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snowey

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Date: 2/9/12 1:26 PM

If you live near Montgomery, Alabama, there is a Babylock dealer going out of business and selling items at a very good price. They have sergers, sewing machines and embroidery machines plus accessories. If you are interested, the name of the store is Sarah Howard Stone, Inc @ 334 263-2297. Don't think they will be shipping though.

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Date: 2/9/12 3:42 PM

I wished they did ship. I am after a serger for my upstairs and would like to get a Babylock this time. We only have one dealer within 40 miles radius and the guy is not all that good.

Thanks for posting though

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poorpigling

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Date: 2/9/12 4:51 PM

Me too.. I am still after that magenta Pink Laura Ashley model. which is so expensive

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Subject: Baby lock dealer going out of business Date: 2/9/12 8:20 PM

He should be able to ship if he no longer is a BL representative.

We are not to advertise businesses without PR's permission. I have no problem with your post, just don't want you to be banned from the site.

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Date: 2/10/12 0:08 AM

Isn't the Laura Ashley a Brother machine?

snowey

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Date: 2/10/12 8:49 AM

Don't post on this board very much and the one time that I do post in probably five years, I violate policy but not intentionally. These machines are so expensive, when you see a deal, you want to tell the world. The economy has hit this country hard and a lot of business just can't survive. I hate this store is going out of business because it has been in the community for a long time. Even though customer service was not the best sometimes, imo, it was convenient and they were knowledgeable. Again, sorry for violating policy.

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Date: 2/10/12 9:52 AM

You meant well Wouldn't this be OK under Machine Finds? Besides, you aren't promoting yourself, so I *think* it's OK anyway.

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Date: 2/10/12 11:55 AM


Yes, Olivia.. the Laura Ashley is a Brother.. not a Babylock.. but a Lot of Babylock dealers also carry the Brother line..

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Date: 2/10/12 11:57 AM


Snowey. I am not sure where the line is drawn.. as a lot of enabling goes on here at PR in the threads.. For instance.. whenever Sears closes out a machine and places it on sale.. or even Hancocks.. So I am thinking its when you directly advertise your own business.. or a sale you would somehow profit from.. As long as you are not affliliated I believe its okay..
If you are worried.. then PM a moderator asking for clarification...

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Date: 2/10/12 12:05 PM

Violation or not... I so wish I'd known this in December when I purchased two Babylock machines... and drove right through Montgomery a few days later to visit the family in Florida.

Could have helped a struggling company and possibly saved a $$. But I do love my dealer....

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Kathy O.
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