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psst. new lower prices

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#1 Michelle Bridges

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Posted 31 October 2013 - 02:04 PM

From your PRO family


Jack Bridges, Michelle Bridges ,Chad Mason, Chris Bayless, Maureen Bayless, Tommy Stork, Jeff Bayless, Dexter Bridges, Oliver Bridges, Harley Bridges and Jax Mason


To all past and future PRO customers we would like to take a moment of your time and inform all of you about a significant development that has been happening here at GPI PRO.  Over the last 12 months we have leased facilities located in Visalia CA (NOT China). We have purchased tools and precision CNC machines made in the USA and hired on a manufacturing staff to produce our products from start to finish with no outside venders increasing their prices at every turn.  The advantage that in house manufacturing creates accomplishes several things.  It allows for savings to be passed on to our customers, it enables PRO to insure a high level of quality control, and has created more jobs for those qualified.


As in house manufacturing expands through our product line, price changes will take effect. The Titan arm is the first to benefit from the change as new prices are effective October 31st 2013. Happy Halloween!  I hope that this news is as exciting to our customers as it is to the staff here at PRO.

Hello everyone.


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#2 Tommy Stork

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Posted 31 October 2013 - 06:46 PM

I love this company!! The price for entry into the big leagues just became a lot more friendly!
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#3 Jens Piotrowski SOC

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Posted 02 November 2013 - 06:46 PM



This is a testament to your commitment and energy you have brought to this company.


Thank You.

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#4 Alec Jarnagin SOC

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Posted 02 November 2013 - 07:23 PM

Bravo!!!  I paid $20K for my Titan arm years ago and when it went up to $22K for a new one, I probably could have fetched a $20K return for it.  Now, I could probably still get $18K or $19K for a decade old piece of equipment.  Why?  Because it simply works.  Bullet proof!  Of course, all the talk of resell is meaningless until I retire because it is the only arm I will ever need (OK, I have an Atlas arm too for my custom PRO Lite HD).


Thank you PRO.

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