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RAVE-neil at cabin fever is the man!

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Neil rules he helps me out everytime i go in there with my bow. I just had some arrows made by him and he always goes out of his way to help me with setting up my bow. I am fairly new to bowhunting and he has been a huge help.

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They are a great shop for sure.

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The whole bunch of them at Cabin Fever are the top of the heap. Jeff, Neil, Dawn, Seth, Bubba, and the rest of those guys, are just the best. I have pretty much resolved myself to shopping there for everything I need. The customer service you'll get there is second to none. When it comes to archery anything--they are the best around, and you are absolutely correct--Neil is the man!

He has helped me quite a bit lately as well. I would be hard pressed to shop anywhere else for my archery supplies after the service and help I have received from Neil, and everyone else at Cabin Fever. When it comes to customer service--there simply isn't anybody in town that can beat

em'.

Tom W

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It must be an awesome shop, I have heard nothing but good things. My Dad will occasionally stop there and says it's a very nice shop.

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