You guys are what makes this job worth doing
I started doing most of this work because my wife needed someone with mechanical skills to work on her machines, and keep them running for production orders. However, the reason why I continue to do the work is because of great customers.
A new one contacted me last week and I made the first visit to their shop yesterday. An excellent group to work with and I'll be doing a full-shop service for them next week. I'm not listing names/businesses because unless otherwise told, I tend to keep business's information. Unless two customers could work well together.
In other news, I am looking for anyone that I have done work in the past to shoot me over any testimonial if they think I did good work. These testimonials may be used on flyers or on my website. I am also offering up listings for regular customers on my page for anyone who may be willing to collaborate with others in the same industry or who are willing collaborate with others. A few of my regulars have made good connections with other people through my ability to network, and I hope that mutual business will always bring more work for everyone.
Alright, I'm back and off to do more work!
"The sewing machine guy of NC"
In case anyone is wondering about the name, it was kind of thrown out there by happenstance.
A while back I started returning phone calls by saying, "Hey, it's Nash Page, the sewing machine guy..." and most people took to introducing me as that to their friends and colleagues. So...here we are! There's a few "Sewing Machine Guys" out there in the world, but none (that I could find) in NC, let alone the east coast. So, that's where the name came to be from.
New blog, who dis?
Hello everyone! Here is where you will likely find all sorts of random posts and adorable creatures. Usually involving cute animals that "help" me with my work, unique machines, fun machines, maybe some before/after shots of restoration machines, and the general mayhem I find amusing or that happens to me!
I try to avoid being serious as often as I can because it takes a lot of the joy out of life. You'll often find me to be stoic, but that doesn't mean that the mechanical parts of my head are still.
Everything can be an adventure if you're willing to look a little deeper than the surface.
Here's a picture of my shop cat:
Your sewing machine guy:
I am a Jack-of-Most-Trades that was roped into working on sewing machines, and managed to find a knack for it. I love hilarity, fixing things that are broken, video games, dogs, cats, most other creatures, and sleep. Especially sleep. On here you'll usually find tidbits about recent visits or ADORABLE CREATURES THAT LOVE ON ME WHILE I WORK. There may be ancient machines, there may be unique machines.