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I am really interested inpossibly going into a career involving working on bows. Its a long ways off but i still want to start early. There is a local pro shop, Blevins Archery, owned and operated by Mike and Dana Blevins, and i was wondering if it would be rude to go up to the shop and maybe asking if i could do a little work there. I wan to learn how to service bows and do all thats stuff. But i think it might be rude to just come up and ask them. What do you guys think?
 

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Worst they could say is NO. I wouldn't think it would be rude. Tell em how interested you are and would like to just help out in the shop. Don't look for $$ just lessons and to sit in on some experience hands at work.
 

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I'm with MoBowman on this one....couldn't hurt to ask.....

Good luck and don't be nervous...if it is meant to be, they will say yes!
 

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Never hurts to ask!! :pop::pop:
 
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