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  1. The former execs and managers at Ranger most likely had signed a non competition agreement as well as a non disclosure and had to wait an agreed upon period of time before they could return to the boat business.
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  2. As David stated, this is not a Ranger product. Forrest Wood has not owned Ranger for quite some time although Ranger did use his likeness up until 2014-2015 I believe. The only ties to Ranger that Vexus has is that their upper management all came from Ranger when Johnny Morris bought Ranger, Triton and Stratos (fish Holdings LLC) from a Private Equity firm. As stated by David, Keith Daffron is Forrest Woods Grandson but there are more family connections to the wood family then just that I believe.
    2 points
  3. Sometimes i just can't get over how we are railroaded by these telecommunications giants! We live in an area where our only realistic option for Television and internet is Bell! I have been subscribing to Expressvu for 13 years since moving here and pay almost $128 per month for a bunch of crap that I never watch.....just so that i could get a package that contains WFN (World Fishing Network). This month, they decide to abandon WFN for something they call the "Sportsman" channel. Unfortunately they dropped a whole lot of the fishing shows I watched, and substituted with a bunch of hunting shows! Nothing against hunting, but it is not my thing! They don't even have WFN available at any price!! I could of course download the shows on YouTube, but unfortunately, they limit us to 40GB of internet data for $60.00 per month! That is the maximum I can get (20 GB for $50 + $10 more for the second 20GB) Third world countries are getting better service for less money than we get in rural Ontario!! It is not like I live in some remote bush area, but right on a major highway! I am so sick of taking this abuse by these companies. Our Bell Bill for home phone, TV, Internet, and one cell phone is over $340.00 per month! My wife has a cell phone that is on another bell plan. Sigh.........I need an advil!
    1 point
  4. Most Affordable Bass Boat Ever?!?! Vexus Bass Boat Demo!! - YouTube
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  5. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZPeUzqSyHeI
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  6. Vexus is located in Flippin AR same as Ranger but is definitely not a Ranger product although many employees there are former Ranger employees!
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  7. Love what they've done with Vexus! The president is Keith Daffron who in Forrest Wood's grandson, Forrest is the founder of Ranger boats! Can't wait until they introduce their glass line!
    1 point
  8. I've been following Vexus on Instagram and YouTube for quite some time. Not to mentions some other boards who have a dedicated sections on them. Their transom looks indestructible. Definitely looks like a very well built boat but I would expect nothing less considering who the major players in this company are.
    1 point
  9. Zero editing, actually took this with my Samsung S8+ off PH in Sept.
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  10. 834089735_FrenchRiverFireSunset.jpg
    Beautiful sunset on the French River, the deep colour is partially caused by the smoke from last years forest fires. (Parry Sound 33)
    1 point
  11. Had Bell all my life, close to 50 years and dad had 40 years service when he retired from Bell. Last Fall we decided to cut the TV service completely, only phone and Fibe Internet to remain, I call , press 1 for English, LOL, get some overseas call centre and some heavily accented , barely understandable English and explain I want to cancel about 90 bucks of TV service. Short story, because I don't have 3 services bundled anymore I loose a bunch of discounts and they recoup about 50 bucks of the anticipated savings I thought I would get. I get POed , loose it , probably said some things I shouldn't have, call Cogeco, get a Canadian and work out a deal for unlimited internet, think it is a 60 gig connection, home phone retaining my present number , bunch of features and unlimited calling US and Canada long distance as my wife is from Florida and my stepdaughters and grandkids are there and 1 in Oregon, all for $104 a month, going to $140 or so after the year honeymoon is over, better than around 200 with Bell for basically the same package. Between an android box and Cyberflix, 15 bucks for an IPTV package and the Toshiba TV in the livingroom does chromecast for the laptop sitting on the coffee table for youtube, we get all the Leafs, Raptors and Jays game, morning and evening news on CHCH and watch just about any show that was broadcast in the past 20 years. Home is now Bell Free ?
    1 point
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