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Bairns Office

Posted: Sunday 07th 2010f March 2010 09:54:44 PM
by buzzkillington
http://www.bairnsoffice.co.uk


looks a real smart site :D
it was that presentation thing before the game, did anyone get a flyer ?

even stole the wee boaby symbol off it :P

saw that they have a megaphone on the site ;) plan for the south stand :P

Re: Bairns Office

Posted: Sunday 07th 2010f March 2010 10:04:39 PM
by Olaf Thom
Image


I don't like the product
I don't think its a viable business

For that reason, I'm out.

Good Luck though :D

Re: Bairns Office

Posted: Sunday 07th 2010f March 2010 10:10:30 PM
by Kiddy
At least Boaby Bairn's a bit more like it than the stupid Fox.

Re: Bairns Office

Posted: Sunday 07th 2010f March 2010 10:29:53 PM
by buzzkillington
would be a good idea to have that as the mascot instead imo

Re: Bairns Office

Posted: Sunday 07th 2010f March 2010 10:58:51 PM
by RAP
Site looks pretty good. Plenty of choice. Searches not bad especially the ink search. I will use if I need anything as the club benefits. Why wouldn't I?

Re: Bairns Office

Posted: Monday 08th 2010f March 2010 08:02:25 AM
by kent brockman
buzzkillington wrote:http://www.bairnsoffice.co.uk:
The club earns commission on every sale made via the web site

Really impressed with the launch yesterday.

Good luck to them.

Re: Bairns Office

Posted: Monday 08th 2010f March 2010 09:57:26 AM
by Back Post Misses
Olaf Thom wrote:Image


I don't like the product
I don't think its a viable business

For that reason, I'm out.

Good Luck though :D
Stoke City started this seven months ago and their supporters have really bought into the concept and a significant volume of business is now being done on the site. Hopefully Bairns will do the same.

Re: Bairns Office

Posted: Monday 08th 2010f March 2010 10:12:57 AM
by Sir Jones
One of the most rediculous business ventures I've seen the club take. Doomed to failure in my opinion but good luck to them anyway.

Re: Bairns Office

Posted: Monday 08th 2010f March 2010 10:15:47 AM
by RAP
Sir Jones wrote:One of the most rediculous business ventures I've seen the club take. Doomed to failure in my opinion but good luck to them anyway.
Have you looked around the site?

Why would you not use it if there were products on there you were purchasing elsewhere? I assume you have a printer at home that needs cartridges and paper?

Re: Bairns Office

Posted: Monday 08th 2010f March 2010 10:42:49 AM
by Sir Jones
RAP wrote:
Have you looked around the site?

Why would you not use it if there were products on there you were purchasing elsewhere? I assume you have a printer at home that needs cartridges and paper?
I didnt say there was anything wrong with the site, it's very functional.

Why would I not use it? Because I could get cheaper elsewhere basically. But Im sure there are a few out there who will be happy to do business through it.

As for the home printer - yes it does need paper and cartridges but thats what the works office supply cupboard is for...

Re: Bairns Office

Posted: Monday 08th 2010f March 2010 11:37:57 AM
by Merlot
Sir Jones wrote:
RAP wrote:
Have you looked around the site?

Why would you not use it if there were products on there you were purchasing elsewhere? I assume you have a printer at home that needs cartridges and paper?
I didnt say there was anything wrong with the site, it's very functional.

Why would I not use it? Because I could get cheaper elsewhere basically. But Im sure there are a few out there who will be happy to do business through it.

As for the home printer - yes it does need paper and cartridges but thats what the works office supply cupboard is for...
A good example to set - if you want something steal it from your employer!

Sir:I hope your employer reads this and takes the appriopiate action regarding your confession.
I for one would not like to employ someone whom I could not trust implcitly nor whould I like to work with someone whoose intregity is brought into question. Even to joke about obtaining goods dishonestly is beneath contempt.

Re: Bairns Office

Posted: Monday 08th 2010f March 2010 11:44:33 AM
by RAP
Sir Jones wrote:
RAP wrote:
Have you looked around the site?

Why would you not use it if there were products on there you were purchasing elsewhere? I assume you have a printer at home that needs cartridges and paper?
I didnt say there was anything wrong with the site, it's very functional.

Why would I not use it? Because I could get cheaper elsewhere basically. But Im sure there are a few out there who will be happy to do business through it.

As for the home printer - yes it does need paper and cartridges but thats what the works office supply cupboard is for...
So you have done an extensive comparison?

Re: Bairns Office

Posted: Monday 08th 2010f March 2010 11:48:52 AM
by Sir Jones
Merlot wrote: Sir:I hope your employer reads this and takes the appriopiate action regarding your confession.
I for one would not like to employ someone whom I could not trust implcitly nor whould I like to work with someone whoose intregity is brought into question. Even to joke about obtaining goods dishonestly is beneath contempt.
:lol: :lol: :lol:

Re: Bairns Office

Posted: Monday 08th 2010f March 2010 12:23:01 PM
by buzzkillington
Sir Jones wrote:
Merlot wrote: Sir:I hope your employer reads this and takes the appriopiate action regarding your confession.
I for one would not like to employ someone whom I could not trust implcitly nor whould I like to work with someone whoose intregity is brought into question. Even to joke about obtaining goods dishonestly is beneath contempt.
:lol: :lol: :lol:

what you laughing about jonesy.. he is your employer ;)

Re: Bairns Office

Posted: Monday 08th 2010f March 2010 02:44:07 PM
by Bairn_O_Falkirk
You'd rather have a giant baby as our mascot than the fox?

We'd look like a bunch of paedos

Re: Bairns Office

Posted: Monday 08th 2010f March 2010 03:38:09 PM
by Ranaldo Bairn
Maybe it's a Bairn.

Anyway, I'd have gone down the Badger route - instead of a fox for sure. Maybe we can have a new club badge that incorporates one.

Re: Bairns Office

Posted: Monday 08th 2010f March 2010 06:48:33 PM
by buzzkillington
Bairn_O_Falkirk wrote:You'd rather have a giant baby as our mascot than the fox?

We'd look like a bunch of paedos
its a bairn, exactly, it has more meaning than that fox, plus the badger would be black and white so it puts me off

Re: Bairns Office

Posted: Monday 08th 2010f March 2010 09:56:45 PM
by pillpusher
buzzkillington wrote:
Bairn_O_Falkirk wrote:You'd rather have a giant baby as our mascot than the fox?

We'd look like a bunch of paedos
its a bairn, exactly, it has more meaning than that fox, plus the badger would be black and white so it puts me off
Correct about the colours.

Although a Navy blue and white Badger would have worked.

I liked the "Bairn" character from the Falkirk Herald.

Re: Bairns Office

Posted: Monday 08th 2010f March 2010 11:07:29 PM
by whf falkirk
Sir Jones wrote:
RAP wrote:
Have you looked around the site?

Why would you not use it if there were products on there you were purchasing elsewhere? I assume you have a printer at home that needs cartridges and paper?
I didnt say there was anything wrong with the site, it's very functional.

Why would I not use it? Because I could get cheaper elsewhere basically. But Im sure there are a few out there who will be happy to do business through it.

As for the home printer - yes it does need paper and cartridges but thats what the works office supply cupboard is for...

canny really see his dad sackin him. the dick

Re: Bairns Office

Posted: Monday 08th 2010f March 2010 11:18:54 PM
by Sir Jones
:lol: What a banger!