Category: eCommerce

Another Post on Price Matching

Should websites price match?

2016 Salomon Sick Stick 156 Snowboard

View this post on Instagram #free 2016 Salomon Sick Stick 156 #snowboard – read up on pnwverse.com A post shared by Jin Lee (@jin411) on Sep 14, 2018 at 11:18am PDT #FREE #SALOMON #SICKSTICK It pains me to do this (again) but it’s time…

2014 Monument District 153 Snowboard

View this post on Instagram More #free stuff. A 2014 Monument District 153 #mnmnt #snowboard Read up on pnwverse.com A post shared by Jin Lee (@jin411) on Sep 12, 2018 at 9:32am PDT #FREE #MNMNT It pains me to do this, as this board…

Canon DSLR and Skylab Gimbal

View this post on Instagram Throwing this out there but if anyone has any friends, kids, nieces and nephews that have shown interest in photography / videography, let me know via DM, would like to give these away as a gift. #skylab #gimbal #canon…

2018 SkiBonkers Wraps Up

View this post on Instagram Livia showing the boys. I guess she’s regular footed. #snowboarding A post shared by Jin Lee (@jin411) on Sep 5, 2018 at 10:31am PDT The 2018 SkiBonkers has just completed. Now it’s time for cleanup. It’s great to be…

Price Match

I’m not sure if other individuals who work in eCommerce dread this type of phone call as much as I do, but the toughest questions to answer are regarding Price Matching. Most shops and retail stores will offer to price match, but with many…

The Case for Shopping In-Store

The company I work for, Sturtevant’s Sports, is celebrating their 31st annual Progressive Sale right now. This week, a lot of the ski and snowboard products are 40% off. In-store. That’s right, the prices are only discounted in our retail stores. Why, you might…