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Looking for experienced Mechanic/sales folk

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Bob the Builder
Aug 24, 2004
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In the cleavage of the Tetons
Any of you wrenches out there ever considered moving to the Tetons?
A very cool little shop in Victor is looking for at least one experienced mechanic for a really chill shop job.

The shop also is a high end ski/snowboard shop as well, so skills with that would be welcome. Customer flow is mellow, and the shop is central to Teton Village, Grand Targhee, Teton Pass, and the Big Holes.

Help with finding housing possible. Shop currently carries Santa Cruz, Gary Fisher, Iron Horse, Phat, Armada, 4Front, Unity, Nidecker, Lib Tech, Burton, etc.
Come live here!


And ride here:
http://www.tetonfreedomriders.org/

In the meantime, check out this thread, great photos:
http://www.tetongravity.com/forums/showthread.php?t=89535











EDIT:
Check out the video in the link....great ending![/QUOTE]



PM me for details!
 

BigMike

BrokenbikeMike
Jul 29, 2003
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Montgomery county MD
I don't want to work anywhere that uses PinkBike ;)


Looks sweet, but I don't think the lady would move for a shop job....unless you are paying $50k or more..... :(
 

ire

Turbo Monkey
Aug 6, 2007
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C'mon, people...don't y'all know at least one wrench who is looking to live somewhere super-sweet, and live the dream?

Think of all those dudes in yer shopz...
Are you paying moving costs? Last time I checked uprooting costs a good chunk of change and being a mechanic didn't pay that well
 

CRoss

Turbo Monkey
Nov 20, 2006
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The Ranch
I think the moving is tax deductible since it would be for work. Then again no one really moves to be a bike mechanic.
 

ire

Turbo Monkey
Aug 6, 2007
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I think the moving is tax deductible since it would be for work. Then again no one really moves to be a bike mechanic.
Its deductible, but you're still out the cash...just don't get taxed on it