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Old 10-27-2011, 11:30 AM
dontsayit_sprayit dontsayit_sprayit is offline
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Join Date: Oct 2011
Location: Philadelphia, PA
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Getting the customer

I am currently working for a company that sprays commercial and large hoa sites. They are very successful, and have grown immensely. I have been able to learn alot and perfect my skill. Unfortunately, there isn't alot of room to move up. So i am looking to go on my own.

I'd like to tap into the residential side of things for now. That seems the easiest (safest). Ive been doing alot of research on products, equipment, ect. One truck and spray rig. Trying to keep overhead at a minimum.

**My roadblock - how do I build the clientele list?**

There has to be a better way then the flyer with removable phone numbers on the board at the back of the local convenient store. The good news, I like where I'm working now. So I can continue to do that while I'm trying to start my own thing (keeps the pressure down). Im trying to officially start up spring 2012.
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