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Barking up the wrong tree
- To: Aquatic-Plants at actwin_com
- Subject: Barking up the wrong tree
- From: "Rachel Sandage" <rachelsor at hotmail_com>
- Date: Thu, 01 May 2003 07:17:07 -0700
Robert Paul Hudson wrote, and Jerry B agreed with this statement: "I wish
more American companies like Seachem would follow your example and get
involved with internet communities and organizations like the AGA."
I let it go, figuring that half the list would remark about it, but nobody
did, so I will. How much more can Seachem get involved with this internet
community? A post on this list about a Seachem product generally gets a
reply from Greg Morin with in 24-48 hours. That is not true of any other
aquarium products manufacturer, as far as I've seen. Maybe it is only true
of this list, and not of other lists or the AGA, but as Claus Christenson of
Tropica pointed out, CEOs have other drains on their time. Rather than
complain that Seachem is not out there, why not be grateful that it is here?
I found it really funny that the most recent version of the digest contained
the quote from Robert using Seachem as an example of lack of involvement,
and a post from Greg Morin replying to a question about Seachem Prime. For
those of you who didn't notice, Dr. Morin is the president & CEO of Seachem.
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