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Pacforest Supply Company is located in the Pacific Northwest and owned by Forestry Forum member BradMarks.

Pacforest Supply Company was established in 2000 by Brad Marks. His idea was straight forward; offer a forestry supply company run by people who are experienced in forestry. Brad's career started with the U.S. Forest Service in silviculture. In 1976 he left the government to start a forestry contracting company which he ran until 1997. During that time he and his crews did every type of forestry activity and used most of the equipment he sells today. That has made a big difference. Just as important, Brad firmly believes that good business, customer relationships, and friendship go hand in hand.  It's a very simple philosophy gained from many years of experience.  So give him a call, tap his expertise, share a story, even place an order if you like!  And always, keep on smiling!

  I'd personally like to thank Brad and his company for stepping up to help support the Forestry Forum and its members. In return I'm hoping we can all make a push to get behind Brad and Pacforest and support and promote them.

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Welcome to the Forestry Forum Brad and Pacforest. We appreciate your support. I'm getting ready to look at your website and I'll betcha I find a toy or 2 that will interest me.
Again.welcome aboard.

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I checked out the site. Looks good. Welcome Pacforest Supply Company to the forum.
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Welcome to PacForest.
I see on the website that the "Bailey" news is coming out soon.
Any connection to Bailey's, another FF sponsor?
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No connection. Bailey - part Aussie, part Corgi, is the CEO in training, taking the place of Cody, now retired.

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Corgis and Aussies are smart dogs.  Bailey is going to be a brilliant CEO. :)
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Welcome BradMarks and PacForest.  I will have to check you guy out, being almost "local".  Thanks for supporting the Forestry Forum!!
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Welcome to the Forum and thank you for the support
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Thank you for being a sponsor! 
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welcome  and thanks for becoming a sponsor of the forestry forum.
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   Welcome aboard and thanks for the support! 8)
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Welcome to the Forestry Forum, PACFOREST SUPPLY COMPANY, and Thank You for becoming a sponsor.   8)
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Good to have another supplier on the West side of the divide.  Welcome, and thanks for being a sponsor!
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Always glad to have a supplier out on the west coast.  Might save a bit on shipping too.

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Welcome to the forum and thanks for becoming a sponsor.
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Thanks for sponsoring the Forestry Forum, we are glad to have you here!

Gotta see what Pacforest Supply Company is all about!

Thanks again!
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Pacforest Supply Company,
Welcome to the forum. It's nice to have more sponsors that deal in the things we all love to deal in. Thanks for sponsoring the forum, and I look forward to dealing with you in the future.
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Welcome Pacforest. Always nice to see another sponsor on the site.
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Howdy Brad, and welcome, I noticed the Add this morning and thought it looked new.  Best wishes to your company.
only have a few chain saws I'm not suppose to use, but will at times, one dog Dolly, pretty good dog, just not sure what for yet,  working on getting the gardening back in order, and kinda thinking on maybe a small bbq bizz,  thinking about it,

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