The WB Ring of Trust is a group of whip makers with integrity. Their goal is to create transparency, reliability, and the best customer service available.
A big, new project. With great whip makers. Just see for yourself...
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As you know I am extremely picky when it comes to new members for the Ring of Trust. Well - after a long time, we now have a new member. It's our Jessie. Jessica Edwards from Sui Generis whips. I was from moment one on very critical on her work and I told her more than once that she can do better. Ask Jessie... Now I have nothing to tell her what she could do better. She found her own corner with her art and practice whips. All the other members of the Ring of Trust agreed to take her in. Every single one! And now - the Ring of Trust is alive, kicking and still sets standards for whip makers in terms of quality, customer service and - probably the most important thing at all... - trustworthiness.
I have a screwdriver. I am Legend...
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You have done well.
It's ok if you disagree with me.
I can't force you to be right.
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- Joined: Tue 21. Apr 2015, 11:37
- Location: South Mississippi, USA
Purely wonderful!!!!! Welcome, WS!!!
Inch by inch.
Scott A. Cary
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I'll give it a try, Dad, but it's going to be really hard...kind of like trying to saw something in half using a banana.
Sven van Leeuwen
That's amazing. Congratulations Jessie! You deserve it. Your work is beautifull and outstanding.
Sir Roger Tuson
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- Joined: Mon 30. Dec 2013, 14:35
- Location: Letchworth, Hertfordshire, UK
Congratulations, Jessie, well deserved.
Think for yourself, act for everyone.
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- Joined: Thu 23. Jan 2014, 16:01
- Location: Red River County, Texas
Congratulations Jessie! This is a much deserving honor. Your work is beyond unique.
He died for me, I'll live for him
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- Location: Wisconsin, USA
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