I was recently approached by U. S. Maintenance, apparently they have the snow plowing contract for all of the Rite-Aid pharmacies in New Jersey. Just wondering if anyone has done any work with them, and if they pay. Thanks
maybe all of you SIMA boys should stay at that site and all others will look here. I think it is foolish that you pressure a guy into joining SIMA to get an answer to his question. that is not what the forum is here for as i understand a forum to be.
i guess you are referring to me indirectly. I do have a few osts and never filled out a profile ....don't think it is necessary ...I read these forums to get helpful info , but when there is an issue I feel I need to address I just type it. I guess if I had a profile and a lot of repliesand was a member of SIMA , then that would be ok with you?
Doesn't matter what I think.... I'm just a poster here.... just like you. Nice thing about a forum like this... we're all equals.
You do what you think is right. I accept people as they are, not what I (or others) think they should be..... although I do think you missed the point of most of the posts contained in this thread..... just my opinion, for what it might be worth.
Either way, I have no intention of breaking the reasonable rules that we are all asked to adhere to - as others herein have already tried to convey.
OK, Uniscape, your tone is becoming more snotty as we go along. Since you seem to have some manner of problem with what SMG (which, as an entity, has NO status here on this board)does, please expand on your accusations so we can all understand what the issue is.
All I can see is that you are somehow taking shots at JAA as the head of SMG, which is totally irrelevant to anything happening in this thread.
Boy, some of you plowMEN are really getting pissy to each other lately. What's the matter, too much overhead and not enough snow?
I enjoy reading this forum, and the petty bickering takes away from the integrity of this site. Do you really think that manufactuers of snow equipment will take our comments seriously when you belittle and insult each other?
I regard plowMEN as an honorable profession, America's road warriors, and all of you in that catagory. Do you know any other profession that grows strong while its members try to jam each other? If you want to be paid as a professional, act like it, otherwise, get into some other field where backbiting, ridicule and moodyness is the norm, like maybe lawyering.
Say did you hear the one about the lawyer and the plowman...