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Old 01-11-2013, 03:55 AM
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Thanks 8ricky... I think that is great advice. I am sure I will be screening jobs that are just to much for the solo, and they will maybe be passing up jobs that are just not worth the time of the larger more established business. As I am sure the customer likes you saving them time on trying to find another reliable/quality business that suits their needs. Always a good idea to be friends with the big dogs, vice versa. You never know when when one hand can scratch the others back, for any reason. That is just good business practice sense, all around.
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