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Old 06-17-2009, 04:30 PM   #1
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Hello, my name is Jason and I am a contractor in Georgia. I have been in business for going on 7 years. I specialize in residential paint and finish carpentry. With times the way they are I am lucky to be working as well as employing 3 others. Just wanted to give a little background and say hello. Jason
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So your a carpenter by trade?
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My trade is painting and finish work. Your funny.
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Looks like you have already made some friends!
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Welcome bud.

So by contrast are you a painter by trade then?
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Looks like you have already made some friends!
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No kidding and right off the rip.


A little more background info for all that are interested. I started working with a friend and his wife 12 years ago repairing and painting house's. They had a great little gig going. This guy was able to work 30 plus years without ever paying a dollar for advertising. All word of mouth and referrals. We hardly worked for anyone we didn't know. Then he hit 62 and opted for his early social and handed the business over to me. I wanted to grow and manage more business so I opted to advertise and promote myself. Its a good thing I did because alot of our old customers started dying off(not kidding) and I wanted some new customers to be as happy as the old ones and pass my name around and tell new people how happy they were. Good thing because I went over a year with only a handfull of calls from my advertising and only landing a couple. I am thankful for the work I have on the books and I know my guys and there families are as well. All the best, Jason
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"What is your paint related field or trade:"
"Remoldeling Contractor"

I'm getting lost in the details

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Lost, what brand of paint do you use?
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Lost, what brand of paint do you use?
Is this a test? I feel regardless of the answer you aint going to like it so I will leave you guessing.
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No, that one you have to answer or reply button will cease to work!
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Welcome Jason,

You're walking into a forum that still has a few frayed nerves after a little flare up that we mods decided to let go as a relief valve for some excess built-up gas.

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No! Lost i was just wondering. No test here.
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