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Call for Estimates: 1st Quarter ’14

Deadline:  Sunday, October 6, 2013

to:  Wholesale Customers

date:  September 24, 2013

RE:  Estimates of need for January, February, March 2014

Note:  10 kilo minimum per yarn requirement

The Call for Estimates is intended to help Wool2Dye4 prepare for adequate stock levels for the future.  It is our way of getting our customers involved in our order process at our merino wool mill.  It is based entirely on forecasting future needs by looking at history of sales, trends, your marketing plans for the future.  It is a learned skill, and one which will get better with practice.

Your response to this Call

will be included in our Quarterly order to our merino mill.  You response will be included if you meet the following requirements:

1.  You are a wholesale customer with Wool2Dye4;

2.  The estimate is for a minimum of ten kilos per yarn;

3.  The estimate is submitted before October 6, 2013.

Send estimates to Yarnie@wool2dye4.com.

Remember: An estimate is not a private order

When you are ready for us to ship any yarns on your estimate, you must eMail us to request a private order. We will create a private order according to your directions, and post it on the website and send you a copy.  There will be a coded title of your private order, so when you are ready to pick up your reservation, go to the Private Order category, look for your own private listing, and click on it.  When you have clicked on the title, you will then be able to add it to your shopping cart.

If you cannot take your estimate, let us know.

If you find that your estimate was too high, or if there are some circumstances which will prevent you from reaching the estimate total, then please do let us know.  The key to making the Call for Estimates program work is good communication.  Your help will make our ordering reflective of what our customer base needs, and will enable us to carry the stock you will need in the coming quarter.

Many thanks for your participation.

Sheila

 



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