Traveling wholesale taxidermist for hire. Chriss Reese, professional taxidermist with twenty-five years experience, is offering his services across the USA. He specializes in fish mounts.
Many taxidermy shops fall behind in their work for various reasons – it happens. The result is annoyed customers, loss of business, stress, lack of income, and bad references.
The solution is to get the work caught up fast. With a traveling wholesale taxidermist, taxidermy shops can do just that.
Chriss goes to other shops, works under the shop owners' supervision, and turns out work to their quality and specifications. He can do any level of project completion.
He travels the country, working in the deep south during the winter months. In mid-summer, he's available in the northern most states. His summer route includes the the central states.
With reasonable wholesale rates, shops can get the work turned out to the client and still make a profit. They gain happier, satisfied customers who not only return again and again, but bring their friends with them.
Animals in the freezer do not make taxidermy shops any money. They only rack up the electric bill. Chriss helps get them out of there, and converts cold animals to cold cash.
Chriss Reese has been a wholesale taxidermist for many years serving many big name customers in Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri, and Texas whom he can't name in this letter. Why? Well, because they do not want their customers to learn someone else has done that work for them. Chriss assures the shops that their secret that they hire a traveling wholesale taxidermist is safe.
Customers don't know who performed the work. The shop still gets all the credit.
Although he is skilled in mounting every animal, Chriss specializes in fish. He can get them mounted in amazing record time simply due to his lengthy experience in mounting them over the years. He can do fresh water, cold water and salt water skin mounts as well as fish reproductions.
When working with the average bass, Chriss can skin six to twelve a day and get them in the pickle. Once tanned, he goes to work mounting them on the forms. He can stop there and let the shop owner finish out the rest. Or, he can continue to finish them out ready to paint. Or he can paint them too. The turnaround is very fast and he guarantees satisfaction.
For shops not currently taking fish, he offers the opportunity for them to expand and thus serve more customers. He helps them to grow their taxidermy businesses.
Chriss the traveling wholesale taxidermist can set up a rotation cycle with shops to come in periodically and do the fish they have taken in. The shop owners only have to handle them twice. Once putting them put in the freezer, and later handing over a finished product to the customer.
It only makes good business sense to offer as many taxidermy services as possible, including fish. Birds, game heads, alligators, snakes, mammals, predators, you name it, he can help get the work turned out pronto.
Taxidermists don’t have to send the animals off to another place risking loss, damage, or sub-standard quality. All work will be done in their shops, under their supervision, and up to their standards.
Chriss is available for appointments. He lends a hand at very affordable wholesale rates. He has references available.
He requires a minimum of 10 days work unless other shops in the area also hire him. He encourages taxidermists to tell their friends. His prices are subject to change without notice. Some of his fees are negotiable under certain circumstances.
The information in this article was submitted by Chriss Reese.
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