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Discussion in 'Network: South' started by Lacebark Boy, Sep 8, 2003.
Oklahoma landscaper would like to talk to others in the area!
OKC NW side here
Piedmont huh? Your just down the road from me!
Do you do a lot of work in Edmond? Growth area for sure in piedmont.
NW Oklahoma and Edmond area for me! You would think that Edmond was saturated but there is still a lot of business!
from a Bama alum and new Sooner fan !
Our 2 game series has made me a Sooner fan, even though I of course wish the games' outcomes had been reversed !
Get ya another National title !
We are gonna rise again !
Yup! Tulsa and Claremore area
I need a new wholesale nursery in OKC to buy from.
Have you tried Valley Tree Farm at Melrose lane and council rd. in N.W. OKC? They are one of the more popular wholesalers in the area. Also I do a lot of brush hog mowing and tractor work and if you run across some opportunities I would appreciate a phone call. 405-740-7943 or 405-373-4576. How did you like that texas game last week? Lacebark Boy.
Well guys I'm not what you would call a Sooner hater but I perfer OSU, but none the less all is good in OKLAHOMA. I'm very new to this business in a commercial fashion. I'm going to try and do some side jobs to kinda help supplement my regular job as a firefighter. I'll probablly just try and do residential lawn's. Not much commercial business in my area. (i don't think ?) I will look foreward to a response. (about the OSU thing) Fire Fighters " Find'em Hot, Leave'em Wet
watch out for osu, we are on the rise!
Yes & we are looking for some part time help at our local car dealership if you have any players interested. LOL
Good luck this season.