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by mjamero » Tue Dec 03, 2019 8:57 am

ZeroR2 wrote:I might be getting a board, but as anyone knows the travel is a distance to Sumner, WA or Hood River. If we can get a few buyers together and split the travel cost (van/gas/time).


Sent you a PM. I am buying the 2017 FA - WSB - Falcon Slalom TE 129L from the Sumner location.
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by ZeroR2 » Tue Dec 03, 2019 9:56 am

mjamero wrote:
ZeroR2 wrote:I might be getting a board, but as anyone knows the travel is a distance to Sumner, WA or Hood River. If we can get a few buyers together and split the travel cost (van/gas/time).


Sent you a PM. I am buying the 2017 FA - WSB - Falcon Slalom TE 129L from the Sumner location.


Nice. Email sent.
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by mjamero » Wed Dec 18, 2019 12:09 pm

Can someone recommend a parcel service in Blaine? I'm considering having a board shipped to the border from Sumner WA. I usually use Point 2 Point Parcel in Point Roberts but it sounds like this destination is a challenge for some carriers.
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by john m » Wed Dec 18, 2019 2:32 pm

I use Ship Happens in Blaine. Phone ahead to get shipping number,website explains details.
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by mjamero » Sun Dec 22, 2019 4:54 pm

john m wrote:I use Ship Happens in Blaine. Phone ahead to get shipping number,website explains details.


Thanks for the suggestion John. Looks like Ship Happens is at Sumas. This is a bit further than I want to drive from Richmond. Perhaps as a plan C.

Any suggestions for service around Blaine?
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by mjamero » Sun Dec 22, 2019 4:58 pm

Has any one here actually got their hands on one of these posted boards yet? It seems to be way more complicated and time consuming to arrange than it should be. Shouldn't the DEALER be assisting with the logistic arrangements? That's what a dealer is for. Getting frustrated. Rant over.
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by redbaron » Sun Dec 22, 2019 10:32 pm

mjamero wrote:Has any one here actually got their hands on one of these posted boards yet? It seems to be way more complicated and time consuming to arrange than it should be. Shouldn't the DEALER be assisting with the logistic arrangements? That's what a dealer is for. Getting frustrated. Rant over.



Easy on your rant my friend. I'm feeling the frustration the worst. There is quite a bit out of my control, and Im taking all the risk. Shipping this time of year is a nightmare. Hopefully things get back to normal in the newyear.

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by Ryan » Tue Dec 24, 2019 9:01 am

Both my boards have arrived in Blaine and Point Roberts, no hassles for me.
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by mjamero » Tue Dec 24, 2019 11:55 am

Ryan wrote:Both my boards have arrived in Blaine and Point Roberts, no hassles for me.


Thanks for the heads-up and feedback Ryan. Much appreciated. Did you ship to Point Roberts? If so, what carrier and what was the shipping cost? Did you ship to P2P Parcel?
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by Ryan » Tue Dec 24, 2019 3:08 pm

Our boards came from different warehouses and shipped to Blaine and Point Roberts, TSB shipping (I've used many times for boards). Worked out to $175 per board.
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