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I live fairly modest, single story brick home with vinyl soffits and metal fascia. Not all that big, in a simple neighborhood. Standard Florida carport rather than a garage....4 sprayers in plain view... 65+ gallons of leftover paint next to the carport awaiting a dump run, huge truck full of ladders and paint buckets with rollers sticking out in the driveway... you get the picture.

WHY IN HELL WOULD SOMEONE DROP OFF A CARD FOR A PAINTING COMPANY???!?!? Gads I hate that.. get a clue.
 

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It was just a card in the paper box.. nice card I admit, but.... even my 12 year old knows better. ;) Prolly was just some college kid paid to get rid of X amount of cards. Still..... drives me nuts, would be like me dropping off a card for pressure washing at some dudes house with a trailer and a huge water tank on it/chems/washer/etc parked in the driveway.
 

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The poor guy is asking for help. Just too shy to come up to the door and knock. Call him and get the story, might be interesting. Just my 2 cents, I guess the computer age got rid of the cents symbol, as i can't find it on my keyboard. Happy painting, Paul_R. :detective:
 

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You know, on every job I have my guys drop about 200 to 300 doorhangers. I specifically tell them to never, ever put one on a house that has a "coatings pros" sign in the yard. On the other hand, I do tell them to put them on the doors of people who are obviously painters. Why? Because I could possible do their overflow work and at the very least I am letting them know I am painting their neighbors house... :whistling2:
 

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Benn

I heard you liked my card
 
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