, they want to focus on selling. I am an old school salesman, I focus on the customer and the customers needs, I also believe in building credibility, rapport and respect with the customer as quickly as I can.
Each salesperson is different and different methods suit different personalities.

Cheers and happy demo'ing

Phil


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