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#508169 - 06/26/19 12:00 PM Hoosier Pond Pros
gregory Offline

Registered: 07/28/18
Posts: 45
Loc: IN
I just wanted to give Scott Schillig at 'Hoosier Pond Pros' a shoutout. I bought a PondLyfe 1 aeration system off him last month and was extremely satisfied with the way he treated me during the course of our transactions. He took the time to personally answer all of my questions about the system and ponds in general through several Emails and phone calls. I have local professionals comparatively priced who did not give me the feeling that they had my best interest at heart like Scott did. Also a shoutout to Pond Boss for hooking me up with him.
This is my first time using a aeration system and its in an older 1 acre pond. Ive read tons about them but really dont know what to expect visually. Im looking forward to new discoveries.
Greg R

#508178 - 06/26/19 01:31 PM Re: Hoosier Pond Pros [Re: gregory]
Quarter Acre Offline

Registered: 06/10/16
Posts: 1626
Loc: West Central Missouri
I agree, Scott sure wants to help the customer out while remaining competitive in the market.

Hat's off to Hoosier Pond Pro's.
Fish on!,


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