Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'General Industry Discussions' started by J&R, Apr 5, 2007.
I don't I got feedup with people calling looking for a cheap price.
For me its, "Hey man, I'm right here beside you at the light... uh... ya'll hiring?" To which I reply, "Maybe, when will be a good time to meet with you for an interview?" They follow up with, "Uh... I'm not really lookin for a job, I just need ya to sign this paper for my unemployment check."
And to think... I, or should I say, We pay taxes for this?
So its different when they get your name from a phone book or ad?
In NY the name must be on the vehicle door along with the DOT #. So unfortunately you can't get away from stuff like that. I have never had a problem though.
Check with your state's department of motor vehicles. Most states it's the law to at least have a company name on a commercial vehicle.
NJ you have to at least have the company name on the truck.
Its the Law.
I could go on a rant, but I wont. lol
i mounted 2 clown cows on truck and we see people looking at cows then they look at sign on doors best advertising there is
Are they looking at the clowns IN the truck, or ON the truck? LOL
Just had to say it!!
thats just not right, its funny as hell though. hey if it works run it