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Old 08-29-2012, 08:02 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by dblr
We took the tour when we were in the area in August and was told it takes 2-3 days to complete 1 unit. When we took the tour it was after all the workers left for the day but we did get to talk to a few guys from part and warranty plus they replaced 2 shades for us and supplied me with caulk to recaulk some areas that needed it. All in all the wife would like to upgrade now so much for a FREE tour it might end up costing me money
Thanks for the info...that timeframe was what I was guessing

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Old 08-31-2012, 10:26 PM   #12
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Tour in July

I also look the factory tour in early July, as I am thinking of getting a 36ckts. When I took it they scheduled the tours for late afternoon after the work day has ended. They start work at like "O dark thirty" in the morning but stop by mid afternoon. A young lady from the office I believe her name was Brittany gave the tour and spent a lot of time giving a very thorough tour (unlike Heartland, in and out 30 minutes max) I was really impressed with her presentation. She showed some of the new things being added. They are trying to brighten the kitchen color up. New cabinet hardware, lighter stands out better. New counter tops, lighter color more of a swirl like pattern. When I saw them in the preassembly I wasn't to impressed but when I saw them in an assembled unit they looked really nice. Getting away from the little speakers and putting in a sound bar. I might be mistaken but I think it was Samsung. It was a tour well worth taking, especially being able to ask questions and straight answers, not salesman hype.

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Old 09-02-2012, 01:13 PM   #13
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I'm surprise they(Amish) let you take their picture.
Yikes, I didnít even think about Amish preferring not to be photographed. I was just interested in taking some photos at the plant. No one seemed displeased that I was taking photos so perhaps they were Mennonites.


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