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Old 03-06-2012, 10:47 PM
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Nope, they have "decided not to make a change at this time" but want to stay in touch... but I did land a 1,700 and a 1,000 in the last couple of weeks so don't cry for me. The plan is working, I just hired a field superintendent to free me up from the day to day stuff so I can focus more on sales and business development. Set some pretty lofty sales goals for the year. I figure I'm about 3-4 years behind Jim Lewis, not a bad place to be especially given the state of the economy. Congratulations again!
Hey, that's nothing to shy away from. That's great. The way your going you will probably surpass him. I don't think his resi's are of the dollar amount yours are. He's a good guy. Thanks again Dave. Sorry if I asked you this before, but have you guys completely ditched your Tru-cuts?
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Old 03-06-2012, 11:12 PM
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They are still at our office but they don't get out much.
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