Thursday, December 18, 2014

Want to Work from Home? Partner with Arise Today!

If you have a land line phone at home and desire to be your own boss by working at home here is an opportunity that I would recommend to you.  I received the following email from Arise that looks pretty interesting.  If this interest you please check it out and then add your comments to this post.

Set your own hours
Be your own boss
or join an existing business in the Arise Network!

We are contacting you because you expressed interest in work from home opportunities on CareerBuilder.com earlier this year.
Why Partner with Arise?

Work from the comfort of home$9- $13 per hour revenue potentialFlexibility of setting your own scheduleNo commute to an office

ABOUT ARISE

Arise contracts with thousands of small businesses
started by individuals just like you!
These small businesses provide sales, customer service, and technical support for Fortune 150 companies such as Staples, Orkin and Carnival. We also have great opportunities available with two of the major telecommunications companies in the United States, for those service providers that possess strong customer service and technical experience.
¿Habla EspaƱol?
We have opportunities for those service providers who are bilingual in Spanish.

This is not an offer of employment. It is an opportunity to enter in to a business-to-business relationship with Arise.
If you reside in the states of AZ, DE, GA, IN, KS, KY, MI, MT, NC, ND, NH, NJ, PA, TX, VA, WA or WV we have many opportunities, including an exclusive opportunity with the world’s largest online retailer, and many incentives available.

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Work From Home Opportunity 3

The following is an e-mail reply that I sent to an individual that offered me at networking "Work From Home Opportunity"

Hi Dennis,

Thank you for the opportunity that you are sharing with me.  However, I will have to pass at this time because I have too many projects going right now.  In your LinkedIn e-mail you ask if I have a business and I do have several that are taking up a lot of my time.  I don't think I can take on another at this time.  Here are some of my projects:

Email Processors needed - Earn $25 per email - Email Work From Home: http://www.emailworkfromhome.com

Domain Names on sale from $1.99 to $9.99 - The Buy-Sell Networkhttp://www.thebuysellnetwork.com

PaySpree Affiliate- http://payspree.com/r/120396 - If you enroll in my Email Work From Home program PaySpree will provide your website for a one time fee of $10.  PaySpree is how your "BUY NOW" button on your website is linked to your PayPal account.  You would need to provide your own domain name and you can buy that through GoDaddy for $10 for buy through me for $9.99 at The Buy-Sell Network mentioned above.  Once you setup your Email Work From Home program then you may want to become an affiliate for PaySpree.  Here's is a sample marketing email you could use to promote the PaySpree program:

"PaySpree: An Affiliate Network That Pays Instant Commission On Every Product"

If you sell digital products online you are no doubt aware of the two most popular affiliate networks, ClickBank and PayDotCom.

While both of these are great and I highly recommend each of them, today I came across a brand new service that really caught my attention. It's called PaySpree and the reason it caught my attention is that ALL its members get paid for their sales instantly. And they can choose whether to be paid by PayPal, AlertPay or Credit Card.

Even affiliates get paid for their referred sales instantly.

I expect it to become quite a hit as the lure of 'instant commissions'  played a big part in the massive success of products such as 7DollarSecrets and the RapidActionProfits scripts. And PaySpree offers even more than what you get with those.

I've actually come across products for sale that are just lists of affiliate programs that pay instant paypal commission. And I've seen many threads in the various internet marketing forums asking about where to find instant commission affiliate programs. Now there is an entire site and marketplace dedicated to them.

As soon as you become a member you can start promoting any product in the marketplace, and you can add your own products so affiliates can promote them for you. All commission payments are handled automatically by PaySpree, it sounds like a winner to me.

I've just signed up and had a look around the site and it seems pretty simple and non cluttered, check it out at the link below and let me know what you think:


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FaceBook Auto Responder - http://www.facebookgroupautoposter.com/members/aff/go/welldone - as a network marketer you will want to sign up for this service as it allows to post ads to larger numbers of people by broadcasting to FaceBook groups.  This will broadcast your ads that will be seen by hundreds of FaceBook users at the same time.  And, you may want to become an affiliate and earn a commission by offering this program just as I am offering it to you.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Sincerely,
Chet 

Thursday, December 11, 2014

Affiliate Opportunity




If you sell digital products online you are no doubt aware of the two most popular affiliate networks, ClickBank and PayDotCom.

While both of these are great and I highly recommend each of them, today I came across a brand new service that really caught my attention. It's called PaySpree and the reason it caught my attention is that ALL its members get paid for their sales instantly. And they can choose whether to be paid by PayPal, AlertPay or Credit Card.

Even affiliates get paid for their referred sales instantly.

I expect it to become quite a hit as the lure of 'instant commissions'  played a big part in the massive success of products such as 7DollarSecrets and the RapidActionProfits scripts. And PaySpree offers even more than what you get with those.

I've actually come across products for sale that are just lists of affiliate programs that pay instant paypal commission. And I've seen many threads in the various internet marketing forums asking about where to find instant commission affiliate programs. Now there is an entire site and marketplace dedicated to them.

As soon as you become a member you can start promoting any product in the marketplace, and you can add your own products so affiliates can promote them for you. All commission payments are handled automatically by PaySpree, it sounds like a winner to me.

I've just signed up and had a look around the site and it seems pretty simple and non cluttered, check it out at the link below and let me know what you think:

Customer Service Representative / No Telemarketing Required

Job Description

We need help getting back to our prospects that have requested information via email, our system is very easy to use. Make great money right from home.
  1. To start earning today go to www.emailworkfromhome.com 
WOULD YOU LIKE TO:
Make an executive level income working from home?
Really make a difference in the lives of others?
Not hassle friends and family members?
Not make any cold calls?

We are seeking inside sales representatives to work from home with just a laptop with an industry leader in our $64 billion dollar industry. Let us show you how to earn a six figure income within sixty days.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Need computer with internet access
Ability to follow guidelines
Must have great communication skills
No telemarketing, no selling
Able to perform simple copy and paste duties for email
Get paid daily. training is provided
Part-time or full time
Over $800 weekly pay


ABOUT THE BUSINESS:
Full Support & Training
Simple System - Up & Running In 2 Hours
Highly Lucrative
Make over $250 Per Day
Part Time/Full Time
NO Experience, NO Problem

ESSENTIALS:
Strong desire to become financially independent
Ready to reap the rewards of business ownership
Professional attitude and good communicator
No sales or marketing experience required


To start earning today go to www.emailworkfromhome.com 

People from all backgrounds seeking full time opportunities or internships in the following areas are encouraged to inquire about our program: sales, customer service, part time, managers, accounting, marketing, clerical, management, public relations, human resources, driver, security, administrative assistant, purchasing, medical, administrative, receptionist, retail, maintenance, warehouse, sports teams, entry level, education, finance, director, telecommunications, real estate, training, engineering, insurance, data entry, project manager, information technology, part time, printing, technician, legal, automotive, teacher, winter, banking, analyst, nursing, restaurant, controller, network, public relations, environmental, nurse, design, quality, safety, secretary, office, assistant, hotel, accountant, account executive, vice president, medical assistant, transportation, supervisor, general, public relations, advertising, writer, fraternity, social services, finance, java, all, graphic, public relations, mba, holiday, office manager, sales manager, field representative, mortgage, social work, training, cms, attorney, research, payroll, oracle, executive assistant, paralegal, courier post, drivers, pharmaceutical, operations, president, web, help wanted, rn, advertising, law enforcement, auto cad, health care, executive, food, production, chef, sports oriented, cad, project management, tax, auto, editor, hospitality, hvac, training, team player, pharmaceutical sales, tourism, it, collections, spanish, unix, art, buyer, facilities, professional, mechanical, bartender, help desk, hospitality, travel, logistics, call center, truck driver, inventory, financial ,computers, communications, pharmacist, police, teaching, counselor, chemist, plant manager, ncaa, photography, promotional advertising, book keeper, medical sales, electrical engineer, health, trader, bilingual, business analyst, recruiter, junior executive, cfo, accounts payable, account manager, sports, sorority, cashier, financial, music, social worker, publishing, project, support, business development, lpn, welder, clerk, technical, quality assurance, promotional sales, government, distribution, secretarial, sales management, mental health, nanny, child care, registered nurse, cna, Japanese, technical support, administration, property manager, cook, shipping, pharmacy, coordinator, entertainment, management training, new grads.
By submitting your resume you are giving us permission to contact you through our automated call center and phone system.

Monday, November 24, 2014

SCAM ALERT!

Be aware.  It's that time of year again.

This fraud alert has been issued in the news and verified through Snopes.com; see below.  They confirm it is real.

VERY IMPORTANT!!!!

Feel this worth passing along.   With the  holidays coming up, this could be a real problem.
The newest virus circulating is the UPS/Fed Ex/USPS Delivery  Failure.

You will receive an e-mail from UPS, Fed Ex, or  USPS along with a packet number.
It will say that they were  unable to deliver a package sent to you on such-and-such a date.
It  then asks you to print out the invoice copy attached. 
DON'T TRY TO PRINT THE INVOICE COPY.   IT LAUNCHES THE VIRUS!

Pass this warning on to all your PC  operators at work and home.
This virus has  caused Millions of dollars in damage in the past few days.


Thursday, August 21, 2014

10 biggest goofs salespeople make SALES TIP

Becoming a more successful sales professional today does not usually require a major, dramatic shift in one's sales skills. As with other world champions, products and services are sold today by one person, and not another, because someone got the edge. Someone did something, perhaps unnoticeable, which created that 1/1000th of a second difference that made him or her the winner who got the sale.

One of the most critical reasons salespeople aren't more successful is because they become discouraged. They began to doubt themselves and their products. Like many of us, they lose sight of their real purpose as a sales representative.

One solution is to be reminded of the importance of salespeople in world society. Without them we never would know about products and services that may save and enrich our lives. Salespeople are the "doctors" who uncover our wants and needs and provide us with goods and services which make us more successful, look good, feel good, be healthier, happier and, in every way, better off because of them. Salespeople have a high calling, an important and critical purpose in the world.

1. Salespeople Fail to REALLY Listen.

Commentary: The 80/20 rule. Listen 80% of the time; talk only 20%. This is very tough for many salespeople. By asking a lot of questions you'll be listening to the answers more. Learn to take written notes and ask for more information.

Tip: Listen to your customers actively; be really interested. No, be fascinated! Sit on the edge of your chair, literally.

2. Salespeople Jump into the Presentation too soon.

Commentary : Ask more questions until you're sure that you fully, completely, 100% understand your client's needs, wants, expectations, and feelings and then, and only then, give your sales presentation.

Tip: Wait before you explain your product or service. As David Sandler, says, "Don't spill your candy in the lobby," don't tell the good news on page one.

3. Salespeople Presume the Prospect's Need.

Commentary "I know exactly what you need," is probably the dumbest thing to every say or even think. No medical professional would ever prescribe a cure until after much questioning and examination. Neither should you.

We are "sales doctors." So, in uncovering the need, remember, most people buy things to make them look good, look clever, and appear successful. No kidding. The second most common reason for buying things is to make the person feel good or to overcome some pain, real or imagined. These two motives, looking good and feeling good, lie at the heart of nearly every buying decision.

As a sales doctor, make sure you thoroughly understand your prospect's "ordinate" pain, the one that your product or service will solve.

Tip: Be a "sales doctor." Be sure that you've thoroughly explored exactly how your customer wants to look and feel by using your product. Then support them in their conclusion.

4. Salespeople Fail to Uncover the Budget, up front.

Commentary: Everyone saves time when all concerned know the budget range, up front. Not to do so wastes everyone's time. Since we're all slightly wacko about money, it's hard to get to the truth about financial matters. But, if you're asking a lot of clear questions per #1.-3., above, you'll probably create enough trust and professional rapport to ask for and get an honest budget amount.

Tip: Ask for a ballpark budget number, a range, "off the record," "in round numbers," and then refine it.

5. Salespeople Fail to get a buying Commitment, from someone with authority to buy.

Commentary: Many great sales presentations are made to folks who can't say yes. You must find out who can. Maybe it's a committee, maybe it's a spouse, might be the owner, or the CFO, better find out. Be ready to reschedule the sales call, if necessary.

Tip: Give your sales presentations only to those who can make buying decisions.

6. Salespeople Chat and "Make Friends," Building Rapport for Hours.

Commentary: Making friends is great, but it doesn't necessarily make sales. So, what's the answer? Find one thing, ONE thing, in common. That's enough rapport. Notice the golf trophy, if you're a golfer, the college pennant, if you relate to that university, talk about it for 2, TWO, minutes then move on to your client's needs, budget, and buying authority. This is not a social call.

Tip: As a salesperson, be friendly, don't make friends.

7. Salespeople Answer Unasked Questions, especially "Objections."

Commentary: This is my personal favorite goof. "Uh, you're probably wondering why our prices are so high. Well, in fact, they're not really that high, they're..." Got it? Don't do this. Don't "know" what they've maybe heard. Should a customer raise an objection, don't answer it. It probably isn't a question anyway. Ask why they raised the "objection."

Tip: Assume that prospects know nothing about you, your products, or your organization and don't tell them until they ask.

8. Salespeople don't understand or properly relate to the Client's Unique Personality.

Commentary: Each one of us is unique and special. We all want to think that we got a bargain, that we got special treatment. We all operate from different levels of im-maturity, yes, immaturity all day long. Knowing this is an advantage to you, an edge.

Many of us, not all, just about 30 to 40 percent of us, are overgrown two-year-olds! We're all mostly acting like selfish egomaniacs, complaining that the world won't devote itself to making us happy. We're looking out for Number One.

Our best advice about this to you, as a sales doctor:
  1. Make us, your customers, as happy and comfortable as you possibly can;
  2. Ask Questions and listen more attentively
  3. Say "That's interesting," "Tell me more," "How did that feel?" and "You're right" a lot;
  4. When we ask about you, let us know that you and your firm are absolutely "number one;" and,
  5. Be prepared. Make each sale unique, give each person something special a unique discount or add-on.

Tip: Everyone's a "Number One." Let us know, that you understand that we are.

9. Salespeople Try to Control and Manipulate the Sale.

Commentary: We all like to shop and buy stuff, some of us even like to sell, but we all hate to be sold. We all say "No Thank You, I'm just looking." when the sales person says, "Can I help you?" Why? Because we don't want to be controlled. Our guerrilla advice is: Stop selling.

Start listening to what your prospects want with respect to your product or service. Find out what they really need. Does your product match or fulfill that need? If not, be willing to leave. You'll never be invited to do so. Let the customer's needs and priorities govern the call.

Concerning the match between your product and your customer's wants, needs and budget; when you admit to any negative, the customer will come up with a positive; and you'll look great.

Tip: Everyone knows when they're being controlled or manipulated and we resist it. Don't do it. By actively inviting your customer to be "in control," you are really in more control; because you're the one who's giving it out!

10. Salespeople Have no Systematic Approach to Sales.

Commentary: A lot of selling is "hit and miss." It's sometimes called "Good Ole Boy-Good Ole Gal" Selling. The salesperson shows up, chats a bit, asks a few leading questions and/or launches into a sales presentation.

Time is very valuable to all of us. You don't need to memorize pages of a sales presentation. Follow a successful model or sales track. If you get off course, use it to get back on. We teach a simple memory device which will keep you on a proven track to dramatically close more sales. We call it NaB & CaPTuRe. Two good guerrilla words, easy to remember. We spell them with the consonants capitalized to remind you of the most successful and most efficient track to professional selling.

Follow these six steps, NBC/PTR:

  1. N stands for Need. Find out your prospect's needs first;
  2. B stands for Budget. Uncover the prospect's budget second, after you're sure that you understand the need fully;
  3. C stands for buying Commitment (Who has the authority to buy),
  4. P for your sales Presentation;
  5. T for Transaction (the paperwork); and,
  6. R for Reward. (Great sales agents are taught to regularly throw in a little something extra with each sale. It makes customers feel special.)

Tip: Nab and capture more sales with the winning NaB & CaPTuRe Sales Track!

Friday, July 18, 2014

Work From Home Opportunities 2

Yesterday I gave you some ideas of "Work From Home" opportunities and I'm sure that information was useful to some of my readers.  However, you may be one of those that does not have excess "STUFF" to sell and you really do not feel this fits with your desires.

Perhaps your are one of those individuals that would rather work another company at your home.  There is nothing wrong with that and as a matter of fact there are more employers that offer work from home positions than ever.

One thing I would caution you on is there are scams out there that promise you a great opportunity, but are fraudulent in that there is not an opportunity for you to make money.  They want to steal your identity instead.  Do your do diligence before you give up your personal information.  Make sure they are a legitimate company.

You may have a need to work for a company that offers flexible hours because of young children or other obligations.  In that case I would recommend that you work for a company that sells products on TV, i.e, late night infomercials, or TV programs like QVC and HSN.  Your job would be to receive inbound calls from customer wanted to buy what they saw offered on TV.  If you like to talk on the phone and can sell you will do well here.  You must be able to take the order and they up-sell to other products.  If you are just an order taker I do not recommend this type of work.

If this type of work interest you go online and do a Google search for "Work From Home" and you will see a long list of opportunities for you to investigate.  If you decided to apply for the position please make sure the company is real and does have a real opportunity.  I recommend local companies first.

Please fee free to order a free copy of my eBook "Well Done" as there are some great ideas in the eBook that will help you better manage your finances through budgeting.

Work From Home Opportunities

If you are seeking a part-time, or even full-time opportunity, whereas you can work from home then I have some suggestions for you based on my life experiences.  Several years ago I read a book on how to sell books on Amazon.  I had a stock pile of old books, VHS, cassette tapes, CD's, and DVD's that were collecting dust.  I posted them on Amazon and orders were coming in everyday therefore I was at the post office everyday shipping my products.

Well, I was doing so well selling those small items I decided to venture out and sell some of excess "STUFF" in the attic on eBay.  I posted items, i.e., old printers, scanners, pressure cookers, and baskets, just to name a few.  I could not believe how easy it was to sell my "STUFF".  It was so easy some of my friends and family asked me to sell some of their "STUFF".  My wife bought other people's "STUFF" and we resold these item's on eBay for a profit.

One thing I didn't like about selling on Amazon and eBay was the fees.  The fees are like paying commissions to a sales rep that is promoting my products.  Should you decide to sell your products using these sources you will have to decide whether paying taxes and the source fees is really generating enough profit for you.  Raising your prices may help on some items, but other items are regulated by what the market will bear.  I do not recommend buying someone else's inventory before you know for sure there is a market for the product(s).  Test the market first as a person's inventory for sale is for sale because they do not have a good market for the product(s).  Do your due diligence before investing because the lust of the eyes and the love of money(personal greed) can cause one to spend foolishly.

Another venture worth looking into is to become a reseller.  I found a local company that specializes in home surveillance and security devices that allowed me to buy their products when the products sold on Amazon and eBay.  This was a great opportunity for me as I did not have to stock any inventory, any packing, nor shipping by USPS, FEDEX, or UPS.  They did everything for me.  I paid my vendor for the product and my profit came when the buyer paid for their purchases.  Amazon does direct deposit into your check account and your eBay sales are paid to your PayPal account.  This was an easy and fun business that I highly recommend that you investigate.  Be sure to talk to your accountant before you start this venture as it could negatively impact you with taxes and other business expenses involved in a part-time business venture.

What is your niche?  What do you like to do? What are your hobbies?  Should you decide you want to get into a side business, or even a full-time endeavor, you need to know where your passion lies.  In my younger days I was a detail draftsman for a large box and crate manufacture.  My job was to edit the designs of sales engineers in the field and do all the production drawings for the manufacturing plants.  One day I had the thought that I should build outdoor type furniture for decks and patio's using my box, crate, and pallet design skills.  You can see most of these products on this BLOG.

Selling my outdoor projects was not a product that I could sell on Amazon or eBay because of the size and the weight.  My market was only going to be my local market area therefore I started posting these products and Craig's List.  I highly recommend that you sell your products on Craig's list because Craig's List does not charge you a fee and currently you will not have to pay taxes on your personal sales.  (I am not an account therefore you should contact your account or tax adviser and not take my word for it.

Craig's List has been so successful for us we have stopped selling on Amazon and eBay.  One thing you will enjoy is you will not have to deliver your product(s) to the USPS, FEDEX, or UPS or pay a shipping fee.  Since I have a pickup truck I have delivered my product(s) to my customer's home, but most customer come to your home or business to pickup their purchases.  Craig's List is my favorite advertising method as it is the least expensive

I will share more ideas later.

Monday, June 30, 2014

Ideas To Make Life Easier

Why didnt I think of that?!  We guarantee you'll be uttering those words more than once at these ingenious little tips, tricks and ideas that solve everyday problems.


Hull strawberries easily using a straw
Rubbing a walnut over scratches in your furniture will disguise dings and scrapes

Remove crayon masterpieces from your TV or
computer screen with WD40

Stop cut apples browning in your childs lunch box
by securing with a rubber band

Overhaul your linen cupboard, store bed linen sets
inside one of their own pillowcases and there will
be no more hunting through piles for a match

Pump up the volume by placing your iPhone & iPod
in a bowl.  The concave shape amplifies the music

Re-use a wet-wipes container to store plastic bags

Add this item to your beach bag.  Baby powder
gets sand off your skin easily, who knew?!

Attach a Velcro strip to the wall to store soft toys

Use wire to make a space to store gift wrap rolls
against the ceiling, rather than cluttering up the
floor

Find tiny lost items like earrings by putting a
stocking over the vacuum hose

Make an instant cupcake carrier by cutting
crosses into a box lid

For those who cant stand the scrunching and
bunching: how to perfectly fold a fitted sheet

Forever losing your bathroom essentials?  Use
magnetic strips to store bobby pins, tweezers
and clippers, behind a vanity door

Store shoes inside shower caps to stop dirty
soles rubbing on your clothes.  And you can
find them in just about every hotel

A muffin pan becomes a craft caddy.  Magnets
hold the plastic cups down to make them
tip-resistant

Bread tags make the perfect cord labels

Bake cupcakes directly in ice-cream cones, so
much more fun and easier for kids to eat

Microwave your own popcorn in a plain brown paper
bag.  Much healthier and cheaper than the packet
stuff

Install a tension rod to hang your spray bottles

Turn your muffin pan upside down, bake cookie-dough
over the top and voila, you have cookie bowls for fruit
or ice-cream

Freeze Aloe Vera in ice-cube trays for soothing
sunburn relief

Create a window-box veggie patch using guttering

Use egg cartons to separate and store your

If you have an idea that makes your life easier please fee free to share with me and I'll post it on this BLOG.  Send your e-mail to Chet at: thebuysellnetwork@comcast.net.

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Portable WorkStation "For Sale"

This heavy duty work station is on wheels making it easy to move about your salon or workshop.  This work station has eight electrical plugins for multiple electrical tools or blow dryers and curling irons. 

Size 37-7/8" left to right x 17-1/2" front to back x 35-1/4" high.

Your Price: Only $100





Sunday, May 4, 2014

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Monday, April 28, 2014

14" x 14" Pallet for Plants $2.00 each

New 14" x 14" wooden pallets designed to keep your potted plants off of your patio or deck.

Your Price: Only $2.00 each



48" Work Table

SOLD

Narrow work table that is idea for woodworking shop or crafters.  This table has been used as holding table to slide lumber to a chop saw.  Has open storage at the base and cross pieces at the base for stability.

Your Price: Only $20


Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Five-Board Bench

Five-Board Bench

Bring a classic piece of Colonial Americana into your home with my latest project.  True to its name, this bench consists of only five parts.  This design seats two adults or three children comfortably.

Overall Size: 48" (L) x 18" (H) x 11-1/4" (D)

The bench in the picture was made with birch plywood and can be made with, pine lumber, or soft hardwood lumber per your specs.

This design is a sample of the many sizes and designs that I can build for you.  Woodworking is a hobby of mine and if you are thinking about woodworking as a hobby I highly recommend that you purchase the book where this particular design came from - "The Complete Book of Woodworking".  Click on the following link:


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You may purchase the above five-board bench as is for $35.  For questions send a text message to 615-305-2474 or 615-915-1865.

Friday, June 21, 2013

60" Wooden Bench "For Sale" $125


This custom built and sturdy wooden bench is in stock and ready for you to pick up today. All materials are pressure treated southern yellow pine lumber. The slats used for the seat, back, and arms are radius edged decking 5/4 x 6 boards.

Your bench has been sealed with a weather proof and clear sealant that enhances the beauty of Southern Yellow Pine Lumber.

Your Price is only $125 picked up here in Cool Springs or $150 delivered within 25-miles of Cool Springs. 

You may also order a new production of this item without the weatherproof sealant for only $100.

Picture Notes: The bench shown in the garden is my 48" design and the price for this bench is only $85.00 without the weatherproof sealant.


Call or text Chet at 615-305-2474


This item may also be seen on Craig's List