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Old 10-07-2013, 08:30 PM   #15
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5 years is a real success story Winnebeater. I went through all neccesary licensing so I'm covered. I wouldn't ming getting some of that NJ money and California money but I'll never put the unit on the road for that type of drive. Gas mileage wouldn't even permit it.

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Old 10-07-2013, 09:13 PM   #16
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I wouldn't ming getting some of that NJ money and California money ....
I think you misinterpreted my intent. I was just suggesting that educating yourself on the legality of your new business venture would be wise, but it sounds like you have already done that. As for California money, it was not so good, our economy was hit real hard in California. Over 40% of my paying clients were gone in a matter of 90 days after the housing crash. Towards the end of the five years I was working 12-16 hour days and losing money. Success story.... I think not. I wish you luck in your endeavor, and like the floor plan it looks well thought out.
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Old 10-07-2013, 09:21 PM   #17
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Money was not so good, our economy was hit real hard in California. Over 40% of my paying clients were gone in a matter of 90 days after the housing crash. Towards the end of the five years I was working 12-16 hour days to lose money. Success story.... I think not.

I wish you luck in your endeavor, and like the floor plan it looks well thought out.
Sorry to hear it dude. Texas wasn't hit so hard but I know a lot of people in different places who got canned. I've been demoing it for two days now. I'll post those too. By the way, the inverter suggestion was a great one. I'm looking into the one you suggested.
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