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Discussion in 'Network: South' started by yardmanlee, Oct 20, 2005.
any of you guy's in virginia roanoke, salem area ?
give me a shout
Im about an hour south and east of you, lil spot in the road called Gretna....1/2 way between Lynchburg and Danville
I was wondering if any one was close, was begining to think they were all near richmond or va beach
Won a contest one time. First prize was a week in Gretna. Second prize was two weeks. Just kidding! Love your area. Good folks.
is there much buisness up there in floyd or do you do most of your stuff in c/burg
and b/burg ?
LOL yep Gretna is a big place, it might take a week or two to do it all. Naaaaaaa we are just a sleepy lil town with 1 stop light and the streets roll up @5pm but I dont care to live any where but here. Things here are still about like Mayberry, the town on the Andy Griffith show. About the only thing the police do is hand out an ocasional speeding ticket and catch some illegal whiskey at times. And everyone knows who you are and your family history.
not that roanoke is a big town that where i was born and raised now i reside in salem just a tad bigger than gretna I think or it could be a tie !!!!
but I like the smaller towns. most of my clients are in roanoke s.w.
Salem is a big metropolis compared to Gretna, our population is about 1200 people
Just getting started in the lc buisness live in roanoke and work in salem
welcome to the business where are most of your client located,
reason for asking Im looking at giving up a couple in the brandon rd. area
or the possibility of trading a few