Friday Taylor and I went to the Boston Red Sox game with the Seattle Mariners at Safeco Field in Seattle.
Compliments of Pacific Plumbing Supply, and sponsored by Rheem Water Heaters, American Standard, and a few others. Sorry the other brands escape me.
We met at the Pyramid Brewery across the street for food an refreshments, where I was able to have some lively discussions with the American Standard Representatives. Vice President Tom Santer had come out from New Jersey to work up his Wholesale Sales and Strategy promotion.
I was there with one of my favorite wholesale suppliers. I buy a lot of my American Standard and TOTO from them.
Tom Santer of American Standard in the black shirt
Tom was well aware of the forum here. He knew all about the letter from their lawyer, so after that we had a good old fashioned "East Coast" discussion of it.
Long story short, they may fly me out to New Jersey, if I don't come back, will someone tell my family?
I did ask about their kitchen sink line too. I needed a safe topic. Is there a really great kitchen sink besides Stainless that anyone is selling now?
Someone needs to come out with a killer kitchen sink line that isn't stainless and doesn't break dishes.
Scott with the sun glasses on his head.
I was supposed to go with the son I work with, James, invited by Scott from Pacific.
Scott comes to a lot of Jamie's gigs around town when his band plays. He's one of the guys that we buy from.
Taylor Love wearing a team uniform from a softball team that I sponsor.
My youngest son Taylor had a good time, he loved all the food, you do when you are still growing like he is. He talked to the American Standard reps about his upcoming trip to Boston to check out Wentworth Institute of Technology where he's been offered some scholarship funding. My older brother James had gone to school across the street at Harvard before going to Princeton in New Jersey.
Earlier in the week, Taylor had played on my son Jamie's softball team, first time for that at eighteen, he's growing up.
The last time he played was eight grade in Pony League.