Your Support Will Allow Boatworks Today To Continue And Grow!

Boatworks Today isn’t how I make my living, but I want to move in that direction! Since 2004 I’ve owned / operated a custom repair shop (which is my bread and butter). What makes this difficult for me is that making these videos takes time; a LOT of time (and expense)! Video equipment, hosting fees, general overhead, materials, planning, maintaining websites, etc. quickly add up to a significant amount of time and money.

I want to grow this show far beyond where it is now, but in order to do this it will require a lot more ‘hands on’ time from me. There are only so many hours in a day, and the only way I am able to do this is with your help! Your support would allow me to focus more on developing new content and aspects of the show and less about keeping the lights on and putting food on the table.

By supporting this show (whether it be through purchases from my store (launching at the end of June 2015), donations, or Patreon) you’re allowing me the flexibility to create content that not only may benefit yourself, but also others that may not be in the position to offer assistance monetarily; somewhat of a ‘Pay It Forward’ if you will..

My video’s reach thousands of people all over the world that truly want to learn. I really enjoy being able to connect with people and hear how they were able to complete a particular task / project and make it look awesome! Something that they are proud of 😉 Personally, I find this much more rewarding than doing a job for a single customer.

It’s because of the support from awesome viewers like yourself that I’m able to provide this free content! Without you, there would be no show :-/

Thank you!

~Andy Miller

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6 Responses to “Your Support Will Allow Boatworks Today To Continue And Grow!”
  1. Frank Peter says:

    If I click the link to shop it brings me to the Amazon homepage. If I search for your shop, I, it can not find it. How do I find your shop? Or can you ask, inquire, who does your website to place a direct link to the products you sell? Thanks

    • ~Andy ~Andy says:

      Hi Frank, I don’t have a “shop” per say; basically when you click the link on my website it should take you to Amazon with a form of code in the address specifying that it was my link that brought you there. At that point it’s a matter of shopping as usual and amazon keeps track of purchases allowing me to get a small percentage of the sale 🙂

      I am going to be starting an actual online store by the end of the month for BWT merchandise. Shortly after that I will also start adding repair materials to the site.. I’ll be sending out a notice informing everyone when I take the store live..

      Hope this helps! Thank you!

  2. Michael says:

    Hey Andy, I saw the store and looked at getting some SWAG. Just to let you know the drop downs for selecting the desired options didn’t work for me until I typed in the first letter of the option (e.g.. C for Cherry, etc.)
    Also want to say thanks! I just finished some repairs to my boat, couldn’t have been done without your videos. I looked at a lot of instructional material but it was soon evident that you had the best methods and presentation out there.

    • ~Andy ~Andy says:

      Hi Michael, thank you for the kind words :-). The options in the store site seem to be a little picky depending on the browser being used. I just did an update, when you have a chance please let me know if this fixed the issue. If not, let me know what browser your using! Thank you!

      • Alex says:

        Andy, thanks for your videos.

        Looks like the problem is in style.css line 217: color: inherit;
        It inherits white color from body. So you get white on white for select options.
        You can remove the line #217 from the style sheet or define a color instead of inheriting. This will fix the problem.

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