I started out as a teen in my
father's construction supply and equipment rental business
in Louisville, KY. At age eighteen I moved to Bowling
Green, KY to attend Western Kentucky University. While
there I supported myself by peddling equipment off of an old
pink book mobile. Two years later I joined the US Air
Force where I was a jet engine mechanic. After the
service I continued to sell and service construction
equipment until 1983 when Chain Saw World was established.
All together, I've been in the business around forty years.
During the past nine years I've been selling parts through
the internet. I have sent parts to France, Germany,
East Africa, New Zealand, Canada and most US states,
including Alaska. Besides attending business classes
at WKU and being an Air Force mechanic, I've completed
service schools offered by Husqvarna, Echo, Kholer,
Kawasaki, Onan, Wisconsin, Poulan, McCulloch, Shindaiwa,
Briggs & Stratton, Tecumseh and Tanaka. As a public
service, I've conducted service classes for the city of
Bowling Green parks and recreation staff.
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