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Looking for work in Northern NJ!

Discussion in 'Employment' started by CoreyjCarm, Oct 9, 2005.

  1. CoreyjCarm

    CoreyjCarm Junior Member
    Messages: 1

    Looks like this year winter is going to be the worst it has ever been. I just recently got my jeep wrangler and am looking to work for a company to do some snow removal. Any employers looking for help?
  2. lawnboy30

    lawnboy30 Member
    Messages: 53

    Plowing Work

    I may be looking to hire a few people. PM me if you are still interested.
  3. gt2002gt

    gt2002gt Junior Member
    Messages: 6

    looking for work North Jersey....

    My friend and i did some light plowing last year. We are both looking to get back into it this year. I sold my truck at the end of the season last year an looking for a new one. I need to know i have work for it before i buy it!! let me know if you need any subs + the rates for subs with an 8ft plow. also if you need more help my friend has a smaller blazer with a 6 1/2 ft western he also was looking for some work. my aim sn is gt2002gt or email gt2002gt@optonline.net Hope to hear from you soon thanks evan
  4. lawnboy30

    lawnboy30 Member
    Messages: 53



    Send me a PM and let's discuss. I will be looking to hire someone plus shovelers if you know of any.
  5. gt2002gt

    gt2002gt Junior Member
    Messages: 6


    i have no idea why but the site said im not allowed to send a pm. Sorry but if u can e-mail me my address is gt2002gt@optonline.net
    hopefully we can work something out. Thanks Evan
  6. tonylillo

    tonylillo Senior Member
    Messages: 115

    I am available in passaic cty 7.5 ft new fisher plow, 2007 dodge 1500. I can be reached at 201-294-1723 if we can discuss.

    Thanks, Tony