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Old 10-01-2013, 05:49 PM   #1
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Smile Hi guys, painter looking for work. Easton(Palmer Twp), PA

My name's Dennis(D.J.), I have 7 yrs. painting/home maintenance experience. I recently moved to Easton, PA from Jersey. If anyone in the area is hiring or might know someone who is, please feel free to contact me. I have a resume available upon request. Thank you.
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Old 10-01-2013, 07:03 PM   #2
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My name's Dennis(D.J.), I have 7 yrs. painting/home maintenance experience. I recently moved to Easton, PA from Jersey. If anyone in the area is hiring or might know someone who is, please feel free to contact me. I have a resume available upon request. Thank you.
Gday Dennis

Im Looking for some help . Preference is a painter who also knows the art of cookng on a weber : ) as it is Wednesday Morning i guess you could say im from the future so we may have
A time traveling dilemma ?
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Out in Oregon myself so a bit out of your range but welcome to the PT all the same.
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Welcome Jerzy boy. We operated in the Lehigh Valley / Stroudsburg area up until last year. I don't know if these companies are hiring but I'll point you in the right direction.

The biggest outfits in the lehigh valley are Gordon Bennett, Sobrinski Painting, and Stirling Painting. Each of them employ around 20 painters and would have the best chance of hiring at this point of the season.

I can also recommend three companies based out of the stroudsburg area that I personally know the owners and they have stand up companies.

1. Professional Wall-Coverings located in Brodheadsville.

2. Frantz Painting in Stroudsburg

3. Pocono Painting in Stroudsburg

They have been around for a while and have low employee turnover which is hard to accomplish in this business.

Good luck hope I helped, PM me if you need more info.
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Im Looking for some help . Preference is a painter who also knows the art of cookng on a weber : ) as it is Wednesday Morning i guess you could say im from the future so we may have
A time traveling dilemma ?
G'day Ben
I meet those requirements and will look you up when in Sydney.
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I meet those requirements and will look you up when in Sydney.
G'day CD

If you ever make it to OZ and if you visit Sydney let me know : )

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