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tirengolf

How to slow it down

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Ok guys since I am on a posting roll, I need some feed back . Little history on my shop , opened by my father 1961, I started there in 1975 , great cliental . The problem I have got is I have out grown my shop. I have raised prices, culled some, turned it away, etc. I cannot get any relief. " I Hope this does not come back to haunt me" How can I slow it down a bit. Really would like some input. I do not want to be a jerk about it and ripping people off is not in my book. How is the best way to turn it down a notch. I am booking about 2 weeks out now. Input greatly appreciated.

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