Warehouse 33 discount for 996outpost.com members!

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Post by sweet victory » Fri May 07, 2021 10:23 pm

Has anyone purchased from Jason recently? Seems like the website is down :(

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Re: Warehouse 33 discount for 996outpost.com members!

Post by FRUNKenstein » Fri May 07, 2021 10:40 pm

sweet victory wrote: Fri May 07, 2021 10:23 pm Has anyone purchased from Jason recently? Seems like the website is down :(
He shut it down last year in order to concentrate on the maintenance and race tuning shop he opened the year before:

https://www.bluelabelracing.com/

His shop is doing really well here in KC, and he wasn’t making a ton of money off the parts website. So, he decided it made more sense to focus on the shop. He still has all of his relationships with his parts vendors, though, which is good for his customers at the shop. I haven’t taken anything to him for service yet, but I need to get something in the shop just to try him out. Jason’s a good dude, and I’m glad his shop is doing so well.
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Re: Warehouse 33 discount for 996outpost.com members!

Post by sweet victory » Mon May 10, 2021 8:39 am

FRUNKenstein wrote: Fri May 07, 2021 10:40 pm
He shut it down last year in order to concentrate on the maintenance and race tuning shop he opened the year before:

https://www.bluelabelracing.com/

His shop is doing really well here in KC, and he wasn’t making a ton of money off the parts website. So, he decided it made more sense to focus on the shop. He still has all of his relationships with his parts vendors, though, which is good for his customers at the shop. I haven’t taken anything to him for service yet, but I need to get something in the shop just to try him out. Jason’s a good dude, and I’m glad his shop is doing so well.

Glad to hear! Can't fault him for making the best decision for his business. He has been awesome to deal with in the past and typically had the best prices. He will be missed!

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