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Pierre Auge 04-19-2006 12:30 PM

Hey folks I know this is so going to get me into trouble here but this is how I'm going to pay for a University Education.

My company Mission Specific Industries a new startup, is now the sole Canadian supplier for Hi-Temp weights a manufacturer of collegiate style bumpers. I am also the newest retailer for Chapman Power Systems. I will begin selling Michael Chapman's bars and bumpers shortly (within the next few days). Though my intention is to import these into Canada because of the severe lack of availability of quality products in the country, I will be offering CrossFitters globaly the opportunity to buy whatever I'm offering at significant discounts.

I know this is so going into pukies bucket and I understand. I'm risking looking like a profiteering bastard by posting this on the CF forum, but I am in the middle of leaving a successful career in order to teach CrossFit full time.


The Hi-Temp Bumpers are already available at www.mission-specific.com in the kitshop area. And the others will soon be available.

Chris MacFarlane 04-19-2006 12:48 PM

Another soldier retires from duty. Best of luck with your new path.

Which Uni are you going to?

Dave Campbell 04-19-2006 01:08 PM

Pierre,
I was stunned by the great deals on the Hi-Temp Bumper packages. I recently bought some metric bumpers and I really don't want to mix metric and pounds. All I saw were pounds in your offerings. Any chance you might offer metric packages?

Pierre Auge 04-19-2006 01:55 PM

Chris,
I will be attending Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ontario. It has one of the top Human Kinetics programs in the country.

Dave,
I will soon be offering Metric and Imperial weights from Chapman Power Systems. I'm still working on the pricing agreement but odds are the Chapman weights will be somewhat more expensive then the Hi-Temp weights as they are geared more towards a facility with proper lifting platforms and are a bit nicer to look at. While the Hi-Temp weights are designed to be used on less than perfect surfaces like concrete or outdoors.

Chris MacFarlane 04-19-2006 03:14 PM

Pierre,

That will be an improvement from living on a base in the mid prairies.Though never been to Shiloh, spent time in Wainwright.

You got the IMP's stockpiled to cut food costs?

Lynne Pitts 04-19-2006 03:58 PM

Pierre, there's only one way to keep this thread out of the Bucket:





You must send me bumpers as payola!:biggrin:

Pierre Auge 04-19-2006 04:09 PM

Lynne for you anything!


I'm gonna regret saying that aren't I!?!

Lynne Pitts 04-19-2006 04:14 PM

Nah...well, not too much, anyway! It'll only hurt for a little while...

Pierre Auge 04-19-2006 04:15 PM

Chris though I do have IMP's stockpiled being a paleo-intermittent fasting-zoner those are a deffinate last resort!!!

Pierre Auge 04-19-2006 05:31 PM

OK that's a great deal of emails I've had with questions and here are some answers.

Lynne you da bomb!!!

The Chapman bars are priced for CrossFitters as follows:

Elite Bar = $400.00 USD Regular $450.00 USD
Men's or Women's
Econo Bar = $290.00 USD Regular $340.00 USD
Men's or Women's

Shipping is per Order.

Chapman Bumpers: I'm still working on a pricing scheme right now.


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