<VV> Vendor Appreciation?
stapon1 at earthlink.net
Sun Oct 23 01:21:53 EDT 2005
Thanks for your eloquent description on a topic that can have a very wide range of interpretation.
I feel that we are very fortunate to have a really competent group of vendors to support our hobby.
Rather than focus on bashing, the best way to pay respect to a vendor is not only to award them with your business; but to share the "good news" when things go well with the product and services that they have provided for you.
From: Sethracer at aol.com
Sent: Oct 22, 2005 11:42 PM
To: hmlinc at sbcglobal.net, virtualvairs at corvair.org
Subject: Re: <VV> Vendor Bashing?
My cut on "Vendor Bashing" may be a little different than how it has been
mentioned. (Disclaimer - I am a Corvair Parts vendor via Silicone Wire Systems)
I think vendor bashing might refer more to one vendor railing on another
vendor. The phrase:
"No vendor bashing. If you have a great product, say why yours is great.
Personal attacks are expressly forbidden."
Seems more like the restriction of bashing "FROM" vendors, rather than "OF"
vendors, except adding the verbal bashing of the actual operating person.
That actual wording was phrased that way because of certain prior occurances.
The whole point was to urge vendors to say how "good" their parts are - Not how
much "better" they are than someone elses. That kind of comparison
invariably leads to denegrating the products provided by another. I personally believe
that this is an extension of the trait of some people to feel that the only
way they can feel big is to make other people feel small. It is trait common
to bullies around the world. I can understand that some feel frustrated -
and if there was a way for them to voice it appropriately, I'm all for it!
Unless it drags down the level of discussion on Virtual Vairs and clogs up the
E-mail of hundreds. Then it has to stop.
Sethracer at aol.com
C's the day! Corvair, Camaro, Corvette
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