Whites Electronics is currently working on a new website and when it’s finished it’s going to be a dandy. The new “Support” page is very cool and I especially liked the “Check Your Repair Status” option. Another nice touch? The “Adventure” page.
Anyway after exploring all the new features I came upon a link titled “Event Sponsorship”. It stated….
“If you’re having a club hunt, treasure show, or looking to do a review or giveaway on social media, please fill out the form below. At White’s Electronics we try to give back to the metal detecting community as much as we can. The more info you can give us the better your chances are of getting approved.”
Being somewhat bored yesterday I decided to have a little fun. I filled out the form and sent off the following…
Having a “Dick Needs Wine” event in September and hoping you can help. Shirts should be extra-large and blue (wine spills won’t show as easily)… would also like an MXT Sport detector for myself and a Coinmaster for Digger, my dog. He’s a turn on and go guy.
Other than that you can send wine. I love Cabernet Sauvignon, Bordeaux and I am a big fan of French wines (hint). Of course if that is asking too much, Thunderbird is fine.
Thanks so much for your help. The wine rack is almost empty.
This morning I received the following response….
We have received your request for metal detectors and wine. Unfortunately at this time our own supply is running dangerously low, so much so that we have started in on the “Franzia”.
As far as detectors, we can dig what you’re asking for. As for the pooch – company policy is that, unlike our detectors, we do not discriminate. It can be difficult to pinpoint exactly which detector is right for a person. A canine is no different, but we were hoping to offer a small nugget of advice. We are currently working on a new DFX aimed at this demographic (Dog Frequency, inaudible to humans). Knowing the company’s development pace, I would assume it should be ready in 120-360 months. If Fido has access to a cryogenic chamber it might be worth the wait.
The MX Sport is currently “on hold” while we address a manufacturing issue. But we can gladly offer you a free book titled “In Search of Treasure.” The author knows what he is talking about, though his name eludes us at the moment…
Media Guy at White’s Electronics”
Sheesh, you might think I was asking for the world!!
The Public Gets to Dig Like Archaeologists
ANOTHER THILTZY WINNER
Sure you all know how much I like treasure hunting videos (or don’t), but Todd Hiltz seems to have a way of changing my mind . Here’s his latest.