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Old 05-02-2010, 12:32 PM   #41
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Old 05-02-2010, 12:37 PM   #42
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Oh the irony....looks like the big guy's checking out the sign though.
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This is our job site sign and vehicle door magnets...
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This is one of our 14' trailers- just got it done the other day... what do you think?
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mowed it clean off the page looks like... I like the simple designs, black and white. keeps the cost down.

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Here's my yard sign...I did mow the lawn the following weekend.
Uh, where?
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Most of my work is in and around the Tallahassee Florida area...this job is in the NW section of town close to Lake Jackson on "easy" street. It's been interesting tearing down the one side of the duplex that burned down and dealing with a second insurance company to make the repairs on the other side.
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im surprised warner doesnt have the festool logo incorporated somehow
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One of my mail out postcards. Details are on the back.

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looks good on a web site, would be hard to read while driving past it. if your truck is black it would look really cool on the door.
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Just got these. I always liked the KISS idea in advertising......
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Too busy maybe???
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Hard to sit & read it all, Imagine driving by at speed limit
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I buy the cheap corrugated plastic signs with wire frames. $20 each
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