First in a Series of Storefront Area Product Features
Posted by Christopher Burnett on
Welcome to the first area/product feature for Burnett Farm Toys, LLC storefront/showroom. The three pictures featured below are of the display cases at the checkout counter area. These display cases will contain older/hard-to-find 16th scale pieces along with odds-and-ends items. A lot of these items are ones from collections that do not get posted to the website. If there is anything you are interested in, please feel free to call or email, and I can give you pricing and information. As we sell these one of items, this area of the store will change from time-to-time depending on product availability. While I do not work with 16th scale custom pieces, we are hoping in the future to begin carrying these, and they will be displayed in this area of the store, as well.
We continue to post new items to the website. Please feel free to check back for those items.
We will be attending several farm toys shows in November. Please check out our Toy Show page on our website for those shows. If you are in the area of a toy show, please stop by those shows, as we will be glad to see you!
As I mentioned, our storefront/showroom is open Mondays thru Thursdays by appointment. If you stop by without scheduling an appointment, and my vehicle is here, there are instructions on the door to call me, and I will be glad to let you in. Set storefront/showroom hours are Fridays from 9am to 6pm and Saturdays from 9am to 3pm.
We would like to thank everyone for your continued support of Burnett Farm Toys, LLC. We hope everyone stays safe and healthy. Thank You Very Much, and Lord Bless!
~Christopher Burnett, Owner
P.S. The “Clampets” ship pallets. As you can tell from the saying we at Burnett Farm Toys, LLC normally do not handle pallets. However, Greenlight does not drop ship cases as First Gear/DCP does. Therefore, we had 8 pallets of Greenlight product arrive the day before the Grand Opening of our storefront/showroom. A lot of this product gets wholesaled to other dealers across the country, including two pallets going to a dealer in the northeast. This is out of our normal realm of shipping. I borrowed a pallet jack from the farmer down the road to move the two pallets for wrapping and preparing them for shipping. The pallet jack had not been used since harvest of last year and was froze up! (Did not move at all!) After oiling, greasing, and hammering we gave up on the pallet jack, and figured it was time to consult a professional for repair. We may not always know what we are doing, but we keep trying just the same. Variety is the spice of life!