Ordered mine today. We need to avail ourselves of this opportunity.

cloyd vanhook <cloydvanhook@yahoo.com> wrote: I spoke just now with Kamran Rouhani, the head of AEC. I had e-mailed him and asked him if he would confirm that he has an offer to sell his entire inventory of donuts to a vendor who would in turn sell them at 10-15% less than Beech�s price. If so I�d like to let our BAC members know.

He said that he does have such an offer. In fact he may have more than one. I also asked him how many sets he�d ordered and how many he�d sold.

He said his initial order was for 350 sets. [A set is eight discs, enough for one gear leg. Each plane uses three sets.] He said he has only sold about 27 sets so far and his break even point is somewhere around 150 sets.

I thought the vendor might be trying to buy the donuts at a discount from his price. But they have offered him the price he�s selling them for on his website. http://www.aec-inc.com/ The vendor would make his profit by marking them up to just under Beech�s price.

Kamran said he does not want to sell the whole inventory to another vendor. He�d prefer to help us. But we need to help him.

Guys and gals this ain�t about charity. If you want or need donuts and you don�t want to pay at or near Beech�s price you�d best step up while they�re available.

Some have asked why doesn�t BAC buy the donuts. Do the math. 300 sets @ $360 per set = $108K. That�s about five times BAC�s annual revenue.

Cloyd Van Hook
President, BAC


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