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post #1 of 12 Old Oct 22nd, 2007, 11:52 am Thread Starter
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Gerbing's Heated Gear - 20% off

http://www.grandprixmotorsports.com/

If anyone is in need of Gerbing's gear, check these folks out. The code at checkout is 'Stay Warm'.

I purchased a pair of G3 gloves from these folks last year and they did what they said they would do. Check the shipping - sometimes the 'computer' will try to charge more than is necessary - just call them and they will fix it.

No financial interest ........... you know. Buyer beware and all that other stuff.

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post #2 of 12 Old Dec 5th, 2007, 3:23 pm
 
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Uhhh

I am seriously interested in some Gerbing stuff...I entered the "Stay Warm" for the discount & it said invalid code. Any other suggestions.
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I am seriously interested in some Gerbing stuff...I entered the "Stay Warm" for the discount & it said invalid code. Any other suggestions.
"Stay Warm" probably expired - that post was several weeks ago.

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Call them and see what they say.

They may have a code somewhere on their site or Gerbing may have made them stop selling at a discount. Who knows.

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I am seriously interested in some Gerbing stuff...I entered the "Stay Warm" for the discount & it said invalid code. Any other suggestions.

Just checked the site - enter "Staywarm" - no space. The email did not make that distinction but it is there on their site.

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post #6 of 12 Old Dec 5th, 2007, 3:57 pm
 
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Ahh...very good! Staywarm no space worked. I've done some searching and that's the best discount I've found. THANX!!
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You need to shop around! You can get warmer liners at better prices

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You need to shop around! You can get warmer liners at better prices

It would seem that if you are going to advertize your retail company and the products you sell, you need to sign up as a vendor.

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How does one do that? Thanks

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It would seem that if you are going to advertize your retail company and the products you sell, you need to sign up as a vendor.

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Got me. Contact one of the moderators and I am sure they will sign you up.

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Step one: Sign up as a vendor here
Step two: Get in touch with Randy (best to send a PM) he will fix you up with your forum

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Like the website, I hate the Chinese garbage!

Go ahead and register as a vendor, anything made in America has got to be better than the junk that is made in China.

I need some heated gear.

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