20. February 2010 00:56
We've partnered with Makita for the rest of February and the month of March to offer some incredible incentives on their line of outdoor power equipment. Thanks to a special deal we've put together with Makita we're offering an additional "instant" manufacturer rebate of $20-$30 off every Makita chainsaw, trimmer and blower that we sell. The rebates are instant and marked off our already low everyday prices. There's no forms to fill out or send in, just drop the product into your cart or give us a call toll-free at 1-800-322-4539. You'll want to hurry though, because these rebate prices are limited to the stock we have on hand. These prices really are incredible. For example, you can get the 5-star rated, 64cc DCS6401 for only $469.95! You'll be hard pressed to find a price this low on a new 6401 anywhere else. The specials aren't limited to chainsaws, though. You'll save on their trimmers, brushcutters and blowers, too. Best of all, aside from chainsaws, all of Makita's outdoor power equipment is 4-cycle - so there's no mixing oil and the machines are quite a bit quieter than their 2-cycle counterparts. Gear up for Spring and save some big bucks in the process.
Until next time - good cutting,
10. February 2010 19:16
Join us at the Sierra Cascade Forest Products Construction & Equipment Exposition this Thursday, Friday and Saturday. We'll be bringing our famous Lucas Mill to the Conference. This is the 61st exposition and sure to be plenty for everyone there. It is promoted as the "Largest Equipment Display in Northern California!" Not only that but there will be a Logging Competition, "Wild Things" Wildlife Show and interestingly a Backhoe Rodeo. All this for free at the Redding Convention Center in Redding, California. Stop by our outdoor demonstration area to see the Lucas Mill in action and meet our friendly staff. As an added benefit for attending, if you place an order with us at the show over $200 you'll get free UPS Ground shipping (small print: Certain restrictions apply and we are not setup to accept cash at the event - credit cards or checks only, please).
Redding Convention Center
Sarah Palin Keynote Speech Update... It hasn't been easy to find information about this speech which took place this past Monday. Perhaps the Redding, CA speech was overshadowed by the news about the "crib" notes she wrote on her hand at the Tea Party speech in Nashville the previous week. In any case, I was hoping to find the Sierra Cascase speech on youtube, but a search at this point yields no results. I did find a couple of first-hand accounts that said she was given "a Rock Star's welcome." I personally thought it was unusual to schedule a keynote speech three full days prior to the actual opening of the event, but I'm sure that had as much to do with Mrs. Palin's schedule as anything else. Other details of note: The two speeches she gave at the Redding Convention Center were completely sold out. 4,000 people paid between $54 for a balcony seat to $74 for a floor seat to hear her speak. If you find a video posted for the speech, please send me a link via our Contact Us page.
1. February 2010 00:36
Well, here's an interesting news flash for you. Love her or hate her, you have to admit she draws a crowd and is one very interesting woman. NOTE: The "Nadine Bailey" referenced in the news clip below is no relation to the Bailey's catalog company.
REDDING, California -- Sarah Palin is scheduled to be the keynote speaker at the Sierra-Cascade Logging Conference next February in Northern California. Sierra-Cascade Logging Conference executive director Nadine Bailey said Palin will kick off the weeklong timber industry gathering Feb. 8 in Redding, California. Bailey said the former Alaska governor and 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee has not settled on a theme for the speech but would be stopping in Redding in part to promote her book. The book, "Going Rogue," will be released Tuesday. Tickets for Palin's appearance go on sale Monday for $54 and up. Bailey has declined to say how much Palin will be paid for the speech.
After a hiatus of a couple of years, Bailey's will be returning to the Sierra-Cascade Logging Conference in 2010. The Bailey's crew will be demonstrating the famous Lucas Portable Sawmill, so if you're in the neighborhood, be sure to stop by and say "hi!" Now I know what you're thinking and, no, we did not decide to attend the conference after hearing that the former vice-presidential candidate was the keynote speaker. Though I readily admit that I think it will be one very interesting keynote speech and I'm going to do my best to be there to see her.