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I will work for free! Kentucky

Discussion in 'Employment' started by Blackk5350, Dec 6, 2008.

  1. Blackk5350

    Blackk5350 Junior Member
    Messages: 12

    I would like to get some experience this winter plowing snow. if you live around louisville,ky i would be happy to give you a hand at night plowing snow. Heck i will just ride around with you if you want any company talking about the buisness. im not crazy im 19 and currently in college. just shoot me a pm! thanks guys
  2. JDiepstra

    JDiepstra PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,780

    Man at least bring a shovel and get paid a few bucks to shovel the walks while the guy driving does the driveway!

    It's great that you are willing and wanting to learn though.
  3. tonybands

    tonybands Member
    Messages: 31

    Riding shotgun sucks!
  4. wkahler

    wkahler Senior Member
    Messages: 250

    Can't PM because your to new..................need your e-mail address or something for people to contact you good luck!!
  5. coldcoffee

    coldcoffee Senior Member
    Messages: 776

    Actually, one of the smartest things I've heard a youngin' say on here...If your serious about learning the business. If I may suggest, First qualify the company, so your not just wasting your time w/ some yahoo. Try maybe contacting a mid to slightly large operation, and offer to assist any way you can. Like it was mentioned, offer to clear the walks or fill a hopper spreader...better yet learn to run the salt truck. Hang out at their shop and learn how to service the equipment as well. At some point if not from the start, you should get paid something for your time, even if it is discounted. I see so many new guys just jumping in completely green each year and then they have to learn too many things the hard way, not to mention the expenses that are incurred in the process of them taking a loss. Many set themselves up for failure before they even get started :cry: If you do it right, you can gain more knowledge in one season than what could take several years for someone who's completely green and still never learn how to make any money...just my 2 cents.
  6. Blackk5350

    Blackk5350 Junior Member
    Messages: 12

    thanks guys. yeah i guess if they end up PUTTING ME TO WORK BIG TIME than i will request a few bucks. i really just want to learn though. if it takes me getting dirty cleaning equiptment than so be it. i love trucks and stuff with motors so i think i found my calling. i posted on the lawnsite to. i have benn throwing around the idea for a year or two i just want to start NOW!
    email is thecrunkness@insightbb.com dont ask about the name its a long story.ussmileyflag
  7. Soutern Indiana

    Soutern Indiana Junior Member
    Messages: 6

    Sent you a email
  8. Dailylc

    Dailylc Senior Member
    Messages: 226

    If you don't mind driving 2 hrs I'll show you the ropes.
  9. Blackk5350

    Blackk5350 Junior Member
    Messages: 12

    thanks but icant drive that far.
  10. TEX

    TEX Senior Member
    Messages: 606

    lol sounds like something i would say a few yrs back
  11. kubotazd21

    kubotazd21 Member
    Messages: 73

    Got plenty of work. All I need is a little snow. I will keep your e-mail Scott
  12. Snow-Con

    Snow-Con Member
    Messages: 72

    I said something similar to a guy recently, so I can't make any smart ass comments.

    Good for you. Don't value your learning time too low though...unless you have to.

    I was lucky that way.