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06-11-2011, 07:57 AM
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Originally Posted by Canadiens1958 View Post
If the stadium cannot do figure skating chances are that they offer a run of the mill service. The elite sharpeners in the Montreal area, the sharpeners that will draw a radius that covers multiple arenas with competition do the other skating related sports.

If the hockey specialty stores in the area that sell skates do not offer the "10 free sharpenings" deal with each pair purchased there is an opportunity. Even if they do and the job is done by clerks who are not consistent, long term it will work as long as quality work is done at your end.
Like madmutter said, you have to be good if you get into sharpening, we all seem to agree there. Actually, there are no hockey or sports shops around, so aside from the rink the only option is Sportchek an hour away in Corner Brook. The more I think about this the more I think there is a market for it.

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