Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Thumbs up to Vistaprint!

As a business owner I learned a long time ago that you must control overhead in every facet of your business.  In the economy we are currently dealing with this is even more true.  I would like to send out a resounding thank you to a company that is helping us keep our bottom line in check…Vistaprint.  Although we are a company centered around the outdoors (hunting and fishing) ... we are still a business.  The amount of letterhead, envelopes, folders, and cards that we need to continually market our company is tremendous.  Vistaprint has met our challenges each and every time.

During the initial start up of r.b. wright outdoors, I spoke with many of the local printers that I have had relationships with for years.  Although the quotes I received were fair, they were still higher than what I received from Vistaprint  I must admit that I was concerned that I would be sacrificing quality (both in customer service and product) by using an “online” company.  In truly looking at bottom line I chose to use Vistaprint.  I was pleasantly surprised that the online and telephone customer service was excellent and the product arrived earlier than I expected. 

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 If you are a business owner (no matter the industry) or if you have personal printing needs click  the Vistaprint logo on the left of this page.  I know you will be as happy as we were.

Thanks for your follow and look for our new website coming online next week. 

 We look forward to talking with you soon.

r.b. wright

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Tuesday Tip - June 21, 2011 - "Double Surgeon's Knot"

Today marks the first day of summer 2011 and for many of us that means fishing is on our mind. One of the tip request I received concerned the proper way to connect to separate fishing lines.  The best way to do this is using the "Double Surgeon's Knot".  Gordon Vanderpool, r.b. wright outdoors ProStaff and owner of Turning Stone Fly Fishing, does a fantastic job of breaking down the steps involved in tying this knot.

I hope that you found today's tip useful and informative and I greatly appreciate all of you that have been leaving comments as well as e-mailing suggestions.  We are working hard to share expert advice in regards to your questions and comments.

Thanks again for your follow and I look forward to talking with you soon.

r.b. wright

Monday, June 20, 2011

Outdoorsman 360 : "Credit and the Outdoorsman"

The purpose of Outdoorsman 360 again is to enable the everyday outdoorsman with the knowledge in three major areas - Health, Finance, and Life Balance.  Today's segment falls under the finance category.

The are few things more frustrating and stress inducing than issues regarding credit.  Today I am joined by longtime friend, Jordan Goldberg.  Jordan is an 18 year veteran of the credit industry.  He shares his insight regarding the factors that make up the credit score, how to protect your credit, and some tips on how to get off all those mailing lists!

I know many of you are still wondering about what Health, Finance, and Life Balance has to do with hunting and fishing.  It is simple - reduce the factors that create outside distractions and stress so you can enjoy your passion more.

I hope that you found this segment educational and helpful.  I also want to hear from you about what topics you would like to see us address on Outdoorman 360.  You can e-mail me at rb@rbwrightoutdoors.com.  I appreciate your feedback and look forward tohearing from you.

Thanks for you follow.

r.b. wright

Thursday, June 9, 2011

"Cooking with Uncle Lenox" - Feral Pig Ribs

WOW! There is a lot going on here at r.b. wright outdoors! We recently began releasing several different segments from some new series we have begun.  Today is no different.  Our latest series is entitled "Cooking with Uncle Lenox".  Lenox has been a friend of mine for many years and I have grown to appreciate his wit, outdoor wisdom, and his cooking expertise.  I am certain you will grow to appreciate him as well.  Today he is demonstrating the one of the best ways to prepare Feral Pig Ribs.


If you have questions about this segment or if you have an outdoor dish you would ike to see Lenox prepare please e-mail us at rb@rbwrightoutdoors.com.

As always I greatly appreciate your follow and look forward to talking to you again soon.
rb. wright

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Tuesday Tip - "Fishing the Dropshot" - June 7, 2011

The "Dropshot" is one of the easiest and yet most effective ways to put more bass into livewell.  Justin Harrell, r.b. wright outdoors prostaff, break downs the rig and shows how easy it is to set up and to fish.

Thanks for watching this week's tip.  If you have a tip that you would like to see us discuss on Tuesday's Tip, simply e-mail me at rb@rbwrightoutdoors.com.

I greatly appreciate your follow and look forward to talking with you soon.


r.b. wright

Outdoorsman 360 with Special Guest Kerry Mackey

This is our first segment in our new weries Outdoorsman 360.  Today's guest is Kerry Mackey - Chaplain to the Outdoorsman.  Kerry deals with the issue of "Priority and Balance".

It is the ultimate goal of Outdoorsman 360 to enable you to become a "Well rounded" outdoorsman and enjoy the outdoors more. Health, Finance, and Life Balance are the three topics that are discussed on Outdoorsman 360. 

We thank you for watching the segment and look forward to your feedback. If you have questions or comments, or if there is a topic that you would like to addressed on Outdoorsman 360, please e-mail me at rb@rbwrightoutdoors.com.

Thanks for you follow.

r.b. wright

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Tuesday TIp - "Dry Dropper Rig" - May 31st, 2011

This week tips once again features r.b. wright outdoors ProStaff member Gordon Vanderpool. Gordon discusses the "Dry Dropper Rig" that he fishes quite often this time of year.  While fishing with Gordon, we saw a tremendous amount of activity on the water surface -- several trout "sipping" flies as they drifted over.  However, the bite was slacking off and Gordon noted that although it appears that the fish are feeding on the surface, this is actually only accounting for about 20% of the activity.  To prove his point, Gordon switches to the "Dry Dropper Rig" and immediately began catching trout again.  As we have said in the past - this is a sport of adaptability and Gordon understands this better than anyone I know.

I hope that you enjoyed this segment and you found it beneficial. We appreciate your follow, your support, and your comments.  If you have questions about today's tip or if there is a subject you would like to us cover -- e-mail me at rb@rbwrightoutdoors.com or leave a comment below. 

Thanks again for your follow and I look forward to talking with you soon.

r.b. wright