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OK, so now for something serious... So i'm in a senior rec league team We've been doing well the last few years and got another 7-8 games until the we move up another division next season and I think we maybe need to have some basic offensive sets or plays so everyone's moving and know where the need to be on the floor. Does anyone have experience in high school coaching and could recommend a simple offense or set of plays etc. that would be suitable for a rec team?...
Quote: Originally Posted by ApplesHK This highlights a problem with Jantzen and it's a problem I broached with Ricky. His staff let him down. There are 4 staff members at Jantzen. Ricky and his off sider Mr Black do most of the suit fittings. Alex is a younger fellow always in a suit and Samson is the young jeans wearing guy. My first impression of Jantzen was with Samson. I went to have a few shirts made. Samson showed me a pile of books and walked back...
sure, i admit 4 fittings (measured first, then adjusted 3 three times) is a bit much. but this is the first time i've used jantzen. no one on sf has adjusted their online measurements for jantzen more than twice? i find that hard to believe after reading this thread. it just happens that i did all my changes within 2 weeks. i wanted to get a perfect fit so that when i returned home i could reorder online with different fabrics to my hearts desire... im very thin...
question: has anyone been refused service at jantzen for being too fussy? i have recently while on holidays in hk, as well as a friend of mine (within 2 weeks of each other). short story: - first time visit to jantzen, get fitted for two shirts, which i ask for slim fit. - i have three extra fittings to get it to the slimness i want. - i pick up and pay for shirts, which fit great. - i return a few days later to pick out more fabrics and they tell me they...
thanks gnatty.... appreciate the insight, pretty much confirms what i thought it would be!
Hi, For the lawyers in the forums ...what does sort of day-to-day work does an ISDA Negotiator do and is there much career progression in this sort of legal role. For context, I've worked in mid-tier private practice for 3 years and most recently in-house at medium-sized companies for 2 years doing general corporate/commercial transactional work. I am looking to move to Asia and my contacts said there are many junior ISDA Negotiator opportunities at I-banks around. ...
sorry, to clarify my store is an online store only, no brick&mortar. i used oscommerce, and it had an australian direct deposit contribution - the order comes through but you don't send it til you get the deposit in your bank account. credit cards might be safer than paypal, but in my experience using both i had maybe 10chargebacks in an 18 month period, and with paypal no chargebacks or disputes, but only in a 7 month period. i do on average between 5-10...
final series was a bit of a snooze compared to the rest of the playoffs!
i highly recommend paypal only. i had a small clothing retail store and we accepted credit cards and direct deposit. we got quite a few chargebacks on the credit cards. then we intro'ed paypal a year later - no more chargebacks, 95% of customers use paypal and the rest direct deposit. no more direct credit card transactions. downside is you pay 1-3% more for paypal than credit card transactions. put it down to peace of mind and the cost of doing business...
thanks, for that. nice suit, not a big fan of peak lapels on sb though. im sure the suit will get a lot of interest though!
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