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Old 08-27-2012, 10:41 PM   #21
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No, seriously, just:

Wallcovering Installations
Bill Archibald

with all my contact info.

But if you own a business with a large crew, I could understand your name (after all the company info) followed by "owner". Just so they know YOU are the man.

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Originally Posted by daArch View Post
being a solo,

My card reads "My boss is an asshole"

and on the flip side it says, "my employee is a douche and is getting fired tomorrow"
I've always heard Massachusetts has strict "truth in advertising" laws.
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For those of you whot do alot of restoration work you should put
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