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Cleaner Times

Randy Borio

New member
So someone on this board got his article published in the new issue of Cleaner Times. I won't embarrass him by mentioning his name (D.J.) but I will say WHAT A GREAT ARTICLE. Just goes to show that hard work and being willing to take a risk can pay off at any age. I wish I had done the same when I was just a pup. It's tough being an old dog learning the new tricks!!!
 

Rick Petry

New member
... I wish I had done the same when I was just a pup. It's tough being an old dog learning the new tricks!!!
Randy,

Its not that hard, even when your a bit long of tooth. Started a wood restoration business at 48, going stronger than ever at 56.

Age and experience has a lot of advantages when starting a new business.
 

crispy crittr

New member
Awesome. Does anyone have a link to the article?
Florin,
You need to renew your subscription to Cleaner Times. The article won't be linked up for at least a month.
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October Issue
Selected articles are posted thirty days after the print version is published. For the most recent information:
Table of Contents for Current Issue
Reader Service
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Stay safe & hydrated,
Chuck
 

Jeff LeCours

New member
Florin,
You need to renew your subscription to Cleaner Times. The article won't be linked up for at least a month.
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October Issue
Selected articles are posted thirty days after the print version is published. For the most recent information:
Table of Contents for Current Issue
Reader Service
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Stay safe & hydrated,
Chuck
Hey Chuck, where did you come up with the name Crispy Critter?

Thanks for Cleaner Times, the only magazine for our industry and its really top notch
 

Randy Borio

New member
Randy,

Its not that hard, even when your a bit long of tooth. Started a wood restoration business at 48, going stronger than ever at 56.

Age and experience has a lot of advantages when starting a new business.
Yeah I know, it's that young bull old bull thing all over again.....How many of you know that one?:cool:
 

Rick Petry

New member
Yeah I know, it's that young bull old bull thing all over again.....How many of you know that one?:cool:
Randy,

We no longer have many bulls or cows here in NJ. Subdivisions threw them out of state. What is the young/old bull story?
 

crispy crittr

New member
Hey Chuck, where did you come up with the name Crispy Critter?

Thanks for Cleaner Times, the only magazine for our industry and its really top notch
Jeff, thank you for the compliment.

I came up with "crispy crittr" (no "e") by combining a nickname my son Chris had in high school (Chris P) and added crittr. Wasn't, or isn't, that a cereal? I don't remember why I left the "e" off.

Stay safe & hydrated,
Chuck
 

Jeff LeCours

New member
Jeff, thank you for the compliment.

I came up with "crispy crittr" (no "e") by combining a nickname my son Chris had in high school (Chris P) and added crittr. Wasn't, or isn't, that a cereal? I don't remember why I left the "e" off.

Stay safe & hydrated,
Chuck
LOL They call me Jethro some times,I don't know if I ever want to eat a cereal that has the word Crittr or Critter in it :headshakesmile-fast Critters always remind me of Granny & Ellie Mae on Beverly Hillbillies and possum LOL

But really the Cleaner Times just seems to get better, many more interesting contractor stories all the time and some good biz stories along with everything else. Thanks and good job to your crew!!!

Chuck are you going to be the one at the Orlando convention? Met Jim before real nice guy, hope to meet you
 

crispy crittr

New member
Chuck are you going to be the one at the Orlando convention? Met Jim before real nice guy, hope to meet you
I will be the one in Orlando. We did meet a few years ago in Myrtle Beach when the CETA PowerClean convention was there. It was out in front of the convention center. I believe we shipped our booth to you and you brought it over for us.

Stay safe and hydrated,
Chuck
 

Jeff LeCours

New member
I will be the one in Orlando. We did meet a few years ago in Myrtle Beach when the CETA PowerClean convention was there. It was out in front of the convention center. I believe we shipped our booth to you and you brought it over for us.

Stay safe and hydrated,
Chuck
We'll meet again then. COOL I remember now, the mind is the first thing to go LOL
 

crispy crittr

New member
Its one of those things when a person comes running up to you and you have no idea who they are.. "Oh yeah hey! How YOU doing?"
Caller ID is a wonderful thing. At least once a month I answer the phone and the person just starts talking. So while carrying on a conversation with my "best friend" I am using the phone number to do a search in the data base. Works about 75% of the time.

This does not count the people who get right back to you after leaving a voicemail. I should remember those after just a couple of minutes.

Stay safe and hydrated,
Chuck
 

Douglas Hicks

New member
sweet can't wait to see it

Some kid wrote the article, seems he does know of what he speaks. Of course if he was really smart, he would try hood cleaning. Then he would stick to the easy stuff, like flat work.

Nice job, we expect even more of you now.
 
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