[CR]NAHBS...A Revolution is taking place!

(Example: Framebuilders:Norman Taylor)

From: <DonWalkerCycles@aol.com>
Date: Thu, 22 Sep 2005 12:59:21 EDT
To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
Subject: [CR]NAHBS...A Revolution is taking place!

Howdy All,

While the rest of Texas is bracing for what could be the worst storm ever to hit us, I am feverishly working on getting my presentation ready for Interbike ready and as slick as possible. I want to hit some of the folks that really need to be involved and get them on board for the best thing since indoor track racing.

Now, about this "Revolution". Its a subject I am covering as part of the presentation. I wont go too into detail, but it sure seems to me that more folks are getting tired of what the "big boys" bring to the playground and would rather become "individualized" by the independent builders out there. That's a good thing!

Now onto the latest...

I have 3 new commitments to report thus far this week.

Steve Rex from my hometown of Sacramento confirmed earlier this week and Tig maestro Carl Strong of Bozeman Montana signed up today. I personally am thrilled to have both of them join us for the best framebuilder show in the WORLD!

I am working on a commitment from another company from Wisconson , who shall remain nameless, and hopefully will have them nailed down by Monday, provided our house is still standing after Rita.

A third commitment is not of a builder, but I was given email confirmation that we will be a "cover story" of the San Francisco Chronicle's Calender section sometime in the near future. For those that don't know, the SFC Calender section is a huge publication and is looked upon "THE Guide" for fine arts and entertainment for the entire Bay Area. This is a huge amount of publicity for the show. I think this is a blessing and I want to give major thanks to Mr. Cauthorn for setting us up with them.

For those going to Interbike, email me ahead of time and lets see if we can get together for your own private screening of my presentation...if you have 5 minutes or so of free time.

Thanks for reading!