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Discussion in 'Trucks and Trailers' started by newguy123, Dec 21, 2012.
This topic has been to death!
I was saying that it's a package deal, everything is important, not just a clean rig, that is only part of the equation. Obviosly, quality is right at the top of the list along with superior service.
well I guess I was saying I'd put a clean rig at the bottom of the list, if even on the list.
There are hundreds of companys around me that also do great work. Its cut throat out there. You have to stand out. Having clean equipment, trucks, trailers and uniforms are very high on my list. Acting and looking professional is important to me.
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It's definitly on the list! and your running a professional organization it's near the top.
Oh lets start a thread on washing equipment.
I never thought of that one...
I would have to say a 7. I think appearing neat, maintained, and clean is more important than new and loaded with money. I drive a somewhat humble rig, yet I have awesome customer retention and gain plenty of new work.
we can but from the day I purchase a mower it never sees any water except rain water from getting caught working in the rain.