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Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by Billz, Oct 14, 2005.
Anyone have a snowplowing image I might use for a postcard?
You might go to google image and search snow plowing. Tons there... but I am sure some of these may be from websites of other snow movers.
will give lots of options in b/w and color. Match your lettering on the post card with the color on the snowflake.
Concise, cheap, and informative!
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Would you want anything like this? Clip art?
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I'm sure if you went to Western's site or someone elses, there are probably some cool shots. I don't think it would be all that great of an issue to use a pic like that. It is a plug for them as well. It's not like they are going to sue you, or anything. You are a small time guy out earning a living. At the MOST they would give you a "cease and desist" letter (not that that would ever happen)...big whoopy.