I know , I know that’s an old story but I still want to ask your opinion. Remember I’m asking today when recession , market is down, etc... I had a customer today a young man in his middle 20 ( I think ) he brought a wedding picture 20 by 24 and ask if he can frame it for $120 . Also he had something to stretch but we even didn’t open it. I said yes and showed him a metal frame that he didn’t like and he choose one of Larson’s and guess what - it was around $400 job with a mat and a glass. He was so surprised that he said – “ I know what I’m getting into now – I’ll talk to my wife and probably will be back “….. Now I’m thinking - the young people are not in a custom framing ( at least in my area ) – most of my customers are about 40 and up . May be I should find a way ( tell him that I can do that frame because I have a stick in the inventory so it will be cheaper for him, or something else doesn’t matter ) so I will make $50 on his wedding picture .Plus I will stretch another picture….. So I will educate him - he didn’t like metal so he has taste …. In this economy I may try harder instead of wait for my customer. What would you do .?? BTW I’m pretty loaded with work – it’s not that I have nothing to do – this is just about young people and economy….