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SAM E. STEPHENS
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I’m good at talking and killing stuff with a bow , do I get the job????

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Well, between my wife, 16-year-old son and I we could probably do the job. Don’t think my wife wants to move to Colorado though.....
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Keefer
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South,

I have to commend you on offering a really good job for the right person and it's nice of you to offer that job to someone in the traditional world.

It's great to see that folks like you are offering a dream job and your willingness to teach them certain parts of what it takes to be a bowyer.
This shows our economy is starting to turn around for the better once more and I used to work for a "Big name power tool company" that went to Mexico and over 1500 or more folks lost their jobs in our part of the world due to that but one thing good about that company was many folks learned to use CNC machines,Molding machines,packaging and computer skills etc.
I was a mold set up mechanic and learned one important thing and that was if machinery was down folks were able to move around to help in area's that weren't their daily part of the job and became a Team player so to speak.
You are offering a great position for someone and I seen your shop in a video and your passion for making the Stalker line of bows and you seem to have a system like I remember when I worked at the plant I'm referring to.
You enjoy the shop time creating and in need of someone to tend to the office and answering the phone etc.
That is a good indication you are growing and good to see that.
I'm hoping you do find someone that is able to do some of the tasks you need and I appreciate you putting this out there .
I'm not going to give you a hard time about you asking too much in a person but instead I am going to Commend you on being brave offering up a great job for someone.
God Bless you South and I'll pray that person is found!
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Way to Go South!!
I don't know why everybody is uptight about job description for, Those jobs are what we do in our shops everyday right?
Be sweet to have a hand with it all. 1 guy can only do so much.

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Nice reply Keefer!

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What if I turn in a resume that says I can guarantee i'll learn everything you teach me quickly! hah!

Colorado seems to be treating you well, South!

God Bless,

Daniel

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Wish I could move to Colorado. Since college I've wanted to design or create art/advertisement for an archery company. Teaching is cool but doesn't leave much time to do my own art. Good luck finding someone for the pisition!
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Sounds like a job John from Johns Custom Archery would be qualified for. Go for it John.
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That sounds really interesting. Kind of tempting.
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Seems like a dream job might be a mattress tester or beer taster. I don't drink but to each his own
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